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These pictures popped up on my Facebook feed. They are full of fascinating detail, from the 1930’s – 1950’s, I guess. They aren’t attributed, so apologies, as ever, if I have posted something with a copyright attached. The first is … Continue reading
A happy and blessed Christmas to you all. May the coming year be far, far, better than 2020 turned out to be! And here’s a little something to build over the holiday…. Or this? And here you are just before … Continue reading
In tier 4, wondering what tier 5 would be like! I’ll be taking a few days off from blogging over Christmas. Short of ideas, but that pile of plywood in the loft is still calling. Please note, in 2040, there … Continue reading
No, I’m not starting to model French metre gauge lines…. But these three books couldn’t be resisted €12 each. Full of lovely pictures, including those very French railcars. Makes the average ‘Pacer’ look like a Rolls Royce…. Modelling postponed yet … Continue reading
Picking up on some odds and ends from the club….. I finished the last post with a shout-out for the Magic Roundabout. Phil promptly emailed me….. The Magic Roundabout! Oh, my goodness, me! I was in love with Florence! Phil. … Continue reading
FineTrax parcel should arrive today. In the meantime, here are a few inspiring photographs. As ever, apologies if I have missed the copyright on these. West Croydon station in Southern Railway days. This station had an interesting layout, and pre-grouping … Continue reading
Exactly….. With most of us, they’d be bored out of their minds…..
This came up on an RMWeb thread. I recall seeing Teddy Boston’s layout in the Model Railway News back in the 1960’s. It’s a very respectable bit of modelling for that era, and he also build a delightful model of … Continue reading
A sign for the times? I’ve been throwing things out, and I expect that I’ll need them next week….. London Bridge lines in the 1930’s. An inspirational shot….. An interesting branch terminus on the Reading, NE USA. The baseboard shape … Continue reading