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Some inspiring shots of Waterloo station from this site. In 1912. Wonderful locomotives, and short trains. In 1964. Green electrics and looks like a rebuilt West Country 4-6-2 departing. In 1971. Blue-grey coaches and Warship diesels. But note hoe the … Continue reading
In my earlier ramblings about continuous layouts, I missed out one excellent example, and a concept for such designs. Chris Morris’ Little Aller is based on Aller Junction in Devon in the early sixties. The area of the layout is … Continue reading
I keep returning to Bembridge, on the Isle of Wight, as a near perfect small branch line terminus. A scale model fits within 4′ in ‘N’ gauge. And with the beach directly to the left, a sea backscene would be … Continue reading
Another day out on a preserved railway. Allan reports: Sunday 20th of May was the last day of the 1940’s weekend at the Kent & East Sussex Railway. It was an over cast morning but the sun came through about … Continue reading
As a PS to our day on the Mid Hants Railway, here are the photos that Phil sent me. More evidence that I was there! And an interesting article on the iconic HST 125 units. I rather liked the comments: … Continue reading
Here we go again. Back at Arlesford and running around. Phil has signed his life away on a piece of paper to say that the Mid Hants Railway Ltd is not responsible for anything that happens to him whilst he’s … Continue reading