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Whilst we’re on holiday this week, I’ll repost the all-time top four posts on the blog. Still the most popular post is this one trolley layouts. If it’s so popular, why don’t we see more layouts??? Again we need a … Continue reading
I am still processing my Ally Pally photos, so I’ll be blogging those from next time. For today, here’s 80 minutes of travel on the Chicago interurbans. Useful for USA prototype modellers as it shows the backs of properties backing … Continue reading
No inspiration today – my brain resembles this incident on the Chicago elevated – or perhaps it is just an ESNG running night? Nice bit of Health and Safety, though, especially the hard hat….
I’ve found the modelling mojo on the low side recently – a mixture of Christmas busy-ness, cold weather, and too much NGSE exhibition planning I guess. However, I hope to have some workbench pictures to show soon – I’ve been … Continue reading
As I write this, I’m looking at a large black box parked in the lounge, and waiting to go into the loft. What could it be? Kuritu. At our 2017 show in April, I noticed that Ian Milroy had a … Continue reading
This post has always been popular, too…. A good, if rather conventional, place to start with interurban layouts, is the conventional branch line. Some electric railroads were no more than a branch line in total. Others, like the Pacific Electric, … Continue reading
As I’m in Stuttgart this week, I thought I’d repost the three most popular posts since I started blogging three or more years ago. I’ve updated them a little, too. One difference I note from starting blogging – I cut … Continue reading