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Tag Archives: traction
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
Browsing (as one does) I came across a New York Subway site with this excellent picture of a Pacific Electric PCC car at an unknown, but very modellable location. (OK, New York site, PE picture, does not compute….. but it’s still … Continue reading
I recently came across David Milburn’s layout on the web. His layout is unusual in that it: Is traction, a model of the North Shore (CNS&M) interurban out of Chicago. Is in ‘N’ gauge. Is British. It’s also very, very, … Continue reading