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I’ve seen this stunning layout at a couple of shows, and taken a few photos to post, but having seen these videos it’s worth another look. The layout is in HO (3.5mm ft) scale but is 12.26mm (scale 3′ 6″) … Continue reading
I was surprised at just how many trams there were in the tram shed, all available for operation. They come from all over the UK, and a few from Europe, including this Berlin tram…. And one, if I remember rightly, … Continue reading
A week’s holiday with Maxine for a reunion of old Hong Kong friends started in Milton Keynes, where we stayed for the weekend and caught up with three lots of friends and family. However, any keen railway enthusiast will track … Continue reading
Recently I came across the site for Blacksmith Books, who publish a lot of Hong Kong and SE Asian books. I couldn’t resist this one: And the ‘blurb’: For more than a century, trams have plied their trade along the … Continue reading
Ron is on his travels again, off to the German Christmas markets, and to do a lot of shopping – it’s a bit early to stock up for Brexit, Ron! As usual, he’s sent back a record of his trip. … 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
As I carry on digitizing my slides and old family photographs, I continue to come across pictures I never knew I’d taken. Not least these two very smart Toronto PCC cars, taken on a 1995 visit to Maxine’s family. I’d … Continue reading
An interesting little video on the BBC website, as we come up to the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima atom bomb…. One of the few remaining trams which survived the Hiroshima bomb has been restored to commemorate the 70th anniversary … Continue reading
This is one inspiring photograph for urban detail. It comes from John L. Mathis’ site, and he kindly allows one to reproduce his work with acknowledgment. The Los Angeles PCC cars were narrow (3 ‘ 6″ I think) gauge and … Continue reading
And so to Vienna. It was really too hot to wander around hunting trams, but I did get a few shots….