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Nick Falconer posted this on NGF, but it bears repetition – especially for the amazing vertical fiddle yard. Ladies and gentlemen, please don’t try this at home….. American based, but a good primer on freight yards…. British Railways, 1959 style…. … Continue reading
Although we might not miss the service provided by Virgin Trains, their April Fools Day japes took quite a lot of beating! 2014 From the Daily Mirror: It seems Virgin Trains are big film buffs in their spare time. In honour … Continue reading
In case you missed it on RMWeb – $2,000,000 worth of damage, and that’s just to the cars. Now, this would be a challenge to model?
Sad to see, Kerr’s Miniature Railway is closing after 85 years. It has been a feature of Arbroath’s seafront since 1935, but there has been a decline in visitor numbers over the last decade. Hopefully, the rolling stock will find a … Continue reading
And to quote the late, great, Jimi Hendrix – “Still raining, still dreaming!” Another cold rainy day. Here are photos of Blackpool North one of which was taken from Sainsburys Cafe opposite station. Yes, it’s a real British seaside holiday…. … Continue reading
Yes, it’s been raining! Went down to breakfast this morning and sat in a sea front window to watch the rain coming down. Weather improved during the day but I went down to town for an early evening meal and … Continue reading
Searching for the only place in the country that Boris allows us to travel to, Ron decided on a quick trip to Blackpool. I can’t resist quoting Jethro Tull from 1971 (I was still at school – just – and … Continue reading
Brian sent me this excellent link to a Chinese narrow gauge coal line. The trains are on their last legs and the tracklaying is even worse! No doubt now long gone. However, the surroundings are a charming mix of the … Continue reading
Good call, Ron, getting out and about when we were all melting at home! After days visiting family and friends and a planned quiet weekend I did one last journey today as the weather was hot and sunny. Travelled up … Continue reading