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Milepost 34: Irish Creek Railway

We almost missed it, even though we were looking for it. One of the guidebooks had listed it, but there wasn’t a signpost saying it was at this pull-off. 355 more words


Terrier progress

Able to snatch an hours modelling today.

Progress on the Terrier is slow but at least it is starting to look like one.

Cab completed plus bunker rear and coal rails added (superglue is wonderful stuff). 22 more words


Kuranda, and My Cowardly Get-Away in a Gondola

He had salt and pepper hair and a beard equally speckled with grey. He wore a safari outift, an akubra, hiking shoes and ankle guards. A digital camera was tucked into the strap of his backpack, but he also sported a chunky DSLR around his neck. 1,400 more words


The Alresford Bypass (1985-6)

Construction work on the Alresford and Bishop’s Sutton Bypass started on 17 June 1985, and the official opening of the completed road took place on 17 December 1986. 675 more words


Thameslink work at Horsham Station

As part of the huge Thameslink upgrade currently taken place there are works taking place at Horsham to make room to park six 12 carriage trains overnight. 16 more words