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Slowly does it

After looking at my bits box and thinking about what I could add to the little loco I dug out a footplate and fuel cap detail part. 148 more words


Getting Back Into The Game

First off, I apologize for being delinquent when it comes to posts.  Life has been busy and I haven’t had a layout available for operations due to placing my train equipment into storage while we attempt to sell our house.  671 more words

B&M N Scale

Sketchy work

As a creative, I find it impossible not to scribble on a piece of paper when it is in front of me. Thanks to my over-active imagination and inability to repress my over-active mind I find that my best ideas come out when I’m busy working on something else. 384 more words


Pondering a new micro

Rummaging through my bits box recently revealed some interesting items I had nearly forgotten about. A micro SPDT switch I use for polarity switching and a left-hand 009 Peco turnout. 230 more words


Planning 'Oxcroft Junction'

‘Oxcroft Junction’ was never going to be a big layout, mainly because it merely depicts somewhere that is pretty small in the first place but also because I have very little time and funds for a larger one! 263 more words

N Gauge

Why a blog...

Well I thought I’d set up a blog for my US HO modelling as both modelling US HO and writing blogs are both completely new to me I thought that this would both help me and others that care to read it. 106 more words


Figured Out

Well, following a trip to the Festival of Railway Modelling at Alexandra Palace this weekend, I have almost the last items I need to complete my layout. 460 more words

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