Rosamund Street (Low Level) Sidings
Came across Rosamund Street on RMWeb. Only 5′ long in 4mm scale (plus sector plate and fiddleyard, but a very attractive design. It also contains the classic ‘Inglenook’ shunting puzzle. The builder describes the concept:
As a trainspotter in the late 60s and early 70s the ultimate aim was always to ‘clear B.R.’ But, sitting in a BRUTE at Cardiff General logging Westerns and Brushes would never achieve such an ambition.
“If you want to clear BR, you need to get the shunters” extolled my spotting mentor, Doug. So, instead of undertaking lone wolf shed bashes to Birmingham (for Bescot & Saltley) or Manchester (for Longsight, Newton Heath & Reddish) I joined a local railway society that ran weekend coach trips to such out of the way places as King’s Lynn, Westhouses, Northwich and Frodingham.
A browse through my 1971 and 1972 locoshed books would show my Brushes (now…
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