A New Year, A New Layout
Things have been rather quiet on this blog in January. Yet, behind the scenes there’s been a whole lot of thinking going on.
I have an idea for a new layout. Here’s the inspiration behind the idea.
A Little Bit of Railway History.
Shelford is a small village about 3 miles south of Cambridge and has had a station since 1845. On the 1st of June 1865 a branch line from Shelford to Haverhill was opened. This branched off the London to Cambridge main line just south of the Shelford station, near the small village of Stapleford. It ran through Pampisford, Linton, Bartlow and into Haverhill. Initially, the line ran close to the River Granta along what’s sometimes called the Granta Valley.
On the 9th August 1865 the section of track…
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