Just what you need for your layout
According to national statistics the first Monday in February is the day when people are most likely to pull a sickie. One of the factors attributed to this is the first payday since Christmas, meaning people have been out celebrating all weekend with a particularly heavy one. Another theory is that people have a tendency…
— Read on stephenliddell.co.uk/2019/02/06/national-sickie-day-good-and-stupid-reasons-to-take-a-day-off-work/
All of the buildings for Thomas and Sons have roofs and I decided to put them on the layout to see what it looks like. The photo at the beginning of the blog is the ‘operators view’ and the photo below is a close up. As you can see, things are coming together 🙂
— Read on 009adventure.blog/2019/02/07/its-coming-together/
A massive 13 members turned out yesterday evening, even without the Cha(I)rman, who had gone missing. As the treasurer commented, ‘I didn’t know we had that many members!’ As for the trains, it was ‘Hallo Kitty’ time, as Paul’s latest bullet train had arrived. Lovely model, but not convinced about the colour? Business as…
— Read on esngblog.com/2019/02/08/esng-meeting-7-february-2019/
Had the honour of judging Croydon Model Railway Society’s modelling competition last night along with Greg Marshall, Chairman of Beckenham & West Wickham Club.
Some nice models and congratulations to all who took part.
Thank to Croydon MRS members for making us welcome.
Looking back over the last month, it seems amazing that I actually walked 125 miles despite being unable to do very long walks because of my ankle. For the most part, the walks have been shorter and more local but there have just been more of them 🙂 ! I have also cycled the best…
— Read on thedorsetrambler.com/2019/02/05/in-the-winter-woodland/
Three planning applications for sites in Bedwardine Road have been submitted by Brick by Brick (which is 100 per cent owned by Croydon council) to Croydon council for their approval – or otherwise. But NO Brick by Brick application has, so far, ever been rejected by any Croydon council planning committee The revised plans show…
— Read on newsfromcrystalpalace.wordpress.com/2019/02/01/bedwardine-road-development-plans-submitted-no-policy-requirement-for-brick-by-brick-to-provide-affordable-housing/
More to come I bet ☹️
Does anyone remember? Anderstaff Yard
Here are some shots of layouts I took at Longfield last weekend in Black & White
Simply edited on my iPhone.