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Crewe Works Narrow Gauge – Steve’s 009 and 09 Adventure

It was my birthday recently and my present was this book on the narrow gauge system in the Crewe railway works. It’s a really enjoyable book. The history is well written and the photos are very interesting, particularly the superb images of the interior of the iron foundry. Plus the Ramsbottom locos are irresistable. I…
— Read on 009adventure.blog/2019/02/14/crewe-works-narrow-gauge/

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Sounds that can’t be made… or they can on Canute Road Quay and RisEx 23/02/19 | GrahamMuz: Fisherton Sarum & Canute Road Quay

Sound fitted DCC controlled locomotives are being more and more popular, effective and cheaper, especially since the introduction of cheaper sounds chips such as the Hornby TTS range of sound fitted decoders. However whilst the sounds of the locomotive themselves are achieved with a few add on sounds such as doors closing and guards whistles,…
— Read on grahammuz.com/2019/02/17/sounds-that-cant-be-made-or-they-can-on-canute-road-quay-and-risex-23-02-19/

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Bournemouth exhibition 2019 #1 | esngblog

The Cha(I)rman spent the weekend in Bournemouth helping Richard ‘Ollie’ Oliver with his Bournemouth Corporation bus display.  Allan writes: Just got back from a weekend at the Bournemouth Model Railway Exhibition. I was there helping (or I think I was) Richard with his display of Bournemouth Corporation Transport. As its 50 years since there last…
— Read on esngblog.com/2019/02/12/bournemouth-exhibition-2019-1/