Replacement bus needed?
ESNG meeting – 17 April 2019
London Transport Museum Store, Acton – 2
ESNG meeting – 7 March 2019
The three members who had arrived by 7:30pm were almost ready to pack up and go home, when there was a sudden flurry, and we soon had ten members putting a small layout up for running. We were missing Allan again (early milk round) and one Derek (lost without trace in Croydon.) On the rails,…
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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…
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In my earlier ramblings about continuous layouts, I missed out one excellent example, and a concept for such designs. Chris Morris’ Little Aller is based on Aller Junction in Devon in the early sixties. The area of the layout is 84″ by 40″. (Photos from N Gauge Forum.) The interesting feature of this lovely…
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All I want for Christmas……Not!