Ever wondered what the abandoned viaduct off the M3 was?
Well survived the show. Unfortunately the layout suffered from the heat and the track shifted causing the board joints to move. I also had to Jerry rig the wiring as had no power.
On the positive side a few notes to self for the future
- Make a note of your wiring
- Develop a non electrical solution for point control
- Improve layout wiring
- Do not use recycled wiring
- Test your stock
- Unify couplings
Here are some pics
Exhibiting Wimblehurst Road at the Pevensey Exhibition on Saturday.
Yesterday evening, 13th July, saw the annual members day event with a dedicated special train purely for members and shareholders of the 35006 Society. It was a chance to ride behind 35006 Peninsular & Oriental S. N. Co on a private train after No.6 had been in service on the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Steam Railway during the…
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The August issue No. 146 of Hornby Magazine published last week includes my step by guide on how to simply create concrete inset track exactly as I used on Canute Road Quay. This follows Canute Road Quay featuring earlier this year in the April 2019 Issue, whilst within the main layout article I briefly described…
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This months picture… PS. Happy we got rid American Independence Day to my USA readers on the 4th, a date that is over shadowed this year by my own 50th birthday…
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