Merry Christmas to you all, fill up your life with love, compassion, tolerance, peace, happiness and perhaps hopefully some time for modelling. Who knows what the next few weeks or even months might continue to bring, please make the time to contact your friends and family, especially those whom might be alone, and not able … Continue reading Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
KR Models revealed it is developing a ‘OO’ gauge model of the experimental BR Southern Region 4-DD double-deck Electric Multiple Units (EMU) at the 2021 Great Electric Train Show on October 2. Information below is courtesy of Hornby Magazine see here. Built at Eastleigh Works in 1949, two four-car double-decker EMUs were developed for use … Continue reading KR Models announce Bulleid 4DD emu in 00
As I hinted in my Workbench Witterings #10 Forward dating @Hornby Bulleid Merchant Navy 21c7 to 1947 condition post here, I also intended to do the same with my R3435 21C3 ‘Royal Mail’ model. Like the latest Hornby model of 21c7 the previously released model R3435 21C3 ‘Royal Mail’ model has been produced in her … Continue reading Workbench Witterings #11 Forward dating @Hornby Bulleid Merchant Navy 21c3 to 1947 condition
This months picture... Schools out for Summer. The postman better watch out for the dog... The cottage on Cherry Orchard Lane behind the shed at Fisherton Sarum
This months picture... Adams T1 Class 0-4-4T No. 10 shunts the stores wagon across the turntable at Fisherton Sarum
I am pleased to advise that Canute Road Quay makes an appearance in the April 2021 issue of BRM Magazine available now for digital subscribers and next Thursday 25th March for the printed version. I open the article by discussing; how although I usually model the 1946 to 1949 Southern Railway time period but to … Continue reading Canute Road Quay features in the April 2021 issue of BRM Magazine and Fisherton Sarum makes surprise appearance on BRM TV
It's Mother's Day today, although it might have become a bit like 'Clinton's day" (other card shops are available) it actually originated in the Middle Ages, when the custom developed of allowing people who had moved away from where they grew up to come back to visit their home or 'mother' churches, and their mothers, … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day to all mums especially mine
This months picture... Salisbury resident Z Class 0-8-0T pushes coal wagons up to the coaling stage at Fisherton Sarum. She is built from a Millholme white metal kit.
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