Workbench Witterings #9 Refreshing the E2, no mention of Thomas…dam… in

The first five members of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway (LBSC) E2 class 0-6-0 tanks were introduced by L Billinton in June 1913.  In service they were found to be powerful but slightly lacking in water and therefore a further batch of 5 were ordered, although delayed by the war, and built between … Continue reading Workbench Witterings #9 Refreshing the E2, no mention of Thomas…dam… in

From the armchair, pre-grouping models and R-T-R, is back dating that simple?

In a way this post follows on from my previous ramblings in my 'armchair' series such as "Armchair R-T-R Designers" and "Armchair R-T-R tooling and manufacturing Logistics" and even my comment piece on "The process in producing an R-T-R Models". Questions were recently raised on a popular model railway forum why certain Ready-To-Run (R-T-R) models … Continue reading From the armchair, pre-grouping models and R-T-R, is back dating that simple?