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Schools out for Summer. The postman better watch out for the dog… The cottage on Cherry Orchard Lane behind the shed at Fisherton Sarum

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USA Tank meets SR USA 0-6-0 tank N. 72 .

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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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Drummond M7 0-4-4t passes my Grandfather in model form leaning on his ballast fork during a break, when he was a ganger for the Southern Railway based at Salisbury. The M7 is South Eastern Finecast white metal kit.

 

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Adams B4 0-4-0t No.100 rest at Canute Road Quay, she is built from a white metal kit

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Adams 0-6-0 0395 class number 3441, sits in the headshunt at Fisherton Sarum. She is built from a DJH kit.

PS. Happy Birthday to my Mum on the 27th this month, my brother on the 16th and my nephew Alexander on the 26th

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A Drummond T14 4-6-0 “Paddlebox” 461 a NuCast kit is turned whilst 21C14 “Nederland Line” a Series 2 Merchant Navy Pacific, a Millholme kit, heads towards London with the ‘UP’ Devon Belle.

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Maunsell S15 4-6-0 is prepared for her next West of England goods turn. She is built from a DJH white metal kit. Just visible alongside is a Drummond K10 “Small Hopper” 4-4-0

 

PS. Happy Birthday to my Dad on the 16th of this Month…

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A reminder that Canute Road Quays next exhibition is this coming Saturday, 16th February, at the Tonbridge Model Railway Club exhibition being held at the The Angel Centre, Tonbridge, Kent, TN9 1SF. The show is open to the public between 10am and 5pm.

It is the Tonbridger MRC’s 39th Exhibition and Canute Quay will be in the company of over 30 layouts, including a number of Suuthern interest including Cheffley (00), Forrestone (N), Four Oaks (00), Hayning Island (EM), Lynswood (00), Manston Airport (00), Rixworth Green (P4) and Shellsea Harbour (00)

The Angel Centre is conveniently located in the centre of Tonbridge, a 5 minute walk from Tonbridge railway station with frequent trains to London, Ashford and East Kent, Hastings and Tunbridge Wells, and a very short walk from the High Street bus stops. In addition, the venue is surrounded by large car parks, making access easy. It should be noted that the The A21 is closed past Tonbridge over the weekend of the exhibition from the Sevenoaks Weald (Morleys) Roundabout and the Vauxhall lane exit so there will be increased traffic around Tonbridge.

I shall be ably assisted by friend and fellow modeller Simon Paley (have you seen his Signalling book yet?) so come and say hello to us both.

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USA 0-6-0t No 72 still with original style bunker and cab shunts at the warehouse on the quayside on Canute Road Quay

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