This months picture... In the 1960s a pair of Heljan Class 07 models meet at Canute Road Quay
This months picture... Canute Road Quay in East Anglia... A pair of LNER J70s Nos. 7126 and 7128 shunt the quay. The J70s are weathered Model Rail Magazine limited edition models.
This months picture... London, Chatham and Dover Railway Kirtey T Class 0-6-0T and SECR P Class 0-6-0t shunt at Canute Road Quay. The T Class is a Q Kits white metal kit and the P class is a Hattons models
This months picture...
This months picture... (better late than never) ... London, Chatham and Dover Railway Kirtey T Class 0-6-0T shunts at Canute Road Quay. The T Class is a Q Kits white metal kit
This is the sixth in a series of 'Making Quay Changes' posts with the Canute Road Quay being transported to either a different location or era or both. It follows my Making Quay Changes #1 post moving the scene Eastwards, and then back to Southampton with my Making Quay Changes #2 post but in the … Continue reading Making Quay Changes #6 heading South East
Last weekend I had the pleasure of assisting talented modeller and photographer Chris Nevard at the annual Railex show, organised by the Risborough and District MRS, with his small but stunning Brewhouse Quay layout. Although apparently set somewhere to the north of Bath, for a while at the weekend it was either transported further South East … Continue reading Interlopers, beer and letting the chain take the strain at Railex