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Tag: South Eastern Railway
Hornby announce their 2022 range, new liveries for SR/BR(s) items
Hornby have today announced their forthcoming range for 2022. Although no tooling from a Southern Railway perspective modellers, the highlights include new versions of the Class 423 4-VEP EMUs, a new Dublo version of the original Merchant Navy and new LSWR and Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway liveried 'generic' coaches. New Tooling Hornby's new tooling … Continue reading Hornby announce their 2022 range, new liveries for SR/BR(s) items
Making Quay Changes #6 heading South East
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
Picture of the Month – April 2020
This months picture... An unusual visitor to Canute Road Quay is ex SER 0-4-0CT Crane Engine No. 1302. Built from a South Eastern Finecast white metal kit.
Something in the air…or some London Southern Railway infrastructure from a helicopter…
And now for something slightly different... Last weekend I was lucky enough to have taken a helicopter ride over parts of London. This post concentrates on some of the photographs that I was able to take that are relevant to Southern Railway infrastructure that I thought might be of interest to readers of this blog. The pictures were … Continue reading Something in the air…or some London Southern Railway infrastructure from a helicopter…