Monthly Archives: October 2013

Fear of the unknown

Did a gig with the band this afternoon – a pub in a nearby town. It was a slightly strange time of day – mid-afternoon to early evening, and it started out really dead. But by the time we were … Continue reading

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Ghost buildings…

I spent a few days pondering the dilemma between the two buildings, and eventually decided to go with the new design. This meant a whole re-draw of the plans, which were quite complex. I’ve now got the basic shell partly … Continue reading

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Here’s one I made earlier…

This is one of the nearly-complete buildings for the town area of Stanley. Modelled on a building next to the railway station in Arbroath, it features a bar (great for trad music sessions), a veterinary surgeon and a hair salon. … Continue reading

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I spent much of yesterday drawing up the latest building for Stanley’s townscape. I’ve had my eye on a very narrow building in central Stirling, which has a very tempting turret at the end. But when I mocked it up, … Continue reading

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Hello Stanley…

This first post is by means of introduction to my current N Gauge project, Stanley. I don’t know why I am always drawn to the Celtic parts of Britain for inspiration, but I am, whether for modelling or music. Stanley … Continue reading

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