Monthly Archives: September 2014

Russell Returns

Just a few weeks after the original returned to steam on the Welsh Highland Railway, the Bryandale’s Russell also returned to traffic today, some three years after her last run. Despite being a little stiff in the joints, she managed … Continue reading

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Perfidious Albion…

Just when I was gradually bonding with Lossiemouth, I came by chance across a photo of the old terminus at Musselburgh, just to the east of Edinburgh. While Lossiemouth is undoubtedly a very attractive prototype, doubts had been creeping in … Continue reading

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Rats…

The evenings are drawing in, and the school year has begun again. Garden railways become a weekend activity for the next few months. What little free evening time there is once professional and domestic duties are out of the way … Continue reading

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