Monthly Archives: January 2016

Bridging the gap

I fancied a change from the soldering and wire, so today I began to look at the curved river bridge on the station approach. In any case, this will need to be broadly in place before track laying can proceed … Continue reading

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Two steps back – but several forward

Some pleasing progress this weekend, after days of frustration. Track laying has stopped because the 2mm Association shop is out of sleepers – and given that these guys don’t hurry their modelling, there’s no knowing when more will be available… … Continue reading

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Stanley in RM

My Scottish model, Stanley is featured in the February 2016 Railway Modeller available now. Enjoy!

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Work resumes

The new soldering iron turned up on Tuesday, so the week has seen gradual extension of the track. Progress is slower now that work has also resumed! I have extended the rails into the main station throat and have now … Continue reading

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Little by little it’s becoming real…/Peu à peu, l’idée devient réel

Little by little the idea is becoming reality. In fact, progress these past few days has been quicker than expected. Plain track does not take very long to make. The platform roads are complete, and I have got a fair … Continue reading

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