Monthly Archives: February 2016

The end of the beginning/ Le fin du début

It’s coming up for three months since I started laying track on Sulle, and the majority is now in place, even if there is quite a lot of tidying up still to do. I have made some progress on the … Continue reading

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Now that’s what I call progress… / Tant de progrès…

A few full days’ work have seen much progress. In fact, I must slow down – this is meant to be a long-term project, not a forced march! However, I felt like pressing ahead – the track building is still … Continue reading

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Morse code?

I am beginning to think about signalling for Sulle. Unlike British signals, the French system seems very complicated and I am only just beginning to get my head round it. The diagram below shows some early thoughts. All comments appreciated!

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More track – and some sound

  The new sleepers arrived on Friday, so I have been able to press on with more track. There were only two new turnouts requiring construction, so with mostly plain track, I made swift progress. The two sidings leading to … Continue reading

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