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So where is it?

Now I know roughly what the new layout is going to be, the next question is: where is it? The original concept of the HWLR was for it to run north from Rye on the Sussex coast to Tenterden, where … Continue reading

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Fairlight 2.0: This time I mean it

Or, the realisation you actually had the right idea ten years ago When I came back to narrow gauge modelling in 2006, my first attempt at a new 009 layout was of a preservation-era railway built into a set of … Continue reading

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Let’s go round again

Having said in January I didn’t have anywhere to run my own product(s), its taken a further two months to rectify that. But here it is. You may note the Peco goods stock, picked up at Shepton Mallet while helping … Continue reading

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Brief intermission

I had been hoping to show you some photos of a great trip to the Welshpool & Llanfair gala yesterday, but my home internet connection is playing up and I doubt this mobile broadband dongle is up to uploading all … Continue reading

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Fairlight – dead and gone

There’s a gap in the shelves in the shed where Fairlight (Mk I) used to be. I didn’t decide directly to get rid of it, rather a chance event has led to its demise. I’ve come to realise over the … Continue reading

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