Category Archives: marketing

Achievement unlocked

Okay, so the blog has been a little quiet this year. Reason 1: Work. Reason 2: I’ve been spending available non-work time pushing Narrow Planet forwards, both in the development of a much-needed new website and in the physical manifestation … Continue reading

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A batch

Not really much modelling content of my own going on at the moment, but making stuff for other people is turning out to be quite an enjoyable way to spend time. A family photo before they are scattered to the … Continue reading

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A birthday surprise

Yesterday, the family trooped down to Porthmadog to visit the Welsh Highland Heritage Railway. My parents are sharing the cottage with us, and either by accident or design we had contrived to book a week coinciding with my dad’s birthday. … Continue reading

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Cover story

A month or so ago, I had an email from the Ffestiniog Railway letter service asking about using a photo I’d taken on one of set of covers marking the issue of stamps featuring Welsh castles. The image in question … Continue reading

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Almost ExpoNG time

Photo: Tom Dauben It’s drawing close to that time of year for one of the best narrow gauge shows of the exhibition calendar – ExpoNG in Swanley, Kent on October 31st. After last year’s “big bang” of large layouts to … Continue reading

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