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Giving a presentation

While rearranging the garage shelving to create a clear space for the new layout, I’ve been giving some thought to how to present it. Although it’s not intended for exhibiting I do like the idea of everything ending up fairly … Continue reading

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Fairlight wagon works grinds into action

The first completed wagons built for Fairlight 2.0 – actually if you look back through the archives of this blog you’ll find they’re probably the first completed anything for some time. I would say that I am not one of … Continue reading

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Sussex Downs 009 Group open day 2017

Well it’s been a while since I’ve done one of these posts. Saturday was the (by my count) sixth members’/open day run by the Sussex Downs group of the 009 Society – held at Lancing parish hall this was a … Continue reading

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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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