Category Archives: preservation

And done

By my standards, under a year from considering a project to it becoming a thing is some kind of speed record. Presenting the RNAD crew van, an 009 kit in 3d print and etched nickel silver. This has leapfrogged a … Continue reading

Posted in 009, amberley, ego trips, kits, marketing, meta, model railways, narrow gauge, new products, preservation | 1 Comment

Rainspotting

After taking the Narrow Planet sales stand to the 009 Society AGM at Rainford in Merseyside, Tom and I spent an enjoyable week with a couple of other friends in north Wales, staying in Llan Ffestiniog. Enjoyable, despite the rain, … Continue reading

Posted in ffestiniog, narrow gauge, photos, preservation, welsh highland railway, wllr | 1 Comment

I’ve been a lazy blogger

Pressures of work and other activities over the last few months have led to a pause in updates here – although that doesn’t mean I haven’t been up to anything of interest. Now I have a few days rest before … Continue reading

Posted in expong, ffestiniog, kits, model railways, narrow gauge, photos, preservation | 1 Comment

Sunshine at Bredgar

Through the woods towards Stony Shaw with Eigiau That freak October heatwave coincided with one of the 2′ gauge Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway‘s open days, so what better way to round off the summer than an afternoon of small … Continue reading

Posted in 2' gauge, inspiration, narrow gauge, photos, preservation | 2 Comments

Norfolk Enchants

A family holiday to a fantastic art deco (ish) house on the cliffs at Sheringham in Norfolk. The standard gauge North Norfolk Railway runs from and through the centre of town, but the more interesting one to gain “achievement unlocked” … Continue reading

Posted in narrow gauge, preservation | Comments Off on Norfolk Enchants