Monthly Archives: December 2012

Merry Christmas from the Waverley’s lower reaches. A Happy Christmas to all my friends and those who follow the blog. I appreciate things have been a little quiet this week, but it’s been a busy week at work and no doubt the next couple of days … Continue reading

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Fettling an old horse

      Yesterday I mentioned the Hornby A3 and it’s impending makeover. Here is the first day’s work then; the medium involved in this task being the Brassmasters detailing etch. The relevant parts involved in this case are largely … Continue reading

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Coming up next…

Tomorrow I’m going to show you a new project as I add some Brassmasters detailing parts to a Hornby A3 In the meantime, here’s a short musical interlude… 🙂

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Bread and Butter

Two of the Waverley Route’s goods workhorses. The B1 4-6-0 and the ex NBR S Class/ J37 0-6-0. The B1 is a bashed about Hornby model and the J37 was built from an old NB Models kit and an NBR … Continue reading

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Winter wonderland

A short notice track weekend has seen the stock siding up at Whitrope receive additional sleepers, sufficient to make it operational when required next year. Whitrope has a very seasonal coating of snow this week and looks wonderful. I have … Continue reading

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