Monthly Archives: January 2014

Another step forward.

A couple of hours’ work tonight sees the timberwork effects taken a bit further and decals applied. The two ex-LMS vehicles had to have their decals created from various sources but this went fairly painlessly. We’re nearly there with this … Continue reading

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Wagonworks Activity

I’ve mentioned the new project that is hatching here at the moment already. I don’t want to elaborate just yet as i want to illustrate the feature with some nice images I have found. Meantime, some suitable vehicles have been … Continue reading

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A new batch of wagons

These are the first of some new wagons I’m building with a new project in mind. I’m just waiting for a couple of photographic permissions before I do a dedicated post. Suffice to say that it’s a subject I’ve always … Continue reading

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The Immortal Memory

With yesterday’s Burns’ Night commemmorations in mind, i thought I’d re-blog this wonderful and comprehensive tribute from Bella Caledonia. A man whose writings may be even more relevant today as when he penned them. The Immortal Memory.

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Alba Weathering and effects

Just a quick post to advise that I have now set up a dedicated blog covering my weathering and effects work, as opposed to the more general layout and build projects here. See Thanks.

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77021 Loco Group update

Just a quick heads-up to bring attention to latest developments with new build 77021. The outer section of the smokebox door has been completed and a mock up of the locomotive’s ‘face’ has been arranged as shown above. The group … Continue reading

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An easier route to a Jumbo?

Regular followers of my blog will know of the struggle involved in creating my model of 57375. As one of the staples of the Scottish Railway scenes from the 1890s to the early 1960s, the lack of a modern kit … Continue reading

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