Monthly Archives: May 2014

An unexpected remembrance

Part of my current job involves driving around, checking railway access point and during the course of my final night shift this morning, I decided to check the access point at Quintinshill. It was only upon arriving there I realised … Continue reading

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Further along the B Road

Some more activity with the Class B tank with the suspension units and wheels in place and the buffer beams attached. I’ve also reinstated the solebars and prepared the tank upper surfaces for the new etched walkways. Prior to this, … Continue reading

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Taking the B Road

Being in a position to do a bit of modelling without competing disrractions today I spent some tome in the shed. I’m suffering from some odd, possibly hayfever related mailaise this weekend so I didn’t fancy anything too demanding mentally. … Continue reading

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Twenty Twenty Vision

Originally posted on Albion Yard:
? This week there’s been quite a kerfuffle about Bachmann’s 20% price rise, most noticeably on assorted forums and meejah. Basically rising costs have meant that Bachmann have passed on elements of that rising cost…

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Buy my hoose

Buy my hoose. Re-blogged from Paul’s Wee Ginger Dug blog. Please re-blog in the hope that his place can get a buyer and provide a bit of security for him and his other half. Thanks.

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So what’s been happening?

Things have been quieter in terms of modelling activity lately than I anticipated this last week while I’ve been off work. Partly this is due to having a day of not doing much at all last Monday as I hit … Continue reading

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