Monthly Archives: May 2015

A Quick One

There’s currently a pause with the Pickersgill (which is actually a 113 Class as opposed to a 72 Class – more on this later) as I wait for an appropriate gearbox. Clearances inside the old clunker mean I have to … Continue reading

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Who’s Next?

OK, I know I said I’d tell you last night, but I was cream crackered so I had an early night! Anyway, some of my longer-suffering readers might remember the Pickersgill 72 Class last seen two years ago about to … Continue reading

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Mr Mojo Rising

While I’m off and in the process of regaining my fitness, I’m putting the time to good use at the bench and making the most of the creative buzz I’m getting right now. The other night, following a crack with … Continue reading

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First fruits of convalescence.

My first few days back home have been well spent with the Meat Van now complete and an 0 gauge 350hp shunter finished for a friend. Two more 0 gauge projects for friends await and I’m hopefully going to make … Continue reading

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The Nostalgia Builds.

Back in 1980 as a 16-year old who had just left School, I went on holiday for the penultimate time with my parents. The destination, as had become habitual, was Berwick; long a favourite of ours and a place I … Continue reading

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