Monthly Archives: January 2017

Good news from far away.

Having spent my earliest years by the Clyde within a stone’s throw of both the docks and shipyards of Govan, Scotland’s maritime heritage is something close to my heart. I was pleased then to hear of progress with attempts to … Continue reading

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Have you ever smashed a model?

I mean really trashed it. And not to recreate a prototype photo or to model an effect. Have you ever been soooo FRUSTRATED that something wasn’t working out the way that you wanted it to, that you just said ‘F*%K-IT‘…

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The Week of the Wagons

I’ve got a week off work. I always think of this first or second week of the year as my ‘Zombie Week’. Dawn comes later in these two weeks than it actually does at the winter solstice for reasons to … Continue reading

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Filthy, Dirty, grubby, meet the model of 2016… The Peckett is finished.

Originally posted on The Model Railways of Oly Turner and Chris Matthews:
My modelling recently has been somewhat lazy, I have expected results from lacklustre effort and been pissed off with the outcomes, much like my recent work life. It…

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