An article by Scott Kirk in One MK talks about the fact that the Milton Keynes Model Railway Club has opened its new headquarters on Bond Avenue, Milton KeynesExhibitions, Milton Keynes, Model Railways
Moving from ‘0’ Gauge to Gauge 1 gave me the opportunity to join the ranks of the many ‘live steam’ enthusiasts, and having completed two Barrett kits, and a third well on the way, my mind turned to making a radio controlled, battery powered locomotive. I admit to not having a clue how radio control, or indeed anything to do with electronics, operate. Wiring a 3 pin plug is about the extent of my knowledge! Added to this I don’t have a workshop to produce any scratch built models.Barrett, Steam . Locomotives
The weekend of the 24th and 25th of October a Special weekend at Tysley Locomotive Works when they played host to two famous Great Western Railway locomotives. They were a King class locomotive ‘King George V’ and a city class locomotive the ‘City of Truro’, both were on there way from the National collection in York to take part in the Swindon Festival. They are both to be exchanged with GWR Star class locomotive ‘Lode Star’ and the GWR Railcar.GWR, Locomotives, Tysley
Across the media over the weekend there is information on how Jeremy Corbyn reveals how Labour will renationalise railways if he becomes Prime Minister including this one in the Daily Mirror by Vincent Moss
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Sunday 6th September saw my annual pilgrimage to Guildex at Telford. In other years I have come away a little underwhelmed but this year was different. There were some fabulous layouts and some new innovations to look at. It was the usual collection of traders but one really stood out for me.Exhibitions, Guildex, Models, Railway
An article in Wisbech Standard by Kath Sansom talks about a trip down memory lane for visitors to the 130th anniversary of March railway station.
Rail Enthusiasts took a nostalgic walk down memory lane when March Railway Station celebrated it’s 130th Anniversary. The station became a hive of activity when visitors took a step back to 1885 when the town boasted train travel.Railway, Steam, Wisbech