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  1. I see you also have an O gauge line there. You'll have to be careful not to step on it! Anyway, that's a very nice video of the 00 Hymek - looks quite atmospheric.
  2. Meanwhile on the real railway, things are looking up:
  3. The short video is called A bluebell railway (and it only shows the 4MT):
  4. Southern Visitors Several Southern visitors arrived today with David, but we couldn't persuade all of them to cooperate nor pose for the camera. But here are some that did both of those things. First it's King Arthur Class "Sir Meliagrance". He was a rather disreputable knight who had a crush on King Arthur's queen Guinevere and kidnapped her, before meeting a very sticky end from the sword of Sir Launcelot. But the loco runs well. Here showing the Drummond tender with which the Eastleigh Arthurs began their careers:
  5. I've invited the owner of Trains at York to look in on this website. It's a shame he can't remember how that superbviaduct brickwork was done.
  6. A garden railway faces many hazards including grandchildren:
  7. Take three girls... First we'll follow Bessie the Black 5... and then Julie the Jubilee (with three types of ex-LMS coaches): and then Stella the BR Standard 4MT, here with Julian's ground signals and water column: I couldn't resist another take of 'el classico': Rounding off with another view of the girls together:
  8. That's looking exciting, Thomas. Once you have a complete circuit you'll be wanting to run some trains.
  9. More of those Maroon Monsters Why not?
  10. An exciting day (part 3) We end with a couple of shots of Castle Class "Earl of St Germans" seen hauling a portion of a long distance express from the West:
  11. An exciting day (part 2) This was starting to look like a fantasy diesel gala: Then "Western Harrier" took to the road:
  12. An exciting day (part 1) The day, which was to feature the first visiting locomotives this year, began with a sort of "Escape from Suez" commemorative intermodal train with the Class 66 and the slowly lengthening rake of container flats: And then the first of our exciting visitors appeared: Of which there will be more anon.
  13. Here's the 5 minute video from that last running session: Spring Greens!
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