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Alan’s New Layout 4   Leave a comment

Oil Terminal for Alan's new Layout
Oil Terminal

Posted 13/07/2020 by keithspenceuk in Model Railway Club

July at Bath Green Park   Leave a comment

Posted 08/07/2020 by keithspenceuk in Model Railway Club

Final Paint Finish for Big Boy Tender   Leave a comment

Southern Fed Newsletter   Leave a comment

Posted 26/06/2020 by keithspenceuk in Model Railway Club

Colin’s engine build during lockdown   Leave a comment

Picture of some locomotives made from 00 gauge metal kits during the Carona lockdown,k

They are all LNWR  loco’s and ready for painting and lining They are LNWR 7 foot single CORNWALL LNWR 2-4-2- Dreadnought

Bowen Cookes 4-6-2 large Tank LNWR Whales  4-6-0 EXPERIMENT class .

Paint and more for the Big Boy Tender   Leave a comment

Latest from Bath Junction   Leave a comment

BATH JUNCTION
7F 53807 takes an empty mineral train on to the S&D by Bath Junction signal box bound for Norton Hill Colliery. 53807 will return tender first with a full load for Portishead power station.
The line singles just ahead of the 7F as it crosses the Lower Bristol Road bridge. The Bath Junction signal mans walk way can be seen just ahead of the 7F for access to the Whittaker single line apparatus that is located just behind the oil tank wagon. The train loco collecting the single line token with the banker being handed the banking engine token by the signal man.
At the end of the Midland Bridge yard pilot siding stands an oil tank wagon which serviced a small oil depot. Someone has neglected to put the wagon stop block across the left rail!

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On to the S&D at Bath Junction

Posted 17/06/2020 by keithspenceuk in Model Railway Club

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Alans New Layout 3   Leave a comment

Latest view of progress of the station section of layout Southall 17th June 2020.

Posted 17/06/2020 by keithspenceuk in Model Railway Club

Alans New Layout 2   Leave a comment

Here are 5 pics of the waiting room for my OO layout.

All made from cornflake box cardboard and odds and sods laying around

Posted 15/06/2020 by keithspenceuk in Model Railway Club

Steps for Big Boy Tender   Leave a comment

More complicated to fabricate than it looks