And for comparison here is a trip from May last year.
Sadly further progress this year might be very limited since I'm now working in Milan.
|Driver for a fiver|
|The original Brick|
|How much is that doggy in the window?|
|Matt Nunn's new product. It just needs a 16mm version of Samson to haul it|
|3D printing, as here by PDF, is enabling new scale products to be made at a reasonable price|
|a 7/8ths version of a loco that in 16mm graced the cover of Dan Boreham's seminal book on Narrow Gauge Modelling|
|Another example of the products available from the trade. A Leek & Manifold station|
|There will always be a place in my heart for Big Big Train/Novo conversions|
|How I coveted this as a teenager!|
|Tony Hills layout has appeared here before. It continues to make quite a stir in the 16mm world.|
|Pocklington Nurseries. Based on a real line|
|I still have a weakness for 016.5 models of the GVT. If I had room for a permanent layout Roy Link's GVT in 8x10 would be my choice. I do have a 16mm GVT loco somewhere....|