Regauging at Muston Sands

This old video is now a historical document, it can no longer be reproduced because the track has been lifted and the Seaside Line is being rebuilt.

Before work this morning I doused the track on Muston Sands with water to loosen the ballast, after lunch I attacked it with a chisel and removed the 9mm gauge track so the layout can be converted to On30.

With the new running line temporarily in place, a mock-up of the goods shed annex and some greenery covering the former site of the goods siding we can get a rough idea of what Muston will look like in the future.

Just why Blackcloud Railways appear to be operating the North Yorkshire Seaside Line as a subsidiary of the South American FCPyF is anybody’s guess, but it’s probably got something to do with tax avoidance.

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About Bob Hughes

Ex railwayman, life long railway modeller, lover of real ale and spicy food.
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