Category Archives: Standard gauge
There is a discussion on a Facebook group about the famous Gorre and Daphetid model railroad (above) and how to model it as a microlayout. Various plans have been put forward but even in Z scale they are over four … Continue reading
My tiny boxfile layout spends most of its time on a bookshelf. It’s far too small to hold much operational interest when compared to the FCPyF but it doesn’t take up much space when stood on end and goes largely … Continue reading
No, I’m not going to start playing with smaller toy trains, or get a tweed jacket, this is just a brief diversion from my O scale narrow gauge modelling. I have made a small diorama, OK, a plinth, for my … Continue reading
Do you have trouble applying decals neatly? CSX BNSF Rejoice in the thought that you are not alone.
A bit late posting this because the last two days have been a bit hectic. Completely out of the blue I received a copy of the latest MTI book on Thursday. I certainly hadn’t ordered a copy so the publisher … Continue reading
The current owner of carendt.com may be proposing to commercialise the website and has emailed regular readers asking for their opinions. Here is a copy of my reply to his email. Good morning Gert I am sorry to read about … Continue reading