Nicks workshop mutterings

Various railway orientated modelling projects in my new workshop/railway room.

Cameo Final at Railex

Well the layout is packed and well tested and all the locos are cleaned. Test run went well which may be a bad sign!

I’m looking forward to seeing all the other finalists and meeting all the conspirators. Should be a great show…………

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4 thoughts on “Cameo Final at Railex

  1. sed30 on said:

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    Good luck Nick

  2. How do you operate Lananta Quay? Do you operate a timetable? or just keeping things moving whenever there are people watching?

    • Hi. There is just one controller and we run as one engine in steam. We don’t have a timetable as such but run to a set sequence so that each train is run twice and we end up back at the starting point. It helps to not have to think which one we will run next and also stops ending up with all the stock at one end.

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