Nicks workshop mutterings

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


This layout has been built at the Launceston and District Model Railway Club under my directions although it was originally stated over 20 years ago under the inspiration of Iain RiceDSC_2282DSC_2274DSC_2281DSC_2280DSC_2276IMG_0304IMG_0305IMG_0303

Lakebank debut success

Lakebank update

Lakebank progress 2

Lakebank progress report

A steamer for Lakebank

Lakebank progress

2 thoughts on “Lakebank

  1. Peter van Eijndhoven on said:

    We have spoken about your wonderful lay-out. As well about the options to have drawings of your extremely nice railway station. I showed you a picture of a modified scale model I have made of the forth railway bridge and I was looking to build a kind of railway station as you have made.
    Please if possible send me some information as promised.

    I am willing to exchange.
    I am member of the railway club “Promospoor”in the Netherlands

    Lots of success with you extremely nice work
    Kind regards

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