Category Archives: Garden Railways

Progress on the other railway

In April, Andy blogged about the progress of his railway. Now it’s time for mine. The path is done, complete with the square stepping stones. The concrete blocks that mark the edge of the path and the edge of the … Continue reading

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Progress on my railway — April 9th 2014

Work has started! The weather has been nice recently, and I’ve been able to get out and make some progress at long last. In this photo you can see the beginning of the curve in the corner of the garden. … Continue reading

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A new garden railway – May 2013

After a year rebuilding the house, and with the weather slowly trying to pretend that it’s summer, we have ventured out into the mud-heap that was once our garden to try and work out what’s going where. This is the … Continue reading

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Indoor garden railway meet

I went along to a winter meeting of the West Hertfordshire group. It’s a bit of an oxymoron to call it an indoor meeting of a garden railway group, but that’s what it is. I can imagine the headlines already: … Continue reading

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Point levers and track parts

Cliff Barker provides useful bits for trackmaking in various gauges, including Gauge 1 trackmaking. Some of the components, e.g. the point levers, may be useful for other gauges. (3 Feb 2019: Updated Link as www.cliffbarker.talktalk.net has gone offline)

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