Category Archives: Oxford rail
Please don’t forget as you join your local interweb cake and arse party, that to participate you need to ignore the following; UK mainstream 7mm RTR doesn’t exist, there’s no market for it. UK mainstream 009 RTR doesn’t exist, there’s … Continue reading
Twelve hours To foamathon 22. Sounds exciting!
For a couple of years now we’ve been waiting for the arrival of Peco’s OO Bullhead rail crossings and slips. Well the long crossing SL-U1194, and the single slip SL-U1180 are now in the shops. A few days back one … Continue reading
This weekend at Scotland’s premier exhibition Peco’s have prototypes of the medium radius bullhead points on display. Planned release is 2022 for both these new additions, and will follow the release of the OO bullhead crossings and single/double slips, of … Continue reading
Today is probably one of the final sections of modifying this Bachmann 4575xx. Dug out by a friend from his scrap pile the footsteps were broken and it had the original Bachmann chimney, and no chassis. It’s one of the … Continue reading
Today at Heaton Lodge Junction exhibition at Wakefield Heljan had their first EP of the 4mm OO scale class 02 diesel shunter. It’s important to note this is the first hand assembled version of the model, and there was no … Continue reading
Recently I’ve been helping out Simon George with his O gauge Heaton Lodge project, click the link for a real time stroll down its frontage. This week the final preparations and installation of the layout at Wakefield Market Hall has … Continue reading
Wiring. Yuk. If there’s something that slows a project down for me it’s wiring up a layout. Pretty much everything else I can crack on with, but this bit, it’s a real chore even for a simple three point layout. … Continue reading
Earlier today Peco released the following Peco Tv presentation. Within it there’s interesting news on the progress of the bullhead range, and development of the factory facilities.