The most horrible Halloween Blog Post has been left for Halloween Day. A terribly painted 0-6-0 is named Pumpkin, before being broken for parts. All that’s left is to say is “Happy Halloween to all Locoyard followers!” Advertisements
The third Halloween Entry is a yet-to-be introduced member of the Locoyard fleet making a spectral debut!
The second Halloween Entry is a giant pumpkin at the station. Reports that this is in fact a satsuma are as yet, unconfirmed!
In the first of a series of Halloween themed blog posts, we see a new gathering at Locoyard of all 13
Last week we had a look at rebuilt Battle of Britain Class 34059 Sir Archibald Sinclair in steam on the Bluebell Railway, this week we return to Sheffield Park in 2009 to have a look at a few
Today is round 2 of the Bachmann versus Hornby 9F battle! Click here for the Hornby Review. Class: BR Standard 9F class Use: Heavy Goods Region: All Era: 1954-1968 Preserved examples: 92134 – Crewe (only single chimney type preserved) 92203 – Black Prince
Given that the version of 92220 Evening Star reviewed here has undergone a rather comprehensive make-over, it was never an intention to review it properly. However after acquiring a Bachmann 9F (click here for its review) , I thought it too good an opportunity to compare one of the best budget models with one of…