One of the jewels in the crown of the magnificent National Collection is the only remaining LBSCR tender locomotive – 214 Gladstone.
Our Model of the Week is the beautiful LSWR T9 class 120. Possibly one of the best looking models available in 00 scale, the locomotive also has an interesting history that we will look at today.
Rounding off the series of blog posts looking at the Kent and East Sussex Railway is a look in the loco yard at Rolvenden. Of particular note was the line’s only tender engine – 376 Norwegian, which has recently returned to service.
Terrier tank engine’s are fantastic locomotive’s and seeing one in action is always a pleasure. Tenterden is one of the best places to experience this, with two examples available in working order. It is no wonder that the Kent and East Sussex Railway named their journal “Tenterden Terrier” in recognition of this. 1872 built 32670…
Today’s Model of the Week is very different to any that have come before it! Today we look at my treasured diecast Corgi model of Stephenson’s Rocket!
Saturday 23rd March 2013 will see the re-opening of the rail link between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead.
Tonight’s Blog Post is a slideshow of pictures
There have been almost two months of teasers that this model would be reviewed soon – so here it is – the S&DJR Bachmann 7F 2-8-0!
Following yesterdays review of Bachmann’s 00 scale model of Harry Wanwright’s South Eastern and Chatham Railway’s C class, comes a set of previously unpublished set of photographs of the sole survivor