This week’s model star is S&DJR 4F no 58, a regular runner in the Locoyard collection and recent stand-in for the broken-down Christmas Pannier tank engine. This model is an unusual member of a large class of locomotive’s, resplendent in Prussian blue. Let’s delve into the history of this prototype… Advertisements
This week’s model star is S&DJR 3F Jinty no 23, a new but regular runner in the Locoyard collection. This model is somewhat interesting as it is a model of a locomotive masquerading as a different machine! It is therefore a model of BR 47327 repainted as S&DJR number 23…
Locoyard’s latest edition to the fleet is Bachmann S&DJR 3F Jinty number 23 (catalogue number 32-233). Today we review the model, that is also produced by Hornby in their “Railroad” range (click here for the review).
This week’s model star is S&DJR 7F 88, a distinctive, big blue locomotive and a favourite in the Locoyard collection. It is a relatively elderly locomotive, with an interesting tale to tell…
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!
Ahead of tomorrow’s publishing of the review of Bachmann’s S&DJR 7F 2-8-0 model, today we see a few pictures of the impressive structure of what was the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway’s (S&DJR) northern terminus – Bath Green Park.
The past few days has given much time for reflection, but it is now time to get on with the good old “bread and butter” Locoyard articles! And today, we see a DCC chip fitted to