Today’s visitor to the UGL access siding that runs alongside the club. Photos couretsy of John Kinson.Continue reading
The latest batch of photo courtesy of John Kinson of full sized locos seen on the UGL access siding that runs adjacent to the club.Continue reading
The latest full size locos seen passing the club on the UGL access siding. Photos courtesy of John Kinson.Continue reading
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Three of the latest locos to pass by the club on the UGL access siding. Photos courtesy of John Kinson.
Following the removal of the old pond area of the G Scale layout at the front of the club, construction of the new steel framing for the replacement layout has now commenced.
The old layout was showing its age and was becoming increasingly difficult to maintain. The new layout will be of much more durable construction and should last many more years!
Also shown in this update are some Mineral Resources locos heading in to the UGL loco works for servicing down the access siding that runs alongside the club.
All photos in this update courtesy of Garry West.Continue reading
Some photos of the latest full-scale movements on the siding adjacent to the club on 29 June 2022. All photos courtesy of Garry West.Continue reading
Here are some photos of full scale rail movements seen on UGL’s siding adjacent to the clubrooms on Wed 1st June. All photos courtesy of Garry West.Continue reading
Here are some photos of full scale rail movements seen on UGL’s siding adjacent to the clubrooms on Wed 5th May. All photos courtesy of Garry West.Continue reading
The WAMRC really could not be located in a better position! Not only are our clubrooms in the heart of the Railway Museum, but we are also right alongside a live railway siding leading to UGL Limited’s Bassendean locomotive workshops. It is not uncommon to witness locos entering or leaving the workshops while at the club as these photos courtesy of Garry West show.Continue reading