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
Tony Gray Visits the Club
One of our longest serving members Tony Gray (a life member of the club and past president) paid a visit recently to see all the recent progress that’s been made. Tony joined the club in 1983 and has been a very active member ever since until his deteriorating health has forced him to ease back on the regulator!
It was great to see him back in the club-rooms that he helped build!
A snazzy looking fence has been erected around the new G Scale layout outside the club using recycled pool fencing. Our thanks to past president Mark Butler for not only sourcing the materials but also building it all nearly single-handedly!
Rolling Mill Access Siding
The first of several industry access sidings/branches is now being installed on the HO layout. This one leads to the steel rolling mill module that was salvaged from the old layout.
All photos courtesy of John Kinson.Continue reading
Mainline fully connected — trains running!
Photo courtesy of John Kinson.
HO Mainline Fully Connected
Work on the new HO layout continues at a rapid pace with the main lines on the main deck now fully connected and working! Photos courtesy of John Kinson.Continue reading
More 1:1 Scale Locos!
The latest full size locos seen passing the club on the UGL access siding. Photos courtesy of John Kinson.Continue reading
More HO Layout Progress
A montage of recent shots from construction of the new HO layout (now called ‘The Anderson Sub-division’) courtesy of John Kinson.Continue reading
Full Size Visitors
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Three of the latest locos to pass by the club on the UGL access siding. Photos courtesy of John Kinson.
Public Layout Updates
We were having trouble on the public layout with some curves that were too tight causing unreliable operation. Unfortunately the tracks were hard up against the edge of the baseboard and there was no where to go to ease the curves!Continue reading