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Posted - 02/08/2019 : 02:44:39 AM Hi all. I am not sure whether it is usual for a new member to post a new topic. As there are only a few topics in this area of the forum - I wanted to be sure that this is OK before posting further.
My layout is not excessively large and is sited in the loft in the Vicarage. The available space is 14ft by 8ft and the layout runs round three sides of the space all at one level.
I have been modelling Hereford's railways in N gauge for a number of years. The vicarage loft has provided excellent space to do this. This has resulted in a growing interest in the North West Railway Route through the Welsh Marches. Before undertaking the construction of the model I explored the area around Hereford both in person and on line. The link below provides details of some of the websites I visited while exploring the potential of the area around Hereford for modelling:
Posted - 03/21/2019 : 6:03:33 PM The main feature of any layout is usually the railway station. I was delighted when my father-in-law, who had his own O-Gauge layout decided to make the station building for me in N-Gauge. ..... This is the first of a series of posts about the construction of the station building:
Posted - 03/21/2019 : 5:59:30 PM I appreciate the comments guys. Thank you.
Posted - 03/21/2019 : 5:57:58 PM My mother-in-law lives in Leominster, so I must have a look at the site now that the new road has been completed next time we visit her.
Posted - 03/12/2019 : 10:36:35 AM Your footbridge came out well; I feel it was worth the work for such a signature feature.
Posted - 03/12/2019 : 09:20:30 AM
Posted - 03/12/2019 : 07:53:11 AM Morning Roger ,
I drove passed Hereford station on Saturday taking my wife to a&e . It looks a bit strange now that they have changed the road around it . Arenít you glad I told you that !
Posted - 03/11/2019 : 6:51:07 PM The footbridge at Hereford Barrscourt Station has recently been completely rebuilt. Until then the skeleton of the old footbridge remained in place but in a much less photogenic condition than the original. The old footbridge bore some similarities to the one at Gloucester.