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Continuing to relay parts of the railway on stone blocks, about 30’ today. Also installed a bridge I built a couple of years ago that has been clogging up the workshop.

Here’s Peckett 0-4-0T ‘Betty’ doing a test run with a narrow gauge toad.

 

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First day of daylight saving here in Northwest Florida, so trains had to be run.

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Martino,

 

Very impressive stuff, cannot wait to see more of your railway. I love that Peckett! I'm not in any way jealous of your Florida location mind..... 

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On 11/03/2019 at 01:24, south_tyne said:

Martino,

 

Very impressive stuff, cannot wait to see more of your railway. I love that Peckett! I'm not in any way jealous of your Florida location mind..... 

 

Indeed.  What a superb railway.  I followed your Facebook link to where you have scores of fine photos (somehow the most realistic ones often seem to be in black & white, but perhaps that's just my conditioning from too many old railway books!).  The pictures here are also most effective in showing how you've managed to capture just what an NG line might look like.  Thanks for sharing the very atmospheric results of your hard work.

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Thank you very much.  I’m blushing.

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Night shift at East Burnham Signal Box, Crown Lane level crossing.

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I love the straw poking out from the cattle wagon - lovely touch. I have never seen that done before. Great railway! Thanks for sharing with us on here.

 

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