What a scorcher

27 May

Well Railex 2013 is now just a collection of happy memories. Great layouts, great camaraderie and great beer. Lots of video to process and Eskmuir has an invite and magazine article to work through.

the Judith Edge Kits class 06 built by my Dad made its debut and worked faultlessly giving us 3 reliable shunting locos (a Caledonian 3F and J37 being the others).

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But the big question, can the worm be turned? A momentary lapse saw Martin taking control of the DCC sound control and the Kernow class 205  thumper on its shake down test after the show closed on Saturday evening. 

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2 Responses to “What a scorcher”

  1. BURROWA May 28, 2013 at 9:28 am #

    Sounds and looks like a great weekend.One of these days I will make the flight from the antipodes to enjoy it. All the best Peter

  2. maxstafford60093 May 27, 2013 at 11:21 am #

    I too have one of these kits to build. Must make a start on it!

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