looks like a cute little (industrial-?) operation!
Steve's Narrow Gauge Adventure
One of the pleasures of blogging is that you have side conversations with people who share similar interests.
Roger Sisley and I share a common enthusiasm for books on narrow gauge and miniature railways. He often tells me about the books he’s brought that might interest me.
Roger suggested ‘The Crowsnest Tramway’ by Roy C Link. I got a copy and I have to say it was a top recommendation. Thanks Roger!
Roy spent over 40 years making small layouts representing a fictitious narrow gauge railway, The Crowsnest Tramway, in a range of scales from O to 16mm. The book is beautifully produced, with high quality images and it is written in an enaging, easy to read style.
The quality of the model making is superb. The finished locomotives are beautiful, but it is the photos of them before painting that really impressed me. The locos are made of brass…
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