More wintery shots of what was left of the Low Yard at Consett Steelworks in 1984 from Roy Lambeth.
A number of passenger rail tours ran to Consett over the years and here are a photos of a couple of them:
A few photos from the EM Gauge model of South Pelaw and Stella Gill. By way of a contrast to the above photo, here is a photo of the same building as it is today.
Three new photos of 37062 involved in track lifting between Barley Mow and South Pelaw from Craig Oliphant.
From Roy Lambeth, we have four shots of the Low Yard at Consett Steelworks in 1984.
A few years ago, I’d started on the job of converting a Bachmann Class 24 in to a ‘Tyne Docker’ which involved a lot of modifications to the body and the building of a set of Penbits sprung bogies. I’d finished the bogies and had done some of the body modifications when, out of nowhere,…
As the layout is not at home, I’ve had no access since the new period of lockdown came in but I have been doing some work at home and, in particular, I’ve made a start on the signals. Having never built signals before, I figured I’d start with the simplest one at the junction, number…
From Craig Oliphant, we have a couple of photos from Carr House and the Low Yard.
From regular contributor to the site, Craig Oliphant, a couple of phots of 37061 on a track lifting train passing through Beamish.
Two new photos from Craig Oliphant. Track lifting of the Washington Branch started in 1983 and the two photos show the operation once it had reached South Pelaw.