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New in at Kernow Model Rail Centre are the first of its London South Western Railway 'Gate stock' push-pull sets for 'OO' gauge. Watch our sample at work on our test track here and read the full review in HM125 - on sale from October 12 2017. Visit www.hornbymagazine.com for more information.
Kernow Model Rail Centre's new 'OO' gauge model of the Bulleid 1-Co-Co-1 diesel is reviewed exclusively in HM125 - on sale from October 12 2017. This stunning new locomotive features directional lighting, headcode discs, a 21-pin decoder socket and a factory fitted speaker in all models. Read the full story in HM125 - visit www.hornbymagazine.com to find our more.
Today we are in Karlsruhe in south-west Germany not far from France. Karlsruhe is a midsize city with approximately 300,000 people; it is the second-largest city (after Stuttgart) in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. In Germany it is known for its excellent technical university, its Baroque palace as well as hosting Germany’s two highest courts: the Federal Constitutional Court and the German Supreme Court. It is also known for its expansive tram and light rail system, which achieved international recognition and gets copied around the world as the “Karlsruhe Model”. The city has 71 km of tram lines, which serve the city proper. This tram system is shared with a light rail system called “Stadtbahn Karlsruhe”, which has a system length of 262 km and reaches far beyond Karlsruhe itse...
2014 07 15 Dortmund, Germany: Airport Express bus from Dortmund Airport DTM to Dortmund city centre and main railway station. 2014 07 15 Dortmund, Niemcy: Autobus Airport Express z lotniska Dortmund DTM do centrum miasta i głównego dworca kolejowego w Dortmund.
Zaterdag 7-11-2015/ 17:15/ dbs 6421 vertrekt met een goed bezette verona shuttle vanaf de rsc terminal richting het opstelterrein vanwaar de reis begint naar italie via duitsland en oostenrijk (brenner)
On Saturday 28 October Tornado ran at Didcot for a one-day event. The railmotor was also running and I am very thankful to the fireman for letting me have a cab ride for two round trips something that I will probably never get to do again. Also, I have included other bits of footage I took during the day. https://youtu.be/He4RCu5T4wk
Promotiefilm van het Rail Service Centrum van Railpro te Hilversum. Hier worden spoorstaven vervaardigd conform de hoogste standaards en geleverd door heel Europa. Deze promo is tevens in 3 ondertitelde versies geleverd: Engels, Frans en Pools.
Woensdag 17-05-2017/ 21:00// 6435 vertrekt vanaf spoor 3 van het rsc met de baselshuttle (HUPAC) naar het opstelterrein
Class 20 the star!
This was a 2 day visit for me..
Standard class GWR 2-8-0 3822 steams around Didcot GWS, pulling two antique coaches. Didcot is a town in the Thames Valley, in the English county of Oxfordshire (although formerly in Berkshire). The town is located approximately 8 miles south of the city of Oxford.
This train was supposed to come out of Sudbury around 10:00 in the morning, but didn't end up making it out until past 3:00 that afternoon. Here it is rolling through Nairn Centre, on its way to tie up in Blind River for the night. The next day, it would head back east to dump the rail at various points east and west of Spanish. The rail - 100-lb 72' sticks - came off the OVR. Apologies for the ground shake, it looks like my camera's image stabilizer tried to compensate for it and ended up making it worse! Company: Huron Central Railway (HCRY) Location: Nairn Centre, Ontario (ON,) Canada Line: HCRY Webbwood Subdivision Train ID: N/A Train Origin: Sudbury, ON Train Destination: Blind River, ON February 4, 2013
Donderdag 11-05-2017/ 19:45/ vertrek van de Melzo shuttle, vanaf spoor 3 verzorgd door CAPTRAIN
Kernow Model Rail Centre Class 205 Thumper OO Gauge seen during test. The sounds have been tweaked since this sample was produced but should give a good idea of what the final version will be like. Features include doors slamming, flange squeal, guards bell and loudaphone buzz, horns or whistle according to prototype, all of which can be activated by the relevant DCC function.
Rail Points West is a brave attempt at a magazine style staff update programme, mimicking the Points West BBC regional news show in the West Country. This is listed as being the second show in the series, so if anyone has access to the first, or indeed any subsequent editions, then I'm sure we would all like a look at them. They say there's nothing new on the railway, and the introduction to this video maybe proves that. The show starts with news of the refurbished station roof at Paddington, then the rebuilding of Reading station. Only this is 1985, not 2012. The feature on Reading betrays the heritage, with the Peter Sutcliffe alike architect drooling over a scale model of his proposed masterpiece, rather than the rimless spectacled modern day stereo-type, hyperboling over a CAD screen. ...
flying scotsman at york rail centre event for east coast mainline involving new hitachi train courtesy bbc tv news
AFoL Display 5-6/06/10