Hi all anyone who read my Journals know I do model locomotive reviews but I stopped doing them due to changes at work and buying a bit too many to review, I will mention changes to that later. The most noticeable thing that has change is I haven't really put much pics on here lately. There are changes on the way outside that I can't change, anyone that is British knows the conservative party (David Cameron) put forward the "Right to Buy" and as I live with my parents me being (25 years old) it's hard to get a place for myself, so I live with my parents and we are buy our house and a few changes with my and there bedroom. With that The Clayton line has to change with the house as well but good news on the way is Clayton is hopefully get bigger cos of moving it to the loft and will boasts three running line 2 Passenger lines and a freight line. All home fleet will be models that are preserved locomotives e.g.
You should get it but I thought what if the British government band all steam and preserved railways for good (it will never happen but what if it did) That's why I am doing the Clayton line it's a persevered main line and runs just like a normal main line just with steam. OK I can't just say "just Steam" I've got a few diesels and EMUs. The reviews on model locomotives will start when the layout is started or when the track is completed.
- No.70013 Oliver Cromwell
- No.70000 Britannia
- Class 55 No.55015
- No.4472 Class A3 Flying Scotsman
- A1 Tornado
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