A QUIET DAY ON THE BRANCHLINE

Not much happening today on the branch,nice and quiet for a change

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About BURROWA

Retired 69 year old model railway enthusiast.Likes, NSWGR LNER railways.Music, Mozart Beethoven, Elgar, Beatles, Rolling Stones,Miles Davis and many more.
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5 Responses to A QUIET DAY ON THE BRANCHLINE

  1. HI Peter

    My feeling about model railways is this, If it is not worth looking at with no trains, it will never be anything with trains.
    Burrowa captures all the atmosphere a NSWGR branchline should and is a credit to you.
    I look forward to your future posts.
    Cheers
    Andrew Campbell

    • BURROWA says:

      Hi Andrew.Thank you for your comment I appreciate it.Good luck with your project,I have still a way to go with the ‘bouncing “signal.Just when the work bench gets clear along comes the Andian Turret Tender ah well,after the signals I think. All the best Peter

  2. roy strange says:

    Some of the best scenery I have seen. Congratulations! Ever watched what sheep collectively do in a paddock – guess your flock are all very independent type! Regards, Roy

  3. Tom Pall says:

    Brilliant work Peter!
    You’ve successfully captured the ordinary, the difference to me between a layout and a model railway. Bowen Creek does this beautifully as well.

    Just needs a short section of overgrown, abandoned track or even a lifted section (formation only).

    Inspirational stuff!
    Cheers,
    Tom.

  4. John Whitton says:

    Peter, Like the way the greenery is encroaching on the roadway beside the embankment. Very prototypical

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