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Sunday, 02 December 2018 21:59

Of old age and flywheel housings

2nd December 2018

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Published in 2018 Oct-Dec
Sunday, 04 November 2018 22:16

Of Tunstead playing away

4th November 2018


Not the average week here at the Briddon Country Pile. We've got progress on one project that's been at a standstill for two years though.

Published in 2018 Oct-Dec
Sunday, 28 October 2018 23:03

Of drills and Avonsides

28th October 2018

We made good progress on RS8 this week, not so elsewhere. But do read on.

Published in 2018 Oct-Dec
Sunday, 16 September 2018 22:56

Of departing vans

16th September 2018

Welcome back. Some of this week's plans didn't happen. Other parts ran late. Some of the week didn't get planned at all.

Published in 2018 Jul - Sep
Sunday, 02 September 2018 22:45

Of shunts and tours

2nd September 2018

Feast or famine – at least as far as pictures go. Last week I had a load – this week? Rather less.

Published in 2018 Jul - Sep
Sunday, 26 August 2018 23:32

Of bolts, present and not

26th August 2018

Last week I had a dearth of pictures. This week? Well, it's scarcely a surfeit, but enough to be going on with. Read on, dear reader.

Published in 2018 Jul - Sep
Sunday, 29 July 2018 23:07

Of gas oil and hedgehog houses

29th July 2018

Back again? Not so many pictures to show this week - one of those weeks where a lot of things happen but scarcely worth photographing. So best read on..

Published in 2018 Jul - Sep
Sunday, 15 July 2018 20:32

Of pipe and bellows

15th July 2018

As a narrow-minded, er - narrow gauge fan I would dearly have liked to have been at the Tracks to the Trenches event this weekend, but sadly more normal activities prevailed. Not as dramatic as last week certainly, (phew) but enough to be going on with.

Published in 2018 Jul - Sep
Sunday, 08 July 2018 20:19

Of bogies, flats and vans

8th July 2018

Well we broke the 30 deg C barrier in the shed today, touching 30.1. Lots of tea and flavoured water to drink. Lots of sweat dripping off foreheads. But enough of that, let's get on with the week.

Published in 2018 Jul - Sep
Sunday, 01 July 2018 20:49

Of meetings, planned and chance

1st July 2018

We have a new clock in the shed. Well not new exactly, it came from my late father's house but I only found it again this week when having a tidy-up in my 'office' at home. It was still happily displaying the time, date, day of the week and temperature. I thought that it would be of better use at the shed, so now it looks down on us (the LCD display looks blacker from below) and I can exclusively reveal that the temperature in the shed touched 29.5 degrees today. Much tea consumed to stave off dehydration. But I digress...

Published in 2018 Jul - Sep
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