- A word on how Hornby design their packaging.
- Production Samples of the new Bachmann Class 43 warships.
- You may have heard that you’ll shortly be able to pick up your groceries at London Underground stations, but what about model trains as well?
- There must be something in the water, or rather the wall, as two articles surface this week on scale brickwork from grahammuz and Prince Street.
- Ontario in HO continues to make the track itself the focus of a layout.
- If you live in London you might have noticed that there was a strike, but do consider the other side of the story.
- If there is another strike, The Poke have the official advice on how to survive a day without the Underground.
- If stayed in the pub late to avoid the bus-rush, perhaps next time you’ll want to follow INNside Track, the blog that’s finding the best pubs near every tube station. (Or the longest Pub Crawl in London!).
- The final push to complete the revamped Birmingham New Street.
- Bure Valley Railway celebrates it’s 25th anniversary…
- …whilst the Peterborough Society of Model Engineers are still looking for a new home for their miniature line.
- Farewell to 1638.
- How to make your own tube-related paraphernalia. Sort of.
- The Forth Bridge becomes World Heritage Site.
- Freight to return to Settle-Carlise link.
- It’s London Inheritance’s turn to journey into Charing Cross’ hidden tunnels.
- Monet – The Railway Enthusiast by The Beauty Of Transport.
- What’s the longest possible journey you can take on the NYC Subway?
- …and if you find yourself in New York check out the Railroad Landscapes exhibition at the New York Transit Museum.
From The CAS Team
Compiled by Edward Kendal and Andy Carter