Brian Cameron's Bodgit & Much Pottering Light Railway.
- I would like more information about Brian Cameron's B & M Light
Railway. I am not sure if Brian is a member of this chat group. If
he or somebody who knows him could give a contact email it would be
much appreciated. I would like to see it in the flesh but it is on
the other side of the world to me so information in text form etc
will have to do for now. Mike Broom.
Sadly, Brian is incommunicado at the moment following a short stay in
hospital and I don't think he's (yet) a member of this group. However, I am
a close neighbour of his and have had the pleasure of operating Bodgit &
Much Pottering both socially and at exhibitions. So, what do you want to
know? I'll respond off list.
DreamGenius on the WWW
Thin Controller on the SHIRly
- -Alan, thankyou for taking the time to respond. The only picture I
have is that which was published in NL 131. I would dearly like a
drawing of track layout as it was an end on picture and difficult to
scale. I am guessing but it looked about two sections of approx
1200mm x 600mm. This is about the size I would like to begin with
having not built anything more complex than a Thomas Tank layout for
my children. (Well thats what I told them). If you could pass on my
regards to Brian and I hope he returns to the modelling fray soon. I
have a fax if it is required as the Internet does have it's
limitations. Mike Broom.
-- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Alan Rogers" <models@d...> wrote:
> Sadly, Brian is incommunicado at the moment following a short stay
> hospital and I don't think he's (yet) a member of this group.However, I am
> a close neighbour of his and have had the pleasure of operatingBodgit &
> Much Pottering both socially and at exhibitions. So, what do youwant to
> know? I'll respond off list.
> Alan Rogers
> DreamGenius on the WWW
> Thin Controller on the SHIRly