Re: [7mm NGA] Better late than never...
- Hi Mike,
Good to hear you are still modelling and still in contact. very sorry to hear about the loss of your models though.
Hearing from you takes me back to the old AGM venue, the New Mechanics Institute in Nottingham, and a crowd of us sleeping on Don Mason's floor on the previous night. Also the hassle of getting layouts in and out of the venue via the minute lift (barely large enough for two people to squeeze in) from the equally minute underground carpark.
The Association has come a long way since then!
David Taylor, 146
--- In email@example.com, "Robin Edwards" wrote:
> Hi Mike and welcome,
> I haven't seen or heard from you for years! It is good to know that you are
> still modelling.
> For the rest of you, Mike was instrumental in the formative years of the 7mm
> NGA and was made an honorary life member in recognition of this. If I
> remember correctly I think he was involved with security at Heathrow Airport
> but had to retire due to ill health. He teamed up with Roy Link to publish
> the 'Review' and took it over completely for a period of time. I remember
> the two of them made quite a double act with their stand at Expo NG when
> they released the Lister kit.
> Good luck with your 7/8":1ft modelling - something for a future 'Review'
> Robin Edwards (210)
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> Subject: [7mm NGA] Better late than never...
> Hi Chaps
> Just signing in. should have done this a loooong time ago but...
> Moved to Spain ten years ago and soon realised that they don't really do
> model railways out here bar the odd Bemo train set. Model shops are few and
> far between as well so no popping down to the local one for supplies either,
> but since when has that ever stopped a modeller!
> Had a fire some five years ago when I lost ALL my models so have had to
> start again and to be honest arthritis hasn't really allowed me to work in
> the smaller scales for a while now, so have to admit I am scratch building
> in 1:13.7 (7/8" : 1ft). I still do enjoy reading my Narrow Lines which
> fortunately manage to reach me without fail every issue. Nice to see folks
> keeping up the good work and standards started all those years ago.
> Cheers for now
> Mike Brown
> Member No.8