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Steam Tram coming to Loftus

Trams, LRV's & Buses Today, 05:23 AM
On Sunday 30th July the Sydney Tramway Museum will be hosting a special event to commemorate 70 years since the closure of the Kogarah steam tramway and it's replacement with trolleybuses. On display we'll have the only surviving Kogarah trolleybus, and a very special guest exhibit, Sydney steam...
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Hello all from southern England

Welcome! Today, 04:12 AM
Hello all,   A little intro from me.   Most of my modelling has been dioramas. Recently I wanted to include rail. I have no layout (yet) but as I bought my first locos I acquired a circle of Kato track and controller to run them in (it seems a practice, so I learned elsewhere).   I...
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JR East Ōu Main Line, Shinjo to Akita in Winter (20 Febru...

JRail: Pictures & Videos Yesterday, 06:48 PM
YouTube member Y1226M filmed this four-part zenmen tenbou video of a trip on the Ōu Main Line from Shinjo to Akita on 20 February 2017 from a JR East 701 Series EMU:   Shinjo to Innai:     Innai to Yamagita:     Yamagita to Ōmagari:     Ōmagari:to A...
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Kato v Microace

General Yesterday, 06:35 AM
Hello there,   My first post - and just a query really. I've been interested in modelling Japanese rail for a while now although I need to learn a great deal before I can feel "authentic". I've started buying rolling stock / locomotives (really looking forward to Kato's C12) but my question...
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Japan Part 3: Kurisumasu Trip 2017

Travel: Tips, Planning & Memories Yesterday, 03:44 AM
I decided to have a Kentucky Fried Christmas in Japan this year. While I have been in Japan in the two previous years during the summer, I have never been in Japan in early winter (the last 2 weeks of December). I do not wish to do skiing or any kind of mountaineering sport. My current itinerary...
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