My current intersts centre around small scale live steam locomotives; ones that are small enough to be made in my workshop but which still embody the principles of the full size version (which basically means they use a forced draught multi-tube boiler). Gauge 1 (roughly 1:32 or 10mm to the foot scale) is big enough to allow such designs, whilst still being manageable for somebody like me with only a small workshop.
The Surrey Signal: newsletters for the G1MRA Surrey group
The Ashford High Line: my garden Gauge 1 test track which is designed to float out across the flowers
Aladdin: an O gauge live steam design published in the early 1950's.
My Gauge 1 engines and stock.
Buckjumpers: information about andphotographs of the Holden tank engines that powered the GER suburban services.
Mainline steam: places to find out about, and watch, steam trips on the UK mainline.
The Bromley North branch: some ephemera and an article about a short suburban branch line in South London.