Crossing Paths

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Model Melbourne trams

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

My cup runneth over again..

 As per usual at this time of year I have engineered a week off to co-inside with the Melbourne Cup Carnival, and as per usual there is a punch list of stuff to do around the house that not only would choke a brown dog, but also a thoroughbred.

 While I am permitted to wander down to Flemington (with the bride) to catch up with mates, sample a few beverages, and give money to bookies, the off days include a burden of tasks to be completed to the satisfaction of the minister of war and finance.

 So here is my homage to the spring race season, traffic mayhem, punters everywhere,  unpredictable weather and trams.

 
 
 



Planning is in progress for the extension....

From under the wires, studying the form and from the only place that has a public holiday for a horse race.

Glenn.

2 comments:

  1. Looks like a panel beater's delight ... love it though - beautiful.

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  2. Great blog Greg, What technique do you use to lay your tram tracks on the street, especially points? I'm doing a tram layout for north of the border.

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