Ramblings of a frustrated armchair Railway Modeller

Everyone is entitled to my opinion, so I've decided to enter the blog-o-sphere in order to share them with you.
My focus is the rationale and development of my model railway, but I am likely to wander off topic from time to time.

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Further Reading

The first two books that I've recommended are relatively light reading.

A heavier tome is Rod Clarke's Narrow Gauge Through The Bush:
If I am to depict a Modern Narrow Gauge Railway in Southern Ontario Canada, I have to travel back in time to an appropriate point of divergence in History and then bring the story back to the present.

This book outlines the rise and fall of Narrow Gauge Railways here.

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