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The Lucan Express Part Two - The Train

Assuming you have arrived here from Part One you’ll know I am now in possession of 150yrds of prime steel miniature railway. Which means I need a train, because otherwise it’s basically just a fence lying on it’s side. / I had originally assumed I’d be buying the train, partly to save a bit of time and partly because ‘making a train’ seemed like a task I wasn’t yet ready for. But it turns out tha…
Posted almost 4 years – 6 comments

The Lucan Express Part One - The Track

I’ve often been of the opinion that aside from tasks like neurosurgery, quite a lot of hands on skills aren’t as complicated as they look and really you just need to have a go. And with that in mind, at some point during May I thought ‘I’m going to build a railroad for my son’. Now this is only a miniature ride-on railway, but before you mock me you should know I did actually find a W6 class Melb…
Posted almost 4 years – 1 comments

America. Fcuk Yeah.

Almost none of you will remember that a couple of years ago I drove the 6593 kilometres between San Francisco and New York. And thanks to a dash mounted time lapse camera I also managed to make an epilepsy inducing video about it. / Two years later, I’ve finally got around to developing all the film I shot on the trip. I’m posting them here rather than individually for a few reasons. Mostly becau…
Posted over 4 years – 7 comments


It’s an odd fact but the further into the future we get, as we become complacent about phones that know where our friends are, or WiFi on airplanes (or even airplanes for that matter) the more likely it is that you can sell something ‘old’ that’s totally obsolete, and possibly pointless to someone for a very high price. / “Here’s an industrial bakelite resistor…
Posted over 4 years – 9 comments
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