A picture of Steve's 'Hesperus' model that he is going to donate to the CS museum.


I’m happy to report that our Weston board and Col Stephens Way signage are still untouched by vandals after nearly two years.

We’re now well on the way to a board for Clevedon, and already have a grant towards the cost from Clevedon Town Council.

The newly  installed and unveiled Portishead interpretation board. The board was unveiled this morning (29 October) in bright sunshine by local BBC weather girl Jemma Cooper before a good sized crowd of WC&P Railway Group members and members of Portishead in Bloom, and a few others.


A photograph we never thought would be taken. Terrier 32670 arrives at Robersbridge on the RVR with a train of vintage stock

Photo Ross Shimmon


Photo of the ground works for the new carriage shed at Rolvenden  Too late for TC .

It appears to be massive! The mysterious benefactor has apparently coughed up £0.5 million towards it.

Cheers, Ross


Colin Shutt driving his replica Ford railmotor during the Derwent Valley Railway's centenary celebrations last month


The Colonel Stephens Museum at Tenterden on the KESR, showing off its new canopy


A timeless street view - through the window of the tram workshop at Crich on members weekend


3plank and 5 plank ex-LMS wagons, 7mm scale built by the late Peter Hingley.


A 7mm model of a Corrall's wagon as recorded in use on the Selsey Tramway, complete with a 'Last Vehicle' board in lieu of a brake van.

Ross Shimmon


Close-up of 353 at Earls Court  -   Chris Jackson


The 'Porthole Bug Box' at Boston Lodge. The CSS donated to the paint fund. Its finished in CS Green but I suspect a little finer than the Colonel would have ever seen. The carriage has taken its place in the Heritage Fleet and will be prominent in the several Steam 150 events this coming summer.

Iain A Fraser


"Severn". I scratchbuilt the loco for a friend in 2005 and he has just returned it to me for potential use on my new layout.

I painted it but my friend added the lettering - I'm not sure about that. He wouldn't let me weather it either.

Bob Alderman