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Blog · 17. January 2022
The Gauge 1 Garden Railway has had privet and trees planted on the outside of its fencing. When these have grown up the fencing will be taken down and used elsewhere.

Blog · 11. January 2022
Some of the Evergreens members started off the New Year with a vengeance, and were busy each day apart from one day when it rained. Hats off, and thank you to them. *** *** *** *** *** ***

Blog · 03. January 2022
1st of January each year is an informal gathering (we named 'Frostbite') for members of the club to meet up, bring an engine for a run if they wish, chat, have hot drinks and food and renew membership for the coming year. This year the weather was very mild and 25 attended. 'Black Adder' and Class 20 ran on the 7.25" track, and 'JJ' ran on the 5" gauge. The photos show two of the younger Evergreen members driving on the 7.25". A gentle pleasant day, thanks all. (Thank you to two of our members...

Blog · 06. December 2021
It was fantastic that the railway was able to welcome Santa again. Happy faces and good cheer abounded, and of course Santa just had to have a ride on the trains!

Blog · 28. November 2021
The Gauge 1 Garden Railway has a gazebo for shelter.

Blog · 17. November 2021
Preparing for Santa's visit on 4th December, with the Grotto having a lick of paint to its roof.

Blog · 02. November 2021
Octobers open day had some Halloween decorations around the site, with some members dressing-up too. To Rosie & Chris Woolston, and Simon Pugh, a big "thank you" for coming along to run with their engines, delighted to see them once again. The day was a little grey and damp, but we got prepared/set-up ready for the day. At 10:30 am trains started running for the few passengers that had decided to chance the weather. But ..... Darker clouds came in and suddenly, whoosh ..... the wind blew a...

Blog · 17. October 2021
Saturday saw this Super Simplex arrive at Evergreens, a new purchase by a club member. After a general look-over a steaming took place all seemed in order and several laps of the track were undertaken.

Blog · 11. October 2021
Further infrastructure development. Track work for carriage sheds.

Blog · 04. October 2021
On the Gauge 1, Garden Railway, a particularly nicely made and good looking girder bridge has been built by one of the clubs members.

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