Lost In Transit……..

A friend and follower of the website recently asked why I hadn’t mentioned Bleddfa Roads appearance in the latest issue of the ‘Model Railway Journal’ No. 281. Well I did when editing and proof reading my last post, but for some reason the draft copy, rather than the completed one was published by mistake. Why that happened I couldn’t say, most likely an oversight on my part, but then again several things on the website haven’t been working normally. Such as the site taking ages to load, readers being unable to comment, the list goes on. When checking for solutions to the problems I’m told that I should consider paying to upgrade the website, and purchase a domain. Cheap enough to do for the first year and then the price shoots up, as they say ‘you don’t get owt for nowt’. To be honest I would rather spend my pension on something else, so I’m a checking other web hosts. Anyway having made my excuses this is the missing text from “Landscaping with Static Grass”……….

Before I sign off, I was recently asked if I might be interested in writing a two part article about Bleddfa Road for the ‘Model Railway Journal’. The first instalment explains the thinking and planning behind the project, and the second will feature the completed layout”.

Geoff

6 thoughts on “Lost In Transit……..

  1. “ Cheap enough to do for the first year and then the price shoots up, as they say ‘you don’t get owt for nowt’. To be honest I would rather spend my pension on something else, so I’m a checking other web hosts.”

    What makes you think other options will be very different?

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      1. That’s an interesting idea: converting the blog into a more magazine like update (I hope that’s the right term). I’m always such a fan not just of the work you produce but your approach.

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      2. Hi Chris it is always a pleasure to hear from you.

        Thank you for your kind comments about my work and my approach to modelling. Three years ago I experimented with a digital publishing platform called ‘ Issuu’ and published the ‘Llangunllo Files’ as a flip book. The idea showed promise but didn’t take off at the time, nevertheless I am tempted to give it another go.

        Geoff

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