THE LAZY DAYS RAILWAY
A 45mm Gauge Railway built by
Phil and Sue Vose
All photographs courtesy of Phil Vose.
The Latest News Update:
The Lazy Days Railway is a 45mm gauge line with continuous running and shunting facilities and is raised above ground level by approximately 400mm for about half of its length and is at ground level over the rest of the line. There is no track power on this line.
A substantial task is currently underway at the Lazy Days Railway to create the new Freight Yard and roadway, but, as can be seen above, it is beginning to take shape.
The Lazy Days Flagman Gets to Work
And, the early stages of the new town development may be seen, above.
Phil tells us that there are, however, still local concerns about the nearby Indian reservation. A new sheriff has arrived and his office/jaihouse is being built next to Fiffe’s Saloon, which is one of the new businesses opening in the newly developing town of “Boulders End”, and is seen below.
It is expected to be a month or more before all this work is done,
and for the God fearing folk, a church is being built.
More news will follow, so stay tuned .......
Phil has made a radio controlled Guard. Seen above and below, the caboose is fitted with radio control gear and the servo operates the arm of the guard. Prior to leaving the station the guard can wave the flag (controlled from a transmitter).
Earlier News ...
A New Freight Yard and Town Development is Being Built at "Boulders End"