Got a liking for class 37s so expect to see them a plenty in various liveries.
I like the sound of this.
I stopped railway modelling about 18 years ago when the newly expanded family moved into the current house and house renovation and family life took priority. A recent loft clear out led to a rediscovery of my N-gauge bits and a reawakening of interest.
I never got round to building a layout all those years ago but when a layout does eventually get built, it will be a fictitious location in the north of England near the border with Scotland set around 1988 to 1995. Most of my locos are Poole era Farish 37's in BR blue or Large logo BR but a Regional Railways and RFD have crept in, all repaints. The next most numerous are Lima 86's, 4 of them all repainted either RES or RFD with new pantographs but I'm not sure if they will still run.
There will be 2 Class 60's and 2 Class 26's, both 26's will be on engineering duties hauling a mixture of kit built wagons. I have around 25 kits to build, mostly from the N-gauge Society but also Ian Stoate Models and John Grey.
Carriages will be a mix of BR blue and grey and Regional Railways MK2, the RR are conversions using TPM inlays and transfers (how very retro).
I plan to have a 125 HST set with Intercity swallow livery and also a Class 91, maybe a 90 or two as well.
A blue and grey 101 and Regional Railways 158 complete the stock, not sure if I will get any more DMU's as I prefer locos but never say never.