Bill’s N scale update

Bill’s been in touch again – his last post is here is you want to follow the thread.

“Hi all. This is some updated pics from my n gauge layout.Gerskiville.

Been a couple mnths since I sent in some updated pics.

I’ll put in one old puck and a bunch of new ones.

The cliffs of gerskiville are up and almost finished.need some trees yet.

If installed a stairway and walk path that go behind the falls.

You’ll notice alot of the houses I bought from you.

And I’m in the process of building a high banked dirt racetrack facility.on the outskirts of gerskiville.

Beginning soon to install the track I’m still gathering all the materials to do so.darn turnouts are exspensive.

The cliffs are really shaping up,alot of familiar houses .added a little man made fishing pound.a couple of piers in the lake.

There’s alot goin on here and I hope you all enjoy the pics.


(All images are clickable)

n scale poster scene

n scale waterfall bridge

n scael cliff face waterfall

n scale girder bridge

n scale waterfall

n scale waterfall

n scael town scene

n scael town scene

n scael houses

n scael houses

n scael waterfall

n scael houses

A huge thanks to Bill.

I think he’s done a fantastic job on his cliff face. The same goes for the houses he’s made from the print-out-scenery range.

As you all know, I love seeing a layout emerge from the choas of a table and some track. Well done, Bill, looking forward to the next update!

And if you want to get your hands dirty like Bill, the Beginner’s Guide is here.

Lastly, here’s the lastest update from Dangerous Dave:

“HI Al, just downloaded part 4 of my building the new layout, a few tips on there… long way to go yet, but gradually getting there…



Latest ebay cheat sheet is here.

That’s all for today folks, please do keep ’em coming.



11 Responses to Bill’s N scale update

  1. Arthur Bedford says:

    Two points about underlay and static grass.I you go to your local builders merchant you can by a pack of cork floor tiles very cheaply and each tile will give you about 6 lengths of 00 size pieces to lay under your track. With static grass , You can buy a little electric fly swatter from your local pound shop, and replace the swatter with a large metal strainer and use this to spread your static grass

  2. Warren Ferguson says:

    Bill, your rock face and waterfalls are beautiful. Please send more pics as you progress. Thanks for posting!
    Warren, AL, USA

  3. Erick says:

    Pretty neat that some like i am doing.

  4. Ron McCauley says:

    Where are the trains?

  5. Wm althaus says:

    Really enjoy the detail you have put into your scenery. Very nice blend of colors and plants. Gives a good dose of realism! Looking forward to future pictures as you get your track in place and have the trains rolling.

    Bill from Virginia USA

  6. Stephen D Gispanski says:

    To soon to say that, it’s like saying where’s the beef lol to funny. And the layout is looking good. Like to see the whole layout once you get everything on the table. Are you done with all the water and waterfalls? Looking good man, looking good. Keep up the good work.
    SDG St.Petersburg Florida USA

  7. Benjamin Wright says:

    Looking good Bill! I agree, turnouts are expensive! Why is that?

  8. Skip Leib says:

    Scenery reminds me of Nova Scotia….

  9. Hi Dave well I couldn’t tell the difference on the grass applicators the only difference is the money left in your pocket lol

    So the 15-pound one works for me oh love the back scenes mate they look really good
    thanks for sharing

  10. Great water

  11. DJfromNJ says:

    Nice work, Bill. Congrats on the humanizing action you have incorporated into your layout. The trail under the waterfall is very well done, and adds a ton of interest to an already impressive layout.
    Looking forward to your next update!

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