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)
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, seeing as quite a few of you mailed me on Dave’s post yesterday, here’s another from Dangerous Dave and the archives:
“Hi Alastair, Well I got there, just completed and uploaded the video showing the completion of the layout.
After doing various alterations to my layout I can now say it has been completed, I have included a few tips again, and tried over this series to show more or less how to build a layout, with a good many tips to make it easie, along with saving money… and yes Tonys is open again, got a special licence, the Judge was a member of the club.
That’s all for today folks. Thanks to Bill and Dave.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide is here, if you want to stop dreaming, and start doing.