Brian’s been in touch again with an update on his shelf layout:
“Hi Al, thought I would send a few photos of my layout taken from different ends of the layout room.
The layout is coming along nicely and must just continue with the ground cover on the rest of it (new section) Bottom level will be done at a later stage when the top level is complete. (In case of dropping things onto it while working on the top level.
First photo is looking at the layout from the new section with the sawmill in the middle back.
Second photo is taken from the roof of the sawmill looking towards the new section (Hillside).
Size of the room is 14 foot by 10 foot 6 inches. Layout is all HOn3. Top level is a logging operation. It will not join up with the lower level.
As seen in these photos, the top level now continues around the room. The lift out section can be seen in front of the glass door in the bottom photo on the right hand side.
Gone is the ‘U’ shaped point to point layout on the top level.
Cheers for now
just uploaded my latest Work in Progress video, shows the shed I have built, the Fordhampton Loco Depot, or as we call them a TMD shed, from that kit I showed last week, also the main thing I have named the stations, picked from the many suggestions, think they fit well… Stig Halt, as my wife`s reputation at driving, she got nicknamed the Stig on Youtube , and of course Rippingdale Juction ..refers to me, always ripping up the layout at starting with changes on a regular basis…
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A big thanks to Brian and Dave – both Hall of Fame members.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
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