A quick bit of house keeping before we start:
Today is the last day you can buy the Beginner’s Guide and the roundhouse print-out for just $19.
If you want it, please grab it here today.
Some of you have asked where you can buy the roundhouse on its own, which has left me scratching my head.
When I put it in the store, it’ll be $19 on its own, with no bonuses.
Many of you already have the Beginner’s Guide, and have bought it again just for the roundhouse and the bonuses – and that’s completely fine. Up to you.
But just so there’s no cross wires – today is the last day.
Tomorrow this offer will have closed, so please grab it here if you want it.
To those that have it, thanks a mill for supporting the site, I can’t wait to see it on a layout!
And now on to Phil:
I thought I would share an update on my WW1 railway. If you recall it is set somewhere in the south of England in 1918.
A couple of things that I think worked well were adding balloons and elements of the grand fleet to the back scene. You can see this in the photos. I just downloaded some images and resized them to suit
I have also added an airfield with plane landing.
You will see I have installed the Oxford Rail railway gun in a siding which doubles as a small military camp. I have decided it is too much trouble to actually get the gun to run with the clearances it requires
The eagle eyed will see a loco running a signal. Working signalling is on the to do list
A huge thanks to Phil.
As long time readers will know, I do love a theme behind a layout. For me, it brings it to life. There’s only one thing I enjoy more – an update! So today’s post ticks all the boxes for me.
Hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And don’t forget, today is the very last day for my ‘thank-you’ offer: The Beginner’s Guide, the roundhouse, and lots of other bonuses.
Course, I’m biased, but you’d be mad to pass on it – it’s a real steal.
PPS Here’s what the roundhouse looks like if you missed the post: