Wayne’s been back in touch.
If you missed his first post, you can get up to speed here, it’s a real belter.
He’s been in the wars – he’s not been well at all but he’s still managed to dedicate part of his layout to his late brother-in-law:
“I haven’t done much on the layout except some small things.
I built a unloading rack for the tank cars, a yard office, cleaned the town of splattered plaster, and turned one store into a real estate office.
My sister and her husband own one. He passed away about two weeks ago, so now they have a place on the set. I got a couple more lights hooked up, and figured out how to soldier those ( 2 hairs and air ) wire together, without melting the wire.
I saw the post you did on some of the stuff I had sent you.
Please tell your readers, thank you for all the kind and helpful comments they posted.
I have a lot to learn, and not to long to do it.
My tank cars needed a way to unload to the tanks for the fuel distributor.
For such a little item I had to spend hours makeing it. It still needs to be weathered, that I can do later.
If you see anything I missed let me know.
Now on to Cassio.
He was man of very few words, but thanks to the online translation sites, he’s now a man of some words!
I send another movie made with Union Pacific locomotives in Bragança Layout.
I hope you enjoy sharing it with your followers.
A big thanks to Wayne and Cassio.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And if Wayne or Cassio has inspired you, the Beginner’s Guide is here.