Here's the first image of a design I've been working on for my first layout on returning to the hobby after many years.
It's a fictitious mid-1930s GWR branch line terminus (yes, I know - another one...)
Trackwork is all Peco Streamline and all points are large radius so that it can be constructed from Bullhead (correct 4mm scale) track.
The station design compresses together elements from various prototypes and I have an imagined history behind it, which I might expand upon.
The model will use some of Iain Rice's ideas (as you can no doubt see) and will be mounted at around eye level.
I have drawn point rodding runs, following KNP's recent advice to plan it in advance, but I have not yet attempted to work out the signalling.
I'd love to hear from you if you can see mistakes or opportunities for improvement but please bear in mind the constraints of space and the deliberate foreshortening of depth.
Edited by Harlequin, 08 January 2018 - 09:26 .