oh how we dread those words i got home to SWMBO'd place where dunchurch castle was in the garage seems two of the grandsons had gained access last week and i noticed three of the points had serious damage i.e. trashed not being a happhy bunny is putting it lightly as the layout had been constructed with mostly available materials. its now sat down here in london pending the desicion to relay the track with 2 mm finescale in fact i have most of the materials for that too
Well after a night pondering the track plan i realised it would be very restrictive so I added a loop.
as per Ver2
Then spent the day in the garage with drill and jig saw screws and track results in the attached pics Track is fully laid on double sided tape . point motors fitted the big holes are to allow the point motors to fit and will be covered with card tomorrows plan it to do some scenery templates then its off back to london with it in the car hope fully by next weekend trai
After a long time working on Grandborough and getting frustraited with my lack of progress I had a clear up of old bits n bobs and found just about enough N gauge bits to put a small fiddle yard to terminus layout together.
So here is the history of Dunchurch castle
When the Rugby and Grandborough first surveyed the route between the two towns they would have to go through the earl of dunchurch's estate. well he was not too impressed untill he realised he could insist the build a short bran