@ the Canterbury Exhibition, there was an interesting N Gauge micro Layout. The link below displays a short video.
The following sequence of drawings show a sequence of fiddleyard operations on Trefeglwvs Road
The first part of the sequence allows the engine to run around it's train, keeping both the locomotive and it's train, in this case two coaches the same way around. This is more Prototypical
than turning the whole train around!
A similar process will be used when running around the pick up goods train, but it will be slightly more complex because of the requirement to change the brake v
I recently been hacked, and for a short while, untill I had removed the virus I was getting unorthorised adverts when viewing RMWeb. One of these was for brest enlargegments at a clinic in Bulgaria.
I don't think the infection passed to RMWeb or anyone else, but it might be a good idea to check! I had a unauthorised plug-in installed on my web browser.
The infection came from a software download server of a large software company, which has a footsy 100 listing in London.
Whilst I was in Shrewsbury on Thursday, I made a short divertion the Caresws to take some pictures around the staion area, including the light railway buildings and structures still standing.
Firstly the light Railway locomotive shed, from many viewpoints.
And then the light railway staion, still complete with most of it's platform.
Next the cottages, built for the staff of the light railway, now much moderised.
The culvert which carried the light railway