I might remember to put photos on this time
After wiping everything out and getting back to the bare minimum I really needed to disguise the fact this is just a round circle of track.
So I came up with this:-
John Wiffen (Scalescenes) came up with a quick aqueduct kit, no instructions and I did a lot of playing about with it, but I think it's come out rather well.
The railings are a ratio kit.
Now do I leave the backscene that high or do I cut it down so it sits jus
Well, after much messing about and numerous redesigns, I've actually got something to show!
I did the usual thing of trying to cram too much into too small a space, then sat down and actually thought about what I actually wanted.
This layout was supposed to be small and simple purely to run my OO locos on, it didn't need anything else.
So I removed all the sidings apart from one which will be hidden behind the back scene, as this was only put on so I could have a straight piece of track
I Can't believe it's been that long ago since I did anything on this.
Sorry I can't give an update as there is none.
The baseboards and legs are made but it's all sitting in the loft, not doing very much.
Time and space have taken priority, so not too sure if I will ever get this past the baseboard stage.
I've moved to a bigger room and seem to have less space!!
The OO Wold's-End layout is also in the loft, really need to get that down so I can at least run my OO locos.
Well, both 'Wold's-End's' layouts are so called finished, Yep I know there are things that could be improved, but they seemed to go down ok at Mansfield exhibition, although I did have to point out that they were the same!
I have the roundy Thomas and friends layout, so I can give the N-gauge locos a good run round on that when required.
What I don't have is a OO roundy layout to give the OO locos a stretch of the legs when required.
When I say required I do actually mean I can't be bot