Apart from problems with 0-6-0 shunters stalling on the 3-way 'king' point, all is going well with the layout so far. Thus tempting fate, I hope to start sawing the plywood sides of the viaduct level to-day, plus re-number a Dapol '73', and try and see where the shunters are losing power on the afore-mentioned point. I posed some rolling stock this morning for a 'vacuum-braked wagon-load' photo-shoot to send to a chum, which might be of interest, working along the layout from 'north to south':
The sherry tubes are where the grain/flour/sugar silos will be, the cardboard boxes the warehouses, to help with sight-lines. I know the Sussex Weald was hardly a 'hub' for sugar-refining, but I could not resist the wagons. Sorry about the lurid 'flash' lighting! The milk tank and PMV is where the passenger station will be (track yet to be found and purchased).