The last few days work means that the goods warehouse to the rear of the layout is pretty much finished with the exception of some weathering, downpipes, ground cover etc. etc.
From viaduct level you get a good view of the entrance which has some detail inside with loading platform, some internal walls and various notice boards cut from the Scalescenes goods shed kit. I'm wondering about the area around the signal box. I'd originally thought about adding a water tower into the scene but think this may dominate too much, also I'm not sure how many suburban stations would really have had watering facilities. Any ideas anyone?
Swinging around you can see the mainline which will be on a bridge over the road and the lower level vehicle access. The opposite side of the road to the retaining wall will have the passenger entrance to the platforms and the current plan is the show the one end of the station canopy, a typical GER 'saw tooth' arrangement on each platform (think Liverpool St - Chingford route).
To the right of the warehouse I'm looking at another warehouse, but this time facing the canal rather than the railway. I'm tempted to also put in a hydraulic accumulator tower!