I have set myself the aim of exhibiting Kingsbridge this year. I am not sure if this is a good or bad thing. Here's the job list I think it needs to be OK (not finished!)
- Complete station board, including the major buildings and structures. I might ignore a few secondary buildings if I run short of time
- Get the second loco converted to DCC with a digihat
- Complete the third scenic board
- Complete wiring of boards.
- build a control panel- stud and probe for now
- get backscenes printed
- build a cassette fiddle yard
- do at least some of the fencing
- ensure there is enouch stock to run a timetable and write it
- Fit DG couplings to both engines and some of the stock, probably just the B-sets and split the wagons into cuts of 3-4 for basic shunting.
- Fit and wire the electro magnets in the yard.
- build some bloody legs!
- Build lighting rig
- finish second flight case
- test run at least 2 full opperating sessions
Do you think this is possible by June/July? Is there anything on the above list that I could ditch and what would be top priority, after finishing station and wiring.
This is the "ready" bit, minus photographic backscene.
I will get pics of the reallt unfinished bits this week.