Realising that NGSE is rapidly approaching, more work on the new fiddle yard was needed. So I arranged to borrow the church hall for a couple of hours on Monday afternoons to get some track laid. We got underway, fitting the rest of the edge of board screws….
And had the first track down by the end of the afternoon….
Brian was making a concerted effort to become Cha(I)rman by making the tea, but also recorded our progress. Hopefully we didn’t say anything rude whilst on camera!
And a couple of inspirational shots….
This could be Raysden or Peter’s new module (an ex-GWR railcar set somewhere near Bournemouth. This set was used to check clearances over a wide area post-nationalisation)….
And remember, buildings don’t need to be square….
And another ‘bargain’. At $50 each from the States, it would have been rude not to, even with the import VAT.