Who would have thought that, to build a model train layout, one would need to be "Multi Skilled". Firstly as a "Carpenter" to do the bench work, a "Ganger" to do track laying, "Electrician" for the electrics, a "Landscaper" to do the scenery, a "Builder" for the buildings which will take their place somewhere on the layout, and a "Train Driver, Station Master and Guard" to operate the train.
Since my previous blog I have put two of these skills into action.
Upon receiving an email from Kim, with details of his Bridge Pylons, I looked at mine and decided to redo them from plaster coated Polystyrene to Plastic Sheet Styrene. There was a time when I thought how high are these pylon, and decided that my height is right for me, because at this time the river was on the rise due to heavy rain's on the Southern Highlands.
At the same time I have been adding to the second Service Station in order to get it finished. Some things have stalled me at times, while I try and work out what was where. Modellers licence may need to be applied here, and if I don't tell you, you will never know !!