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I've always loved countryside, the vast amount of grassy area, etc, and I decided thats what I'm going to try and create on this layout, with perhaps a pub along a quiet road. As you know, for few weeks I was not able to play with my trains because the two boards were sitting in the middle of the room so that I could work on the engine yard with access from all round the board to make the job easier, seeing it was going to be in the corner of the room. A bit of a update:Over the last few days I did more ballasting on the tracks leading to the engine yard on another board and have painted it in Yard Filth texture paint, as before. A way of making oil spills and leaks is pouring (yes pouring !) gloss black paint where you want the oil, when dry just go over it with some varnish. I am pleased to say that I have finished with the engine yard - as in all tracks are ballasted, painted, weathered etc on the second board having been done in the last couple of weeks, and I have to say its looking good!Even when the locomotives are sitting in the yard, it doesn't look small, and thats just what I wanted. As oil spills were mentioned, about how to do it, I said I used a liquid called Black Concentrate (by Geoscenics) which gives an effect of oil looking shiny and sits between the two rails but it isnt too black.
Now that the engine yard is completed, as I said this morning, I took some photos to show you how it looks today. What other complaints or mutterings did you hear Phill as information like that is good feedback to try and make sure we dont make similar mistakes.
I heard people mutter about the lack of space to actually see the layouts, due to the amount of people its to be expected. What i did se and maybe a good idea was someone had built a Loco from scratch usng card and you had to guess the weight, this was free to do and if you won you got a gift voucher.
Right now its being dried, so still got a bit more work to do with it, ie weathering, etc, to match the rest of the engine yard.
Its a good one, but I have been using something else to create oil spills - a liquid called Black Concentrate (by Geoscenics) - just a case of using a small brush and dap some of it on the tracks where you want oil spills to be.
Now its a case of adding details over the time, ie oil drums etc, as I make more progress with the rest of the layout.
When we arrived the parking was in a field across the road but we noticed loads of cars going out of it more than going in.
Also some of the guys on the exnibits where asking people to move away from the layouts as they where being knocked.

Having a quiet road would be perfect as it would allow me to create a small track leading to a small railway staff car park I was planning to be located next to the footpath crossing.
All ballasting have now been done - thank god - so it's now a case of weathering all tracks all over the layout, ie adding oils where locomotives would have stood while waiting, etc. I've added more grass along the coaling stage line yesterday, and left it overnight for the glue to dry. There are one or two bits to finish off, ie adding more grass etc between the coaling stage line and the backdrop (you will see what I mean in the photos below). We stayed in a place called Leysin and one of the best trips we had was to Montroux on the train.
Of course I have to take into account the disused line I planned next to the curved sidings as mentioned before. Two other boards (Welton West station) were put together again today after few weeks, giving me 4 boards & fiddle yard to play with trains for a bit.
I added some of it in my engine yard the other week or so, and the effect can be seen in some of the earlier photos, or to save your time from scrolling back, I've repeated one of the photos below: You can see the shiny bits between the rails - thats the black concentrate liquid i used. Should finish off the grass today and then I'll take some photos to show you the new progress. Also nothing in life is pure black, just grades of black".So hopefully that is just what I've achieved! That will be worked on in the next few days as I aim to finish off all scenics around the engine yard so that I can move on to other parts of the layout.
Anyhow off i went and saw a Marque in front of the building and a sign saying BBQ and 2nd Marque at the rear. First we traveled down the mountain on the rack railway before changing to the mainline for a run along the shores of lake Genieva.
Not alot of info written up on the exhibits as well, so you had to ask and some just where not interested in answering. I have this picture in my mind of how I would like to try and create, but when it comes to putting it on the board, its hard to work it out, so I'm going to do it one thing at a time and try and build it up and see if I can achieve it in the space I have. Sometimes this week the two final boards (Welton Central station) will be attached too, then I'll finally have a proper layout to play with again and can start on the scenic part of the layout.

It was packed but i think that was mainly to do with the fact the marquise where not that wide or long for that matter. Also a big problem was kids running riot, thats a no no for a start, lot of sweat and tears, not to forget money tied up in these layouts we do.
One thing's for sure, I would like a hill with a gentle slope towards the sidings & main line from where the point switches are.
No photos yet, but will take some photos shortly to show you the new progress of the engine yard tracks on the other board. Loads where leaving quite quickly muttering about there being a lack of something but loads of others?.
I did hear one guy say that his layout had been running for a few hours and thats why he would not run anymore for a while, . Also it's so that it protects everyone working in the engine yard from accidently wandering onto the main line!You will notice in some photos I've put up more white backdrop, this is so that I do not have that garage brickwall making the layout unrealistic and bring the layout alive. Said he had been testing for a couple of hours before it opened and his controls where getting hot. So to make a start on creating this, I have to make a wall around the point switches to raise the ground and it'll be a starting point to building a hill. There were one or two layouts that got me hook and it has kinda of given me ideas for my new layout, the one I want to create to be shown at exhibtions. Keeping it white means I would be keeping the layout simple and clean, easy to look at etc, as you can see in the photos. No disrespect to those who do N on here i find them interesting and love reading and seeing how you do the layout etc but why did they not put a even amount of OO on display.
Now i am no David Baily, more like Peter when he has had a few, wobbly and unable to focus .

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