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The idea come from taking the best of layouts I seen and operated over the years whilst Chairman of Beckenham & West Wickham Model Railway Club, and working within the S&T for Network Rail at Waterloo.
With Horton operating with DCC, there was no question that it was going to be DCC operated. We had got most of the layout built and then it turns to legs… We had issues before with 2x1 legs that were not fitting or keeping the layout steady for Horton. At first I was uncertain, but once we had the first board up it was nicer working height and for operating. After getting the layout home it was time to set up the boards in the garage for corking and then track laying. After I had laid a large amount of track, I had to think what I am going to use over the board joints to align the track.
Having used different methods in the past, this time I started off by cutting away the sleeper edge to drill a hole for screws to go in as close to the rail as possible.
Five months have passed and now Ebsworth Street has had wiring and extra scene and detail work completed. I have kept the wiring simple, so anyone can look underneath of the baseboards to see what’s going on and where it’s going.
All this came about after helping with the wiring up of Horton after its rebuild, which showed up some problems when we were fault finding.
So Paul had another idea on how to make it easier to fault find on my layout by using PCB with the two wires soldered to it and an insulating cut between them placed underneath the track block joint.

I have only just started working on the platform area, marking out with paper and then with a pencil on the side of a MK3 Coach in the middle and let the pencil do the work for me marking the platform edge for clearance. Once I have done that I will use the Metcalfe station kit for the brickwork which will save making or cutting brick paper.
I hope Ebsworth Street will continue progress and be apart of exhibition circuit to promote the club and show what we have to offer as a club and our layouts. The first plan was for an 8ft by 2ft Diesel depot for locos, but I have a liking for Voyagers, HST’s and Units.
So we paired six 2ft by 4ft boards in to three pairs and that had to be 45” wide to fit in the back of the car.
This had stopped the layout moving and given the legs more strength on holding the layout steady.
Over the years I could say that my track lying was bad, but if you don’t try you will not get any better and helping with the rebuilding of Horton and track laying on Beckwick I have improved. I included sixteen houses a signal box, office blocks and accessories that I had been buying for many years to finally put on my layout that was coming along nicely. When building the boards I had put in alignment dowels to keep it level, but that doesn’t always guarantee the alignment of the track across the boards. With 37 core cables on each base board it was hard to place a meter on and get a voltage reading. Then wires from the PCB to the 37 way cable with plugs to connect the baseboards up together.

Next will be to place them on the layout and see how they fit and any sanding down or cutting away can then be done for board joints and point work.
Ebsworth Street recreates a small main line terminus station with 3 platforms running from London via the main line. With spinning the last board around it also gives space for operating the layout from the side.
Track lying was fun and the more I did it the more I was working on the layout in my spare time.
With Horton not up this has kept me active and shows new members what you can do and learn from the club. As most layouts try and fit in as much as you can I decided it would get us the opportunity to plan for scenes to fit in with the layout plan.
After looking in my box of many things, (known to the rest of us as the ‘crap box’ – TP) I started on the scenery and over a weekend I had completed 6ft..

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