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This track underlay is made from a very good quality weatherproof foam and is resistant to UV light decay (making it suitable for inside or outside layouts). I'm using Gaugemaster's (Noch's) ballast underlay which is a doodle to use and makes running so much quieter. I need to have a few more running sessions in here before I can say I am satisfied with the layout and finish.

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It is not effected by solvents, glues, oil, etc, which makes it ideal for model railway use. You're not meant to use it as it is for points but I've manage to get it looking, and more importantly working, okay but it does take some adjusting as due to the sleeper configuration, they don't sit in the precut sleeper grooves and if you are not careful you can end up with lumpy points.
It'll give you plenty of interest in train operation.Are you using insulfrog or live frog points? Yes please on the pics of stock The head shunt really needs to be extended as long as possible. There are still a couple of areas where the running is not quite good enough but this will come with fettling and time. In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois). This caused me a few issues, warping, instability, difficulty in joining and a lack of depth underneath for point motors and dropping the landscape for waterways and ponds etc.
The layout is dc but by using the foam ballast underlay it will be relatively easy to adapt it to dcc if I ever decide to go that route.I apologise for the poor quality photos. Here is a shot with the existing station,  platform and loco shed temporarily placed to give an overview of the layout.So now to move onto some structures in and around the station. Postage and packaging charges for returning goods will not be refunded for none faulty items. Plus space was an issue in our current property and even though we are selling, now the diy was completed, I had the modelling bug bad again.After spending a month or two pondering my options yet seemingly just going around in circles, we came up with an idea. I bought Terrier Waddon last week just cos it looked good but I'm now starting to wonder how much running it'll actually get. I knew I wanted to stick with the original 8 by 3 plan but would want to extend it if our new property allowed so thought why not reduce the layout to a 5ft length and then add another board when space allowed to complete the original plan the extension could be another 4 or 5ft board giving a total length of upto 10ft eventually.As the original plan consisted of a town, station, industry and sidings area on the left 4ft board and a countryside, village, farm area on the right 4ft it would mean choosing just one half and allowing an extra foot for the return curve.
As ?60 is a bit too much for an ornament in my book I'm considering seeing if I can exhange it at the shop for a Q1. At ?3.50 entry and lots of stalls it promised much but sadly failed to deliver (for an N gauger like me at any rate).
For some strange reason, I decided not to build them solely from the Metcalfe stone platform kits. Item(s) condition: All returns must be in the same condition as shipped (with all packing if new and in packing) Please note if an item is lost or damaged, a refund may be given after a claim has been made with the shipping company. I did have a last minute change of configuration here but as I ran out of underlay, I couldn't finish them so I'll have to wait before I can test this new arrangement. Whilst its true there was a large selection in OO, there were only 3 stalls with anything in N and even then we were only talking not much bigger than a tea tray size selection.
As the picture below shows, I have use foamboard glued down with Rocket glue to build the base form & structure. I would build it in such a way that although it will, in its current form, be a self contained layout, I could easy modify the right hand end to extend the run back to the original design.I should at this point explain that I do not get overly worried about being strictly prototypically accurate as long as it looks right to my eye.

Basically, and going clockwise, as you pass into the sidings you have a bay platform on the left, then two goods sidings, the nearest one to the station with a goods shed, then a service siding which will house staithes, water tower etc, at the end of the siding line, a y point into a twin road loco shed, to the right of which is a private siding to the industry (a brewery and either a dairy or something similar) and finally on the right, back near the main track, a headshunt which will probably be lengthened a bit. The terrier just because I can use it for passenger, local goods and shunting on your layout. My preferred era is the steam of the 1930s to 1960s and populated with a mixtue of Great Western and Southern Railway with some BR stock. I picked up 3 DVDs (Southern Lines, Great Western Lines and South West railway journeys) and 4 Peco wagons (2 SR cattle wagons, a GWR box van and SR brake van).I did leave feeling a little frustrated so ending up popping into Addlestone models where I got another pack of Gaugemaster ballasted underlay so I can finish of the sidings on the new layout, some light loco lubricating oil, a pack of milk churns and some platform accessories in the form of a pack of mixed luggage and trolleys. The elevation of the rail due to the added depth of the underlay, meant I needed to aim for 14mm platform height.The track and ballast was given a quick blast over with the airbrush using Railmatch’s Sleeper Grime. Oh and did I mention its N gauge.Here are photos of the original boards to give an idea of the track plan.
A final stop at my local Hobby Craft to pick up some foam board rounding the day off nicely.
The left hand side will feature the town over the curves whilst the right hand countryside end was to have a hillside with tunneI over the outside loop.The new 5ft by 3ft board was pre-cut from an 8 by 4ft sheet of 6mm WBP external ply with 4inch strips being used the make the frame. This was then given a wash and some dry brushing before being cut into 14mm stripes and glued to the foamboard structure.For the platform tops, I looked at various methods but finally settled for using the asphalt sheets in the Metcalfe platform kits.
Other upcoming jobs include getting the wood to create the backboard and frame for the raised town section, starting the enbankment along the back, making a LOT of trees and starting on creating the platforms. Never mind, there’s always tomorrow.I'll leave you a picture of Waddon and a promise that the next update will include some more on the layout.
Its the Metcalfe country station which I modified by covering in their dressed stone paper.Next, I turned my attention to the station building. Once this was constucted using wood glue and nails & staples, the cross pieces had a 2in deep by 6mm wide slot cut into them from underneath.
The platform side was fitted with some spare flagstones and the bargeboards and canopy posts were painted GW cream. Then a lengthwise brace had similar slots cut and was slotted in down the centre of the frame. I was debating what finish to use for the front of the station and have now settled on paving the area. After drilling, counter sinking and screwing the top board to the frame, the whole structure was giving a good coat of quick drying satin varnish. It’s raised up to the same height as the platform and therefore needs some steps down to road level. Once I have decided on the fencing, walling and gate arrangement for this area, I can proceed.The furthest end from the platform throat is going to butt up against the tunnel mouth leading under the town so the Peco bridge mouth was next to recieve the hairy brush treatment. I used a mixture of greys and stone colours, washes and dry brushing to get a mixed, grimyish feel.

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