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The following photos may give you some idea of why this particular layout, one of the smallest at the show, drew so much attention. The buildings are kit-bashed American buildings but are so prototypical of those found around Leeds in the 1950's - the period in which the layout is based.
I felt overall, the show wasn't as good as the Gateshead one I visited last November although facilities in the hall were excellent and it was never too crowded but still had a steady and healthy flow of visitors. Unfortunately, I can't remember the name of this layout but the scene looked so wonderful with the railway being built into the surrounding scenery rather than, as is so often the case, the scenery being constructed around a model railway. The "Redwood Lumber Co" was a well modelled sawmill in 7mm narrow gauge and featured sound locos. Coming along very nicely, the signalling diagram is something I still have to come to grips with in the future. Forgot to show what it should hopefully look like when put together, rather than make you use your imagination!

The dark stone colour for the girders hopefully is right, that's how I read the notes in Great Western Way and the B&W photo I have of bridge shows relatively dark shade.
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The former was a right pain to do, the shape it ended up not being obvious at all, a lot of trial and error was required.
This limited capacity of this section of the branch to be used as loop to hold a train that is being passed by another.

So I've decided to delete the double slip and put the connection back the other side of the farm bridge. This then allows a 20 wagon or so freight to be held - 20 wagons being the capacity of the staging tracks typically.
This layout is also a bit easier to signal and ends up being the same as the prototype pre-WW2.

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