N GAUGE LAYOUT
My small scale (in both senses) foray into 'N' gauge is nearly complete, with just a few small details to add and the wiring and twin fiddle yards to finish off. It's ultra-basic in terms of track layout, but it's given me a chance to try out a number of building and scenic techniques. It'll also serve as a useful photographic backdrop for the numerous 2mm scale loco and rolling stock projects that I have in the queue.
Here's a few photos of the main baseboard, showing how it looks as of this morning...
The Farish/Scenecraft GWR Pagoda and halt platform look at home, but I need to come up with a name for this out-of-the-way location.
Very nice indeed! I'm looking forward to seeing more of it in the journal!
About the name: Unless you see it somewhere in Wales, why not make it the could-have-been "Crowan" halt on the former GWR branch to Helston, just uphill southwards from Praze-an-Beeble? Modeller's licence could then make your off-the-shelf cottage into Clowance Estate (both of which by the way seem to boast bus halts today).