Sorry been a bit slack lately on the forum as I have had a few personal issues.
During this time I have been converting the garage to house the layout. The floors have been painted with layers of latex rubber damp proof paint and the walls have had breathable roof felt attached to them as a cold barrier and to help prevent sweating. After the floor was left to dry for a week a sheet of damp proof membrane was laid on the floor followed by 25mm polystyrene and the 18mm 2by8ft tongue & groove chipboard loft flooring (moisture resistant)to create an insulated floating floor.
Next the walls were lined with 25mm polystyrene to act as insulation, this is great and noticed the difference instantly. The walls were then shuttered with stud walling. As can be seen in the pic's the 240v cables have been routed before the plaster board goes on and the wooden wall is to partition the garage into two half's. Most of the plaster board has now been added, but I done my back in so not much has been done the past two weeks, but hope fully will get it finished soon and will then take some more pics.
More pics of the layout.
The foam board has been glued in and parts shaped in places, Some rubber/cork mix track bed has been laid down using Evo contact adhesive (if you don't want to end up high as a kite then use in a well ventilated area) and the track loosely laid down to make sure I'm happy. I think I'm going to put the station on the next board not yet built that will go beyond the bridge and an extra yard lane to go in on the left hand side by the passing loop.
I hope now you can see why I converted the Peco Setrack with narrow gauge sleepers.
Below are pictures of my nearly finished Chivers Fine line kits in the coalmine yard.