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 Posted: Tue Dec 20th, 2011 02:06 pm
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Thanks for that Jim I think it proves you don’t need a large layout to have interesting operation.

I think it would also work as an industrial park with an American fictitious short line.

A few more pictures to show what little progress has been made.



0-6-0 Pannier no 3711 arrives with a small goods working.

The locomotive is a slightly weathered Mainline model with a crew yet to be added.

The road bridge hides the one road fiddle yard.



3711 and its train rolls past the platform and a typical GWR corrugated iron pagoda hut.

The track and scenic dressing is at the very early stages with much yet to be done.



The minimal goods train pulls into the yard. The two wagons are Coopercraft kits.



3711 simmering at the platform while the crew go and get their tea cans filled with water.



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