A visit to my layout by a local model railroader motivates me to complete some half finished model railroad layout projects.
There’s nothing like a visit by a fellow model railroader to motivate someone to pay some close attention to their model railroad layout. That’s what I found over the last week. With some help from my wife, I was able to contact a local model railroader and we organised a time to meet. I suggested he come and have a look at my layout. And when I went out there a few days before I realised that there were a lot of half finished, or otherwise incomplete ‘projects’. So I rolled up the sleeves, grabbed whatever tools I needed, and completed as many of the smaller projects as I could. These included:
I also painted some bare parts of the backdrop, which actually went a long way to making it look more presentable.
After looking through my previous blog posts, I realised that the Blue Island extension module which I mention earlier in this post hasn’t really been pictorially featured in the blog. I did a write up of why it was built, but have never posted any pictures to show what was done. So here are some photos of the module taken during it’s life.
Continuing conversion of single model railroad to multiple micro modules in HO scale. Following the Pizza Layout reaching operational status and it’s scenery being more or less finished (except for extra detailing work), I recently Read more…