CURZON STREET MODEL RAILWAY NEWS UPDATE MONDAY 01st JUNE 2009:Remodelling News:
With more wagons due to arrive soon and locomotives, I decided it was time to increase the capcity at Washwood Heath Yard, and to build a dedicated locomotive inspection / fuelling & stabling point.
However to allow the contruction of the latter, Curzon Street Station has had to be demolished, along with remodelling of Ledburn Junction.
The East side of the layout now only has the four mainlines, with a stabling / inspection & fuelling point added on the site of the former Royal Mail Terminal.
This creates a more pleasing formation across the side instead of the curved formation of before, I've also sorted out the curves at the South End off Ledburn Junction.
Once the locomtive LIP switches from Washwood Heath to Curzon Street, the North end sidings, formerly the LIP will be used to store wagons away from the ladder roads.The remodelled Ledburn Junction:New curves around onto the new mainlines, the LIP will be to the far end left:An overview to the new LIP and mainline, the LIP still has more refining work before track laying:Picture Progress:
60007 hauls a steel train across the Camp Hill Vaiduct:
And again, from below:
DRS - Marc.