Mountain wrote:I love the engine shed. It looks ideal to use up space on the corner of your layout.
Ex-Pat wrote:Yes, the engine shed and coaling stage are a nice corner filler.
Thanks, I was torn between either having a short section of dock on an engine shed but decided on a shed because I had stuff to hand and wanted to keep the plan similar to the end to end version of this layout I had built previously. It's also nice to have my coal stage back on a layout, it's now eight years old, not bad for a bunch of coffee stirrers considering I've moved house 4 times since building it!
dan8400 wrote:Loving the coal and ash on the floor. Really sets the scene off. As mentioned above, it is a neat corner filler.
I've always wanted to have a shed with the grimy sooty ground that would have been there. I have now received the footbridge you sent and I've placed it on my platforms which has highlighted some height differences between the platforms which I'll have to examine. Thank you very much, I still need to give it a clean up. Pictures to follow hopefully.
ErlestokeManor7812 wrote:The ash and cinders on the floor by the shed look great, especially with the 14xx
Those LMS coaches are excellent, I've got three myself, they look great with your Patriot. Keep those updates coming.
Thanks, I chose 'Holyhead' to buy because of the travelling between Ireland and the UK I've done from Dublin to Holyhead in the past. Apologies for lack of updates because I just haven't had to motivation to get the netbook up and running to do the work. One thing I really need for the layout is hanging basket liner, will have to see if its available cheaply online, I used to get it in Dealz (Irish poundland) but that was when I lived in a town and not in wildest Kerry in a pandemic
Thanks all for your compliments on my corner shed.