Last night I finished removing the push pins from the final yard track in my Windsor St yard. That meant it was finally time to run some trains in it.
Guess it’s time for another update with some recent pics on the progress of the New NCR layout.
Thanks to my friend Dave I finally got my backdrops mounted for the Windsor St crossing area. Again, it’s amazing what a deadline will do!
I’m still intimidated by York itself (and its multiple square feet of structures and hardscape), but I’ve made progress nonetheless.
So, with a layout centered on “Windsor St Yard”, it only makes sense that I include the actual Windsor St crossing. Windsor St is the small road that crosses the tracks just south of the yard. I wanted to make sure to do the crossing justice, but also had to fight with the actual layout […]
I feel bad that I haven’t been posting much of my recent progress, so here’s a catchup.
I know I’ve been quiet since I got things running around the one loop, so here’s a quick recap on where things sit right now.
Big news on my NCR. I’ve got trains running through the Downtown York section of my Windsor St layout, and I have video.
I’ve been making steady progress on the downtown York section of the Windsor St layout expansion, even with the brief interruption of The Great Flood. I’ll put up a post with more progress pics, and some better explanation of some of the things I’ve done later, but for now, here are a few recent teaser […]
I’m using the post-holiday downtime to make some progress on a few projects I’ve got going: repairing my GP10 5863, detailing my new SW1500s: 9590 and 9594, and detailing my new GP7 5601.