I made a video of my previous layout, The Afon Garreg Railway which was a Welsh quarry line. I've got that on DVD so I'll have a go at uploading that to youtube as it's a quite nice memoir.
Some of the rolling stock is still on the railway as are some of the buildings.
Apart from that I've done a few bits and pieces by way of not getting on with sorting out Underhill for NGN which is looming in early March.
This is the little diorama I built to take pictures of rolling stock on, I'm pretty happy with it on the whole. The track could do with a bit of weathering and the edges of the wood need some black paint to tidy them up.
Sitting in the siding is my Narrow Planet Baguely Drewry diesel which is now finished, still needs varnishing and some more weight inside. Nice kit.
At the exhibition in Porthmadog, Neil Rushby gave me a couple of the resin castings for the Fowler passenger trolley which have been lurking in my tool box since then. They didn't have the roof castings so I didn't want to make lidless versions of the 4 wheeler so it occurred to me to make a bogie version. So far I've sawed the castings up a bit and glued them together adding some styrene strip to make a sole bar and so on. The ends are Langley L&B seat etches, the bogies are PD WD one I think.
I may add a roof from styrene and whatever else comes to hand.
Father Christmas brought me a nice Scenecraft warehouse which I have started 'Stonerising'. The original plan was to use it on the, as yet un-built, Port Lucy board but I like it and want to use it now so I've found a home for it at St Ruth. The only problem with it is that the loading dock is too high for NG wagons but I don't really want to take the saw to the building... I can't think of a better way to sort it out though. I've added various bits and bobs and the whole thing needs a slap of paint.