Skip diving

When I took the dog out for a walk this morning I had a look in Sonitech‘s skip and fished out enough eight core cable to keep me in layout wire for ages! As a result of this today has been quite productive on Princes Road and the tangle of temporary wiring has been tidied up and re-routed under the baseboards.

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The electrical connections between the boards are still surface mounted though so that I can get at them more easily. These connections are covered by some of the buildings to keep little fingers away and also to hide the wiring from view.

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There’s not much chance of me becoming a proper electrician, as the mess below the baseboards will testify.

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The non-railway buildings have replaced the sidings that ran behind the branch terminus. These sidings were to have been a purely scenic feature anyway so the layout hasn’t lost any of its operational tracks.

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The ‘modern’ loco shed that was to have been over the sidings has now been utilised as a bus depot adjoining the branch terminus.

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About Bob Hughes

Ex railwayman, life long railway modeller, lover of real ale and spicy food. Divorced, three kids, one dog.
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