Return to Primrose Valley – part 2

The Kato track arrived at lunchtime so a bit of progress could be made with the modules.

Primrose Valley now has an operational track, the platform has been raised slightly to compensate for the new track bed and work has started on restoring the scenery.

The coastal gap has its trackbed installed and the track is pinned down.

The roof of the goods shed at Hunmanby has been cut off in readiness for building a bridge instead. The track here is not pinned down yet and both Hunmanby and Primrose Valley need the boxes raising off the table to match the height of the inlet.

Simple packing pieces did this job where the CRM modules differed slightly in height (having been built by various members of the group and only coming together at shows), however in the case of the On18 modules I will attach the risers permanently to the bottom of the boxes.

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About Bob Hughes

Ex railwayman, life long railway modeller, lover of real ale and spicy food. Divorced, she got the kids, I got the dog.
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