In the Autumn each year, the Society organises an exhibition of some of the leading layouts in the South of England. This year it will be held again at Warlingham School, close to both Croydon and the M25.
This post has a link to details of some of the previous workshops that have been held at the club.
Dave, the layout manager, had to call back some members of the team to fix some minor issues.
The countryside under the viaduct is now taking shape, some tining of the points and the last dropper has been crimped and connected.
Malcolm primed the viaduct and Allan connected the droppers to the new distribution panel.
Walls on the viaduct, wagon works trackwork and the sparkies get the engines working again.
Full steam ahead this week with work on ballasting, the wagon works, viaduct and control electronics.
This session was about preparing trackwork in the wagon works, adding electronics to the new chassis and more ballasting.
Richard gets into his hut-building swing. Malcolm, Ray and Shaun build chassis and Dave is still ballasting.
As Richard begins to hide the fiddle yard servos, Allan rips out the DC wiring. Ray and Malcolm start on improving the CBUS wiring.