All harbours are usually constructed with brick or stone and Dockland is no exception.
Earlier attempt to produce stone panels have been abandoned in favour of a brick by brick approach.
A search is underway for trowels, lines and spirit levels of a suitable scale; not to mention the waterproof cement.
Given the high standards set by Malcolm, the layout manager, the club members are looking forward to the day the sluice gates are opened and the water floods in.
Work continues on the securing of the trackwork and the addition of new dropper wires to the new section.
Dave is pictured doing the grunt work and I’m sure I heard Malcolm saying “Beam me up, Scotty”.
Allan has continued rewiring the power into the layout. So far there is power to the panel meeters. Ray had to work out which socket was which on the DCC controller, ready for installation next week.