Nicks workshop mutterings

Various railway orientated modelling projects in my new workshop/railway room.

Eggesford-fiddle yard finished

The fiddle yard/traverser is now complete having added the storage cassettes. I now have an up and down continuous run and a third position feeding up and down cassettes. When not in use these will be stored on a shelf under the layout. The cassettes themselves sit on small brackets that hinge out from the side of the main boards. Electrical feed is done using small bulldog clips.


The next step will be the installation of the signals and their servos and linking them up to the locking frame. This will finish all the electrics. Then there is the updating of the scenery, more locos, more coaches, more freight……………..

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