|Turntable leading to the steam loco sidings|
|All the steam locos lined up, with Canadian Pacific in the foreground.|
The only loco that didn't move all weekend was Cardiff Castle, which still has a broken coupling.
|Brighton Belle sits in one of the sidings.|
The three centre cars are Dublo Pullman coaches but looked reasonable sandwiched between the two driving trailers.
|The two Bachmann EPBs.|
Both ran without fault over the old three rail track.
|New addition, Royal Scots Grey sits in the siding with the other class 20/|
|My new, bespoke four track level crossing at the end of the main station.|
Dorchester hauls a rake of Southern green coaches while one of the Co-Bo Metrovicks hauls an 8 coach train.
The back of the goods train and mail train also in the foreground.
|Old vs New.|
Dublo SR EMU and Bachmann class 105 sit in another siding.
The EMU saw regular use throughout the weekend, stopping only briefly due to a broken wire.
|Another station view, from the other side of the layout with the newly modified footbridge.|
Slight colour difference with the new level crossing that I may address at some point.
|Co-Bo Metrovick at the head of its train with Dorchester to the right.|
|Layout viewed from the front looking down along the sidings and turntable area.|
Two A3 controllers for the main loops with another A3 controller further along which controls all the sidings.
|Front view of the main station area.|
|Looking at the back of the layout towards the front.|
For a bit of fun, we coupled two of the Deltics together and hauled 17 coaches. The head of the train and the rear of the same train are visible here.
|Rear station as the 17 coach train passes through.|
The EMU has now moved to one of the platforms while the Brighton Belle takes a rest in the sidings along with the Diesel shunter and a small rake of wagons.
|Another view of the steam sidings.|
The GWR green 2-6-4 is another recent project, now in full working order.
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