With a house move imminent it is difficult to know whether the layout will relocate in it’s present form. This could be the last post so I will have to see whether a new project will be built in the new house. I am hoping that it survives but you never know. I will leave the blog as is until after the move as I have had great fun in sharing the layouts progress with you all. I appreciate the interest and comments that fellow modellers have made both here and overseas. I have taken a few photos by Galah Cam,no drones in the early nineteen sixties. All for now.
geez mate the last squiz of a tru blu aussi institution cheers hillbilly,
No worries sport
C’est une “Oeuvre d’art”.
Hope to read another of your posts soon Peter, and I really hope your layout makes the move with you in some form or another. I’ve long admired your Station Master’s residence. I thought it one of the nicest Australian models I’ve ever seen, even if it was only on your blog and not in person. All the best with the move!
It can happen with appropriate robust packaging combined with manageable sections. There may be a challenge if the electrical require extra work but it can usually be sorted. More fundamental is whether you would like a new challenge in your new house.
We will wait to see what transpires, good luck with the move.
Haste ye back!
Best wishes for the move, I prematurely advised the demise of my “Glenburn” layout doing the same and happily it arose again. Sincerely hope yours does too, this is an inspirational NSWGR layout. Cheers, Andrew