Le Corbusier wrote:I thought I would post some advice rather than ask a question for the first time on this thread.
I am uncertain who reads this thread, apart from those more experienced and helpful souls who have been kind enough to give encouragement and a gentle prompt or prod here and there when needed or requested. I don't know how interesting, boring or annoying it might be.
Good advice Tim......when I returned to model railways and jumping into P4 I had ambitious projects in mind. As each one failed I went onto the next only to fail again......happened 3 times and 3 projects scrapped. The Standard Gauge Workshop came along and was my saviour with the introduction of Manston Brewery and later Mount Woodville. Both have quite simple track work and both have provided a learning curve and I am still learning as I go onto the colliery project.
I'm sure that the majority of the forum followers are following your thread, I certainly am and to see just how many are following just check the number of views before and after a new post is submitted. Certainly the input is interesting, boring or annoying...certainly not