In my previous posting, I mentioned that the construction of Davemoor (the northern terminus of the line) was almost complete.
Well, as if to prove the point, here it is!
All of the platforms are pretty much finished - they just need the buildings to be stuck in place and the addition of people, signs, lights etc. No mean task in itself, of course!
However, all of the track is now in place - and all of it is wired to the bus. It has all been ballasted as well so it just needs a good clean and a test before trains can arrive and depart from the station's various platforms.
You will see that we have managed to acquire all of the Bachmann Art Deco platform buildings and have complemented these with the Hornby Signal Box of similar design - just seen in the distance of the bottom photograph. More of this in a future posting.
The little factory unit now has two sidings, with one of them having the rails set into tarmac so that this platform face can be shared between rail and road vehicles.
There is still much work to be done here but at least, as I say, we are almost in a position to be able to run trains again.
And it's been a very long time since we were able to do that!