Chris points out a great blog, where the modeller, Matthieu Lachance, is building a perfect, small and operationally interesting layout, from what he’s seen in his area.
If you’ve not seen this blog before you should go to the link and take a look at his track planning and layout build threads. Very interesting and really well done.
I was cruising around the ProtoModeler forum and somehow found my way to a blog that introduces itself with these words:
April 1986, CP Rail’s local switcher is busy working on St. Pamphile Spur on Quebec Central Railway’s Chaudière Sub while talks about abandonment are heard…
That’s a pretty easy sales pitch. The blog itself is titled Quebec South Shore. I’m only just starting to reading through the posts and looking forward to learning more about it. You should too: