August is the month where year 12 high school focuses on getting elder children ready to complete their schooling and head off to life or to University. This month we’ve toured possible University campuses to see what is on offer and where she can look on planning to attend next year.
Last weekend was an out-of-town visit (120km away) next weekend there’s another University visit on (only 3km away this time). All too soon she’ll be moving out and living on Campus (but don’t tell her that). Finally I’ll get my half of the train room! Anyhow – on to today’s sites of interest.
Site 1: Wetterau Food Services
Tom Conboy’s layout’s shown in all it’s glory on the Model Railroad Hobbyist site. Tom writes on the first page: “The Wetterau Food Services Micro Layout was completed in February of 2016. Layout planning and construction began in 2014. I am enjoying operations on the layout, and wanted to share the steps I followed in building this micro layout here on MRH. I have learned quite a bit in building it, and hope you will find it informative.”
Head over and take a look through his shared build log. It is very interesting and a great looking layout. What’s not to like – a 70 tonner runs through it.
Site 2: Tom’s Model Railroad Scrapbook
This is the second of Tom’s sites where he’s shared the building of the layout.
Site 3: The Micro Model Railroad Cartel
The third site providing more information on the build of the layout in nine parts.
All great sites full of information for those interested in building a small layout and for those interested building a layout using Fome-Cor.