Winter is over, although where we live in Ballarat at 420m (1370 feet) above sea level, you’d be hard pressed to tell that change of season has arrived. Our mornings are still cold, the winds are still lazy (they go through and not around you), and the weather is not shiny or happy. However, my seasonal allergies have kicked in, and the Wattle has been in full bloom for about 3 weeks now. I’m sniffling, my eyes are streaming and I look like I’ve gone five rounds with the late, great Muhammad Ali. My allergies and the weather are not the reason for today’s end of Winter post…
Site 1: Croft on the ScaleFour society’s website
Built as a shunting puzzle (Inglenook) and based loosely upon the real Croft goods (Darlington, NER, not Leicestershire LNWR), Croft is a magnificent example of simple effective display and operation. The image below courtesy of RMWeb and Steve Taylor.
I could go on at length about this layout, or I can let you soak up the atmosphere of this image and then follow the ScaleFour link above.
Site 2: RMWeb’s Croft Gallery
Go, look, mind blown.
Hope that this gets your creative juices flowing. Looking forward to the Southern Spring.