Since we’re on somewhat of a roll with the Inglenook this week and it’s uses in small layout design let’s go to the source of all things Inglenook.
Site 1: Adrian Wymann’s “The Model Railways Shunting Puzzles website”
If you’ve not heard of Adrian’s site before then you are in a for a treat. This site has everything that you ever wanted to know about shunting puzzles, including the Timesaver and the Inglenook.
Of interest for those of us thinking of building a layout using the Inglenook design is the discussion on the design of operation and movement for the layout. Additionally there is the mechanics of designing and building the layout also. Very well worth the look.
Site 2: Adrian Wymann’s layout “Little Bazeley-By-The-Sea“
Putting the Inglenook to work Adrian’s great little layout deserves a look. Well designed, well executed and well presented Adrian walks you through the design and build process and provides a lot of insight into the process.
Head on over to the websites and do a bit of reading – you’ll not be disappointed.
One thought on “Site seeing – 10 September – All you ever wanted (or needed) to know about Inglenooks”