I’ve not met or talked with Alain before. But his small layout popped up on one of my regular reads, Carl Arendt’s Micro/Small layouts site, when notification went out about a page update this week. But we’ll get to all of this shortly. For now on with the site seeing.
Site 1: Alain Kap’s Exhibition Layout
The link above takes you to the Alain’s blog with a search set for his Show Layout posts. There are five articles included so far, each of which shows something new and to me interesting. The board design and build are my favourite so far. As this gives me something to think about for diorama style layouts in the future.
The layout, based on Shortliner Jack’s Box Street layout, is well worth the look as Alain takes you through the baseboard build and then through track laying and building creation. Looking forward to more of this coming in the near future. There is way more great modelling there too, and not just railways.
Site 2: Carendt.com – February update
There are four layouts featured in this update:
- R.I.P. Car Shop – by Alain KAP in HO standard gauge
- Ingly Nook – by Scott Pollard in 009 narrow gauge
- Piper’s Yard – by Andrew Cockburn in OO standard gauge, and
- Bridge Street – by David Collett also in OO standard gauge
All of which meet the criteria for small and friendly little layouts, they also are well done visually and technically. Very well worth looking at all the pictures provided in the post.
I do hope you enjoy this post. If you do, or don’t, let me know in the comments.