Welcome to St Agnes

Views of the Layout

Further Views

Map of the “St Agnes”

Operating the “St Agnes”

The Budd Cars

The Transistor Throttles I use

Building my Throttles

Calculating Scale Speed

Using a Model Lathe 1

Using a Model Lathe 2

Using a Model Lathe 3

Making Searchlight Signals

Ersatz Ground Signals

Making Dummy Signals

MRE “Hints and Tips”

Exhibitions and Layouts

Building a Layout in a short time frame

Simple Street Lighting

Simple Cut out Buildings

Canadian Trees

Updated July 2017

The next few pictures will show a bit of of the action on a simple turn run from “Ridgehaven” to “Banksia” and returning

Extra 8412 West has arrived at the entrance of “Banksia” from “Ridgehaven” and waiting for the signals to allow...

entrance to the passing siding, The train will stop with the caboose/van being protected by the signal and being uncoupled.

The consist is then placed in one siding and and engine will pick up the van and...

couple it to the end of the other consist before pulling it out to the passing siding

The engine has now run around its train ready to return east back to Ridgehaven, tender first

Meanwhile ex NH 3401 (to become CN8417) has been watered and is being coaled prior to crossing 8412 and heading west with another train to St Agnes, the last few few cars of which are in the background ,