It has been a while since I updated the progress on Yeoton Wharf. The scenery is now finished to a state where the layout is fit to be shown, though does one ever actually finish.
I have been adding to the stock to run on the narrow[standard] gauge lines by having a production line of goods vehicles; see below
The Great Western early mink is from a Finney and Smith kit, the LSWR open and covered van are 3mm Society kits and the coal wagons are early Gloucester Railway Wagon Company wagons with dumb buffers adapted from Finney and Smith kits. The LSWR Brake Van is a model of the 18ft 6in goods guard’s van of 1874 scratch built in plasticard from plans in volume 4 of LSWR carriages by G R Weddell. In addition I have a number of tarpaulin covered open wagons, some Great Western and some London and South Western previously built to rum on 12mm track which have been converted for 14.2mm gauge.
I still need more broad gauge wagons, LSWR coaches and more standard gauge locos. That should keep me occupied!!