G’day Folks, these modules have been a bit neglected, and my posts about them even more so. As I (hopefully) enter the recovery phase of a cold/flu type virus I was able to work at painting up the track on the project. I didn’t get out all the modules, just the ones in need of painted track, plus the trestle module which was kept in the same box. Here is the overview:
This is a view of the corner module that will form the scenic break between the open dairy country on the left and the dense bush-land on the right. The other modules will form a steady transition of scenery as the viewer follows the line around from the module on the left across `the back’ and around to the module on the left. Fortunately the dairy farmers of the Camperdown & Cobden region like to have lots of Pine and Cypress Pine plantations as wind breaks.
This module will represent a small version of the loading shed siding that existed for Curdies Creek Lime (forgotten the official company name at the moment) at Curdies Creek:
This is another view of the corner junction module.