The bakelite factory module is now finished (well as finished as a model railway ever gets). This afternoon I took advantage of one of the last days of my vacation to install wires and switches for the lights in the buildings. The switches and 12 V socket were arranged on the front of the module.
While the module gradually evolved towards finishing last summer, a few 'bald' spots still remained. These were taken care of this nice summer evening while I enjoyed the working lights in the buildings.
|As the sun sets there is apparently still activity inside the buildings.|
|One guy went home after turning out the lights.|
|Finally the last guy at Banke's Bakelite closed up as well.|
|A driver and his Bedford O having a little break in front of one Nystrup's small industries.The little 600 mm. gravel line running between factory and parking area is almost invisible.|
|In the yard of Pedersen's Machine Shop a lot of work must have gone into a thorough clean up. No trace of all the metal parts usually strewn everywhere. Shortly after this photo was made, stuff began to build up again.|
Being a slow modeller I seem to take forever to get the smallest of tasks done. I'm glad I only build a small module at the time. A whole layout would probably feel quite overwhelming.
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Nice work Claus. I wonder what's next??ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comments, Ernst and Pete. I have a long list of projects that I'm working my way through. Currently I work on a World War 1 diorama, a new loco, a Vespa scooter and is also making drawings for a model of a crew wagon to tow behind my steamroller.ReplyDelete