I suppose I ought to post something, instead of gawping at other people's stuff... I'm not going to do the whole "how I built it" thing but will just throw up some pictures and a short description of my layout. Bury, Thorn & Sons Ltd. is a fictional tar distillery and chemical works, somewhere in the West Riding, during the early to mid 1960s. Traffic in is raw tar from gas works and coke ovens, carried in the company's own fleet of ancient rectangular and cylindrical tanks, new steel drums, carried in sheeted open wagons, and coal for the boilers and processes, carried in mineral wagons. Traffic out consists of finished products by the tankload and smaller consignments and household chemicals in covered vans. BTS No.1, a Hudswell Clarke 14" 0-4-0ST hauls a tar tank. (with bit of steam added in Photoshop). No.1 - an Agenoria brass kit. Numbers 3 and 4 outside the engine shed. Charles Roberts 'D' tank. One of BTS fleet of class A tanks. A fitter about to get the brazier going. Some of the company's fleet of class B tanks. Inside the engineering workshop. No.3 and the loading shed. No.3 propelling a loaded coal wagon. "The Beatles are playing Huddersfield next week and I've got a mate can get us tickets..."