Hi everybody, I've been modelling in 7mm scale (32mm gauge) since 1988, having grown frustrated with OO gauge and ready-to-run modelling. Changing scale and learning all the new skills necessary to kit and scratchbuild was a big challenge. My long term project is 'Kelly Bray', a BR(S) branch located in East Cornwall. For those with a knowledge of Cornwall, Kelly Bray is the location where the Plymouth, Devonport and South Western Junction Railway built their Callington station, terminus of the branch from the junction at Bere Alston over in Devon. It was a Colonel Stephens line, so there was lots of corrugated tin buildings with a definite light railway feel. Not having the space to model Callington (it was large), I chose to create a model with a BR(S) / Colonel Stephens 'feel'. It is now a mature project, but a model is never finished, so there are still projects to come. However, having built the model, I find that I prefer making to operating, so currently it has lain dormant for some time now. As my wife and I are planning to move house in 2018, work on developing Kelly Bray has been halted. It will be dismantled soon and put into storage. Out new home will have to have space to accommodate it and hopefully extend it. I also have some 7mm scale GWR / BR(W) rolling stock, all with a West Country link. Additionally, I have an interest in 16mm scale live steam.