I have asked some serious questions on here, all very readily answered, so how about a less serious one. How did you come up with your layout's name? Some are of a kind that becomes immediately memorable, some less so and some, let's face it, are just silly, but where did they come from? I'll start with mine. I was forced to read a book at school called Silas Marner, by George Eliott. I remember little about it except for the fact that it contained a couple of good names. Lantern Yard, where Silas grew up and Raveloe, where he moved to later. Hence my little set-piece is Lantern Yard and anything bigger if I ever did such a thing would be Raveloe. When I made a start on a 1/32nd scale narrow gauge layout set on the Essex coast it was to be known as Havengore as in Havengore Creek, one of the many little rills and waterways that separate all the islands in those parts. I realised I had insufficient space for Havengore, so gave it to a friend. He then died soon after and I haven't heard of it since. My current standard gauge plan is for something on which to put a couple of models of local buildings that I made decades ago and have carted around with me for all that time, mellowing beautifully as only time and dust can do. The garage is known as Riverside Garage and so that's what the set-piece will be known as. Tony Moss's Riverside Garage The motorbike shop I think the best names come from books though. Being a collector of Tom Rolt's works, Winterstoke would be an obvious choice, since I have that very rare work on my shelf.