Over the last week Ive managed to finish cutting and fixing all the road surfaces and building bases for the right hand section of the layout. It's very satisfying to have strong and stable supports for the buildings rather than the wobbly piles of offcuts that were pressed into service. Here's my version of Fetter Lane in lovely raw mdf. The coal drops now have a good area of hardstanding in front of them. Looking across the yard to the engineering works the gentle slop of the road can be made out. It's also obvious that I need to do extra work to match the base of the buildings to the slope of the road. The three main structures here were built for a flat site being recycled from my fifteen minutes of fame on the GBMRC on the telly. Turning left the Taxi office is now in place, a pair of Hornby gates mark where the level crossing will be. Both the cardboard cabin and the gates will be replaced by better models over time.