The processes (trials and tribulations) of building my N Gauge model railway, but we don't mention the expense :-)
Parish End is a set of sidings, loco shed and line side industries in an un-named town in the industrial north west of Britain where the pigeons fly backwards to keep the muck out of their eyes and is served by the LMS Railway Company.
Just think muck, grime and decay and you'll get the picture.
The era modelled is 1940's to early 1960's, though Rule 1 shall apply as and when.
I have been building the layout for the past three years and is very much a 'Work in Progress'.
The layout is 8' x 2' with a 3' long 'leg'.
The layout is DCC and is controlled with an ESU Ecos controller and a DCC Concepts Alpha Panel for point control.
The buildings are a mixture of my own 3D resin printed, commercial kit-bashed plastic kits and the majority of the houses are laser cut wooden kits.