With the largest single scenic part well underway it was time to upset the neighbours with a bit of banging and sawing. To say that the design was complicated would be a lie, but it's very tight in places so unusually the board and track have to be worked on simultaneously. However what I needed was to build a basic tray out of 6mm MDF to create a firm base and then butcher it to generate the lower levels. Nothing remarkable here: a piece of 2'x4' MDF sliced down to 18" donated by Mr. Hill (where does he find all this stuff?) and off-cuts from the Llynfordd build. With a bit of luck I'll be able to do all the woodwork from the scraps that were under the spare bed.
It will be noted that there are no Champagne bottles pictured this time... times are hard.