A full test has now been carried on on Tal-coed. Mostly OK except a point disintegrating which had to be nailed back together and a couple of connection problems. All the Garn stock trundled round OK without bumping into things so that was a bonus. Usually I'll build something between the test and the first outing which hangs over the track. The problem now is to make a track cleaner which will 'do' under the bridges - small holes, big hands.
Did anyone pick up the Phil Cornwell thing on Radio 4 last night about a train driver/modeller? I had to turn it off. It may as well of been titled 'Why railway modellers suffer with autism and ADHD' I know there are the odd unwashed example about, but fishing and motor enthusiasts don't get this bad press so why do we?