I'm a bit meh with N gauge. While the one and only layout was quite successful in exhibition terms and got sold rapidly; the shunting of a small terminus with tiny stock was... fraught with danger. So Mr. Hill and I quietly shut the stock boxes and moved on. It's now raised it's head again and those stock boxes have been reopened. Amongst the unfinished debris was this Peco Butterly 16 tonner. Do these actually exist in real life? I assume it was chosen to fit the standard WW 10' chassis. Anyhow... it looks to have had some Hill cut and shut work, only he can't remember either, so yesterday I mounted it on a Peco 9' chassis and threw some paint at it. The hardest part of this was getting the camera to focus on something this tiny. There'll be more of this to come.