Indeed it is, I am currently working on a Boston Lodge lookalike in Foamboard (plastic coated) and lots of scribing. Wish it was all Brickwork like Mike has done, but scribing Slate finish is more of a random job and one that can get too samey if you do too much at once. Then of course there is the old arthritic hand complaining when scribing for too long..... Not saying that Mike has an easy job of it as I have done a Brick build on my line and it takes time and copious quantities of patience whatever you are scribing. Mike has done the war and peace of Foamboard Structures and very very well it has to be said.Wall to wall foamboard
Too true, it's great going back to basics sometimes, as you say, just a simple circle with no fancy bits, can be just as rewarding, and more relaxing than a massive set up with all the trimmingsA circuit of track, something to run on it, a chair to sit on while you watch, and a table to put things on. what more could you want?
I would love to be invited Rick. With everything I miss my friends the most !Nice one Mike, and so kind of you to let Jenny join in , helping mates is a big part of what's this forum is all about , seem to remember many moons ago you supervising myself and netty not far from here with old Trevor's railway extensions.
I'm not sure who will help me keep the trains running in my old age or should my health become an issue , I doubt it will be Mrs J, she's falling apart already, bless her, so I'd better book you and Jenny early
*we *were sat there all day...the most rewarding thing is seeing the sparkle in his eye as he said...you know, I reckon I could extend it a bit...A circuit of track, something to run on it, a chair to sit on while you watch, and a table to put things on. what more could you want?