Bill Snr. built the model of the Thornbury trestle and the Beaver River as well as the dry creek trestle.
Brad's helix, from workshop to finished product. Bill Hanke installed the masonite finish, which will be covered with a backscene.
Our 'Arborists' have been busy making the trees for Blue Mountain, mostly 'bottle-brush' type to represent evergreens.
It doesn't look like it but there are about 350 trees on the mountain. And there are a lot more to go on the rest of the layout!
Barry Ruse, who does wonderful scenery, has worked his magic on the Thornbury area.
Likewise Jay, who has built the Fall scenery just east of Meaford. The two trestles on our layout are replicas of those that carried the tracks over two small creeks. The route, and trestles,are now part of a bicycle/walking path that runs for 34km (21 miles) between Collingwood and Meaford. Martin made the model of Craigleith Station with Barry Ruse's lilac bushes starting to both show and grow up.