Adding to the above, so far the traversers have cost me very little. I have been using materials rescued from earlier projects or bought for some reason and never used. The C&L chairs, for example, were bought “just in case”, while various bits of brass just happened to be lying around. Even the 15mm plywood sheet had been bought several years ago and carefully stored flat between two house moves. The result so far has been remarkably close to mimicking the prototype as drawings and photos on warwickshirerailways.com have been successfully incorporated into the build. But now some money will have to be spent. Being Sunday, though, I don’t have to rush! Last evening I did some tidying up of the track laying, adding sleepers/ties where there were gaps. I am pleased with the efforts involved though I do somewhat regret the decision to use Peco track. It is simply a question of the time that would be required in building a relatively large layout that put me off building track from scratch using Templot. This is, after all, a layout I want to see finished.