Now it's time to tackle the scenic sections of the layout, and in some ways this has given me the most trouble conceptually, which may be why I've not done anything, but I think I've cracked the approach now. The problem has always been that most of the wagons are vintage Dublo, weathered with age, but not weathered in the modern sense, let's not forgot the few tinplate wagons... @Steve's Shed dug out some old Railway Modeller's that had layouts by Chris Matthewman, Striving and Strove. (I think) The approach here really suits I think, less weathering and brick paper buildings, but importantly, everything built well and to the same consistent standard, i.e. no wonky bits. My career as an architectural modelmaker should mean no wonky bits, but how it all sits together will be much more difficult. I'm starting off with Scalescenes products to see how it works, I think brick paper will work well with the vintage stock.