I still have the dry creek area of Cougal Spiral to scenic and the bridge piers themselves on the bottom circuit. I have not installed the bridge here so don't know what I will do yet so I have left it for another day. You can see the white of the ravine area in the first two photos either side of the creek area still to be sceniced.
Looking south of Cougal Spiral
Looking north around the Spiral - looks like a train of TAMs has just gone through
Looking south of Cougal Spiral showing Kyogle Stock Siding - a mixed stock train is sitting there
This afternoon after the kids and us oldies came back from a school birthday party, I just had to relax in the shed. I decided to run a few light engines around and cleaned the track around where I had been scenicing. The trains included 6042, 3642, and a number of 44's.
While listening to the second half of the football on the radio I tried to use my camera to take a video - two actually, of the layout. Both were of 2 sound equiped 44 Class locos hauling a train of scratchbuilt wagons. A coupled pair of rail wagons and about 8 or 9 concrete sleeper wagons with loads. The first video was the train leaving from Grafton Yard up grade to Rappville Loop. After the staff exchange, the train continued in the second video north to Cassino for another staff exchange and then around to Old Cassino. These videos are not the best quality but are hugh at about 46MB .avi files. That is far too huge to upload onto my blog.
I was wanting to show some video of a train running on the layout. Well I guess that will still have to wait for another time.