I made a slight change to one timetable card today allowing for two extra words of information as to what track to drop the wagons off on. When there are two storage roads at Lismore, and the timetable card say "drop off 5 wagons on Storage Road", the timetable card actually needs more information on it like "drop of 5 wagons on No. 1 Storage Road". So the timetable card has now been enhanced. I've also identified the locations where some more in track magnets will be installed into the roadbed to assist handless uncoupling.
I’ve also made up a list of signs that need to be added to the various point control panels around the fascias, and a couple of signs for the layout. So that will be actioned over the next week or so.
Luckily Mark was able to take a couple of photos during the session. So they are included here for everyone’s enjoyment.
A view from the Bruxner Highway through to the Bonalbo Ballast Siding. Here we see 8005 about to make up its train and head towards Old Cassino.
The north bound Brisbane Limited Express travels across the Cougal Spiral on its way towards South Brisbane Interstate Station.
A container train from Murwillumbah is about to cross the Richmond River just south of Cassino Station. From this shot you can tell what time of the year it is with the Jacaranda trees in full bloom.
Having just left Border Loop heading south, the No. 6 Fruit Express is about to make its way across dry creek at the bottom of the Cougal Spiral.
A second picture of No. 6 Fruit express as it made its way southbound over the bottom dry bridge at Cougal Spiral.
Thanks to Mark for sharing these photos.