Barmouth Junction
Pictures of Barmouth Junction (2)
At it's widest point, Barmouth Junction scenery is seven feet wide, making for some nice open countryside. Single tracks enter from three different directions and then each platform has up and down tracks, with headshunts at each of the three directions. Note the different styles of platform faces of stone, wood and concrete. The signals have been made by Tony Geary and the station lamps by Alan Buttler of Modelu. Woodlands scenic ballast has been used throughout the whole layout and by very carefully glueing it down neatly and weathering, looks the part. The painted backscene has been done by a local artist and I've blended the ground cover up to it, trying to use the same colours to match.