Back on track after straying to smaller things. That's smaller scale, not smaller layouts though. The name chosen for my return to the realm of Gn15 microlayouts is a very obvious pun, Lescanby Moor is supposedly a hill farm on the edge of the Hayfinch estate served by a branch of the estate's 15 inch gauge line.
The trackplan is inherited from the abandoned OO layout that it is being built from, which is in turn a reworking of Jack Trollope's much used Shortover Yard design. The off stage arrangements are dealt with by a Peco loco lift, this will take a loco with either two small wagons or one large one, ample for a layout this size.
This is a winter project, brought about because it has been too cold to work in the garage recently so my current OO project is on hold and the On30 modules have not been reassembled yet following their outing to Huddersfield earlier this month. Having started work on it yesterday I have buried the tracks in filler and am awaiting this setting before it can be sanded down. The rear to lines will be 'set in concrete' and the front one overgrown with grass so that the underscale sleepers are not apparent.