Himself has been continuing with work on the 'bridge to nowhere' which will be a feature of the front left corner of Bron Hebog.
All the (styrene) stone cladding has been added to the wooden formers - which he tells me was a lot of work - and just the parapet stonework remains to be done.
Himself says he has it on good authority (A1 on the Bletchly Park scale) that an RT bus will fit under the real bridge so he's been using a 4mm Routemaster to help scale the model arch.
The completed bridge will then be sent off to the Artistic Director for painting.
If you take a look at some of the pictures in the gallery you'll see the fabulous job he's already done with the bridges at the north end of the station. His subtle mixing and application of acrylic paints really make these look like one hundred year old structures.