The second time you do something the easier it normally is, and Himself tells me this holds very true for Garratt chassis.
It's around three years since he built our last NGG16 (number 87) and in the process of putting the rear power unit of this new one together he re-learned all the tricks and wrinkles along the way.
As a consequence the front unit has come together very rapidly.
Himself tells me is stuck with how much these small 009 chassis look just like the ones you see being overhauled inside Boston Lodge Works.
I'm looking forward to him getting started now on the bit in the middle.