We have almost completed the track laying on the layout.
Himself has turned his attention to the other end - the Porthmadog end - and the last base board to be tackled.
This is the one that was used as a temporary fiddle yard but is destined to be the section leading from the southern end of Goat Tunnel and across Cemetery Crossing as the railway heads for the Pass of Aberglaslyn.
He has cut and mounted the plywood track bed and started work on the crossings.
In the picture above you can see Cemetery crossing in the foreground with road and footpath leading off p the hill.
The entrance to the fiddle yard, with the scenic break on a diagonal, can be seen in the background after the unnamed foot crossing.
And this is the view from the over direction.
As you can see there is but a few centimetres of virgin track bed left on Bron Hebog now. What a tantalizing sight!
It also serves as a reminder how huge this layout is going to be by 009 standards.
Many of them seen on the circuit are no longer than the run from this point to the start of the tunnel around the corner out of shot.
That's not meant as a criticism or a put down because you can see some amazing modelling in small spaces, it's just an observation to put the size of this project into context.