Plaster has now been applied onto the last board, showing the stretch of the line along by Cemetery Crossing and Himself has started sticking on the stone walls which are from the Ten Commandments range.
Supplies have run out (again) so the positions of the remaining sections of wall have been marked out in blue.
You can also see a culvert which has been built towards the bottom left of the picture.
The basics of the level crossings are in place but he has still to make up the cattle grids to go on either side of the cemetery road.
Once the plaster has fully cured it will be given a coat of mud brown emulsion all over and then the track can be ballasted.
Now thoughts are turning to the fiddle yard design.
The complicating factor here is that the tracks enter at different heights at each end - the Rhyd Ddu end is 6.5cm higher than the Aberglaslyn end - so Himself is going to consult with the fourth member of the team, the Structural Engineer, to get some ideas together.
This brainstorming session will probably happen in the top left hand corner of Wales and may well involve the consumption of ale.