By discreetly squirrelling away some of his meagre pension into a secret slush fund Himself has saved sufficient pennies to buy some more point motors to complete the top layer of the extended fiddle yards.
This shot shows quite dramatically how we are going to be running either very long or very short trains on Bron Hebog
The long lines will be able to handle a 10 car modern WHR rake while the smaller ones on the left will be used for works trains or heritage rakes so only need to be long enough for an asthmatic England engine and a couple of bowsiders.
With such a stark division in the length of the roads the onus is going to be on the operators to ensure they match the trains dispatched from either end with capacity at the other terminal.
It would be dreadful thing if your opposite number was suddenly faced with an incoming double-headed Garrett consist with no where to put it.
I'm sure it would never happen on purpose.....