So what's next on the agenda?
Well, I've still got plenty of projects that I want to get completed in time for our appearance at WHR Great & Small II in September.
First priority is to build the interior for my model of carriage 12 (our 3rd incarnation of it) which is supposed to look something like this.
It's relatively straightforward so I'd like to think there's not much more than a week's work in that.
There are a few other foutery details to finish off on both of those carriages, like the vacuum pipes and the electrical connections, and then I shall send them off to Himself to fettle and paint.
I am also determined to get my WHR water tank wagon finished in time for the show at Dinas.
So far I have acquired the tube for the tank - for free! - and cast the main chassis block in resin.
What I need to do now is get hold of a Dapol oil tank wagon kit to rob it of the end sections and summon up the motivation to get on with it.
I also have designs for another two of the Oberon Wood houses ready and waiting.
The next ones on the list are those nearest the entrance to Goat Tunnel which begin a row heading down towards the front edge of the layout.
And when they're done, looming on the horizon like a recurring nightmare is new observation carriage 150.
I feel a headache coming on.....