Wrenton - Building an N gauge model railway
Wrenton - Building an N Gauge Model Railway by Roger Beckwith


1. 2013: Beginnings
2. September 2013 - June 2014: Village buildings
      No.1 The Causeway | Nos.1-4 Church Hill | The Red Lion | A shop | The guildhall | A large house
Nos.2 and 3 The Causeway | Nos.4-8 The Causeway | The vicarage
3. June - July 2014: Baseboard construction
4. July - October 2014: Track, trees and ballasting
  Track | Trees | Ballasting
5. October 2014 - April 2015: The station and more trees
  Main Station building | Shelter | Footbridge | Trees | Platforms | Fiddle yard | Lamp posts
6. May - August 2015: The church and other buildings
  The church | A tunnel portal | Nos.7 - 9 Church Hill | Scenery base
7. August - December 2015: The first scenics
  First greenery | Low relief trees | Flowers and the garden of 7 and 8 Church Hill
Garden of 9 Church Hill | Garden of the Red Lion | A wooded area | More gardens
The churchyard | More trees
8. January - August 2016: The village around the station
  More village buildings | And more | The second scenic base | Some buildings and gardens added
9. September - November 2016: More work on the left end of the layout
  Adding buildings along the back | Scenic work around road bridge and tunnel
Station master's garden and car park area | Views from the back of the layout
10. January 2017: Another cottage
  A step by step description of making a small building
11. February-May 2017: The central scenic module
  Another building and the start of the module | The gardens are developed
Road markings and fencing | Gardens of the railway cottages
12. June-August 2017: More scenic work
  Lineside scenery on the right hand baseboard | The baseboard is completely covered
The Goods Yard and the Signal Box
13. September 2017: Odds and Ends
  A cover for the layout | Extending the fiddle yard
Flying Scotsman, City of London and a J39 pass by | Loads for the mineral wagons
Re-arranging the railway room
14. October 2017: Weathering Goods Trains
  A first try at weathering | A train of coal wagons | A train of vans | Some photos

The village street