The driver's-eye view through the bridge.
... using Martin’s design of laser cut servo holders – an excellent and useful invention.
Jim had brought along some completed Caledonian Railway wagons created from his own etches which looked extremely good.
A good meeting with progress for everybody. Next event will be an invasion of the NEAG meeting on 27th August, with the next FnC regular meeting being on the 17th September, again in the Glasgow area.
Postscript: Graham was absent in the frozen north on a family holiday, but he still found time to visit a few ex-Highland Railway station he hadn't seen for many years. Dornoch station building still survives in remarkably good order, some 60 years after closure: it's now a chiropractic clinic.
The small museum in Dunrobin station building was open:
Thurso and Wick station buildings looked very spick and span, although very much now "basic railway", but the track is run down in places. The weedkilling train has obviously not been to Georgemas Junction for a while - this is the Down (well, nowadays the only) platform, looking to Inverness with the Thurso branch curving off to the right). The line to Wick was even more of a jungle.