When Gavin (Miller) recently showed us his excellent balsa wood bridge project it made me think of a British N-scale layout that I once built. On my layout I too had a balsa wood bridge but it was much smaller and I modelled it as being “under construction” with cranes and building workers. The layout was built around 3 walls of a tiny storeroom and measured about 5 x 5 x 6 feet. It consisted of a mainline terminus station with the tracks disappearing into a tunnel and descending to a lower level where there were staging sidings and a return loop. Rolling stock was from the 1980’s and early 90’s but so that I could run my earlier steam and diesel locos I also incorporated a short “end to end” museum railway with its own station and loco depot. I have recently found some old photos of the layout that I dismantled about 12 years ago to make space for the first of my Swiss layouts. Hope you enjoy them.