Update on the single module that will be home to the Jantzen Creamery. For those who may not know, this module is in honor of my great-grandfather who owned the creamery in Hillsboro, KS from 1899-1903. He used to send workers to the train station to find out when the train would arrive so that the delivery of products to the train station would be as fresh as possible. Later he established a phone line (first in the area to do this) to the station so all he would have to do is call.
Today I took the opportunity to plant some trees. I am waiting for the arrival of the Woodland Scenics O'Leary Dairy Distribution kit to serve as the creamery. The kit will serve as a tribute only and will not be operational.
Once the kit is assembled and in place I'm pretty much going to call this module finished except maybe for some minor touch up and getting the ballast down.
I have been involved with N Scale for a long time (not as long as some) but N Scale has always been my choice of scales. I have had different layouts over the years, mostly what some would call traditional layouts ranging from hollow core doors to starting on an around the room project.