While the front of the layout needs a repaint, I decided to go backside before face and add on the ‘point handles’ eBay came up trumps with three NCB Hatfield pit checks which I thought would bring the whole theme together…
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One Reply to “Mini Update on Pit Checks”
What a cool way to tie in with the prototype