In February a Modelling Workshop was run by a couple of our members where coppperclad points where constructed by a number of Club members that would be used in the fiddle yard, as there was not enough time in the workshop to produce all the points that was need, this then continued over a number of Club nights until the task reached its conclusion.
Checking the fit of a rail as it is filed with one of the jigs made for the course
Marking the copperclad for sleeper length.
Cutting the sleeper with Xuron track cutters
Attaching the sleepers with double sided tape
The first stock rail soldered in place
The crossing V soldered in place, with checking for point blade
Soldering second point blade
Another view of soldering second point blade
Just the second stock rail to be soldered in place