Fairly productive night by the crew of the RGW. Wain brought in his scratch built RGW Rip shed and began affixing the foundation. Scott continued adding details to the Edwards and Bradford lumber mill. Here he is making a woodchip load using sifted sawdust: In the foreground you can see the first bark load container. I understand he intends to put small chips in as well. Here's a closeup. Ed has moved on to the next electrical project, our coal scale in Franklin. The Cornerstone scale and platform needed to be cut to fit, I believe he stated he took off about 3/8 inch from the back of the platform and scale house. Here he is cleaning up the rail so the platform fits perfectly. I started my evening off with installing more backdrop photos. In this case a first attempt to give the viewer the sense the warehouses are in a freight district. We'll let that sit there for a while and chew on the composition to see if it works or whether we need to change anything. After that was done, I set out to paint the majority of the crane. Later in the evening I brought it into the train room for some prep and a test fit. Well, that's it for tonight. Thanks for checking in.