Years ago, I had built a set of 3 oNetrak modules of 3ft each, picturing the Old Main Line of the B&O. In an autumn atmosphere, with yellow and red trees, the Potapsco River, and a town that looked a litte bit like Ellicot City. Most of the buildings had been scratchbuilt from pictures: some were close to the real buildings, other more a freelanced version of existing ones. Her two pictures of those old modules: Lack of space, change in interests, less motivation, it all led to the demolishing of the module set. But I kept the buildings and some of the trees, hoping for better days and a new module. In the autumn of 2018, I started with building a new module. Just one, so that saves for some lifting and carrying during exhibitions. The module measures 4ft x 1ft (122cm x 30,5cm), which gives enough space for the buildings of the previous modules. However, there is no space anymore for the Potapsco River and no space for the small railroad bridge. That means: compromises. But first, we had a move to a new house, so I had no time, energy or motivation left to do anything with the module. Yet, thanks to a promise to participate in an event in september, I've started last month with the still almost bare module. First task was laying track. Like all technical things, not my strongest point. Eventually, the track (Peco c55) was on it's place, and despite making mistakes with the wiring, it all works fine. Since I have no need for new buildings - I reuse all the old ones - the scenery should go rather quickly. I cut a street out of styrene sheet and I created with thin foam a slope on which I glued down the styrene. The sidewalks are also styreen sheet, but with a tile structure. Today, I made the hills out of foam (we use it for isolation), which makes a mess of the living room by the way....... The gypsum rocks are drying in the rubber mold. When dry, I will gue them to the hills.