Another HC door has been added to the TCC to make the port area and in the process I decided that I wasn't happy with the first section of it. 100_5286-1 by John Moore posted Feb 28, 2018 at 4:09 PM So it is going to be demo'd down to this level and most of the material recycled. The back cliffs will be retained and the far ridge line will stay. 100_5181-1 by John Moore posted Feb 3, 2018 at 12:23 PM On the other side of that far ridge line is the Macie Moly Mine and that is being retained. 100_5198-2 by John Moore posted Feb 8, 2018 at 9:44 AM The original section is on a 36" by 80" HC door mounted on two kitchen cabinet base units. The back ridge line is 6 inches wide with the layout proper on a 30" wide portion. The climb to the upper plateau was a 4% and 7% grade which was being handled by a 4 power lash-up of diesels or two Shays with a Class A Climax helper. So the grade will get reduced to probably between 1 and 2 percent. This is the port section which is a 30" by 80" HC door being notched to set back around the back of the fire place chimney. A transition piece will go in that angles to to port section. 000_0403-2 by John Moore posted Nov 10, 2018 at 2:47 PM About a year ago I posted about a sky with clouds wallpaper that I had found and it will be the port area backdrop. 000_0404-3 by John Moore posted Nov 10, 2018 at 2:47 PM Once the backdrop is done and mounted I will slide the section in place and it will be storage as I dismantle some of the previous section. This section will sit out from the wall to clear a hot water radiator and the visible HVAC vent which has already been fitted with a upward deflector. So whenever finally completed I will end up with a layout that is 13.33 feet long and 30 inches wide. Operating radius will be still 8 to 9 inch. Motive power are 44 and 70 tonners, 4 Shays, and two Class A Climax. The 44 tonners will navigate 6 inch radius and the 70 tonners and geared locos 7.5 inch. All rolling stock is a mix of 40 foot or under and with truck mounted couplers and container traffic from the port uses the Bandai B Train 40 foot containers flats and small containers. Passenger service are the 30 foot Bandai B Train cab cars and coaches modified slightly to look like mini RDCs.