The scratch built small wooden station building originally built for Hampford Halt, construction featured in my blog post dated 02 May 2014, was placed on the platform and the railings fixed in position around it. When the adhesive used to secure the fencing had set, crushed foam weeds were added along the bottom.
The pillbox was positioned below the top of the hill so that it did not stand out against the skyline, but high enough to provide a commanding view over the surrounding landscape.
I described how I went about constructing the first radius curved level crossing in my blog post dated 21 January 2015.
Rounford Halt is one of my N gauge scenic model railway layouts. To see more model railway layout baseboards I have designed and built visit my website www.brianford.co.uk.