As a fairly new person to G3, I probably need some help. My project is to build a garden line (it's Australia, so the weather is better for this, I think). Despite this, my main interest is scale modelling - details and accuracy (I've done S7 until my recent house move) I have bought a live-steam engine, even though I have no idea as yet how to run it (Station Road Steam had what looked the ideal loco. for me (<https://www.stationroadsteam.com/2-12-inch-gauge-dyak-2-6-0-stock-code-8264/>) although I will probably start off by finding a way to build an L&Y 0-4-0ST (radio-controlled battery-operated) before I get my "Dyak" to run - I'm a bit nervous about boiler explosions .... I am following the L&Y "pug" project on these pages in hope and expectation - but where is it going and how long will it take? Anyway, in the meantime I am starting to build wagons - a Mike Williams MR 3-plank kit and a Woodbury Models open wagon also, with a Peter Korzilius flat wagon yet to be started. Perhaps I should do a 'blog comparing (nicely!) the kits - they are just SO different. I've done a little work in S7, but this is very different in some ways. I like working with real wood, for instance! The S7 kits I have done have been straightforward, though challenging at times (see my 8F 'blog elsewhere on WT) but the G3 ones are a new challenge - I have never previously had to decide things like how many sets of brake blocks, etc., and don't really know how to do this - or what type to use. For example, the Woodbury open wagon: I've looked at pictures on the 'net, in Bob Essery's book on Midland wagons, but they all look like they have brake levers and blocks on both sides - yet the written info. on the web suggests they often only had one. Where should I look for this info.? I've only bought one set of brake gear, so far. Lettering. Again the 'net only provides so much info., and it's all in B&W of course. Midland wagon grey, I assume, though this seems to be a very variable shade .... I don't have a very steady hand, so the idea of painting lettering on the sides of LMS wagons is daunting. Can I get transfers anywhere? If I want to order them, what font did the Midland or the LMS use (I can't find this info. anywhere), or do I have to scan photographs? All help gratefully received. Not many local resources to call on in the Blue Mountains, NSW!