Penmaenpool has been on the go for a year now and before that is was planned to be on portable baseboards as I didn't have a home for it. Well, now I have a "railway room with house attached" in a lovely, friendly village in Occitanie. The house is a three story village house and had a home cinema on the ground floor, as well as plenty of workshop space within the garage. The railway room is 7.5 x 4.5 meters which means that it will accommodate 1.8m radii curves. Penmaenpool in the late 1950s means that the LM Region had yet to take over and no Standard Class 4s had been introduced, but the excursion trains each summer did originate in LM Country, so there can be a interesting mix of stock as well as older locomotives not yet retired. As I spent a lot of my teenage years in and near Wales I do have a strong affection for the Cambrian and visited Oswestry Works and Shed on many a Sunday afternoon. I do not intend to post a lot of details, but rather updates. I shall also have a Loco and a Coach work bench which will support both Penmaenpool and other projects. As an appetizer, here is a stitched together iPhone panorama of the railway room at the end of last year. Not much has changed since then as I have been focussing on locos and stock during the winter months.