Today I painted the Newburg roundhouse "Module" with a flat black oil base to seal the plywood. The scratchbuilt turntable is done now, except for fitting a crank to it. Roundhouse leads and tracks are laid and wiring dropped from them. After the yards are done, I will marry up the roundhouse module with the main benchwork and join up lead tracks. I'm sure there will be another lead on each side of the turntable also. I cut a piece of solid Oak for the core of the turntable bridge and used two Micro Engineering 85' through girder bridge kits for the sides. I really never liked this style of turntable because it covers up the engine, but it is Frisco, so here goes. I have some large sheets of Evergreen siding coming from Walthers for the roundhouse. The "footings" are in place and the inspection pits cut out and the concrete (drywall compound) floor will be poured. Got a ways to go, but progress is coming along here and there.