Haven't done one of these for a while. The unseasonably (unPalmerstony?) weather has meant that not much time has been spent in the shed, or indeed thinking about railways much at all.
One thing that has come across the desk (well through the mail box, though its a good question how much longer that will happen) is the trackmaking tome from the 2mm society.
Its well illustrated all the way through its 138 page.I only tend to read it in small bursts as there is a lot of information to digest, and it is scary. Its shown me that despite me building 35 odd points, there is still a lot I need to learn. I would recommend it only if you were very very keen to make your own track to finescale standards. Having said that, I'm glad I did pick it up. I can use it to frighten small modelers with late night horror story's round the soldering iron.
Must get out into the shed at some point this week, but the electrics beckon, which enthuses me about as much as trotting up to a dentist and saying 'I'd like a root canal please, possibly 2'.