I have been building up my two level layout for some six years now. The original baseboards were constructed by my friend Doug Newton, but I have been adding my own trackbeds and other woodwork. I have documented progress from the very start on a couple of other forums, but I don't intend backtracking here. However, I can show occasional improvements and progress from here on. As a quick way of introducing the London Transport Underground part of the layout, I have been experimenting with a Panasonic video camera mounted on a bogie bolster wagon. The station was named to honour Doug's contribution, and while fictional, is not too far removed from some real place names. The station and layout themselves are entirely fictional, but intended to give some of the atmosphere of London's underground lines on the lower level, and British Railways' Southern Region lines on the upper level, once I finish that. In the meantime, anything and everything presently runs on the lower level. Track curves are very roughly to commercial manufacturers' third and fourth radius but all laid with flexible track (Peco code 100) with transition curves wherever possible. Anyway, if anyone is interested, the videos are posted on YouTube and Facebook (for friends only in the latter). If interested, the links are as follows: with a Heljan class 33 and legomanbiffo sound; with a Bachmann class 37 and Howes sound; with a Heljan class 52 and Howes sound. I am learning as I go and trying to put more features to make them more watchable and interesting, as well as using different locos to give a variety of sounds. I hope to improve as I create a few more of these videos. Edited to get the YouTube links working properly.