I wondered if members may like to see my short layout named Elton Crossing which was a real place located in South Cheshire and was part of the North Staffordshire Railway's branch from Alsager to Sandbach and bye-passing Crewe. The branch lost it's passenger service in 1932 and for many years served the Brunner Mond brine and chemical works at Malkins Bank and also the ERF Foden lorry plant at Ettilee Heath, the single line left the Kidsgrove - Crewe line at Lawton Junction half a mile south of Alsager station and passed through the village of Lawton, Hassall Green and Wheelock before rejoining the LNWR Manchester main line at Sandbach Goods Junction. Elton Crossing was located at the top of the branch adjacent Fodens Works and was closed in 1971. The signal box at Elton is preserved on the Churnet Valley Railway at Cheddleton and the signal box at Hassall Green is now rebuilt in the Wirrel Country Park at Hadlow Road. My layout pictures have been seen in different threads before but I felt it time to have a layout thread as well to show developments, there is a lot of work remaining such as wiring and lighting the signals, completing the crossing house build and lane, installing the factory backdrop and finishing the Co-Operative Coal Merchants Yard with coal porters shed.