Well, nothing really major to speak of. I keep meaning to get to Redrock Canyon, but I need to configure and build a straight bridge that holds a curved track before I can start on the scenery. At any rate, here's a couple of recent covered hoppers I did for Solutia Inc. "Solutia Inc." covered hoppers are used for the transportation of para-nitrochlorobenzene (NO2C6H4Cl), transported as yellowish crystals, and used in agriculture, animal feed, dyes/pigments, engineering polymers, and rubber chemicals. Solutia Inc. is a prototype company (www.solutia.com), although they were part of Monsanto at the time of my layout (1980), and do not have their own railcars in real life. This second photo is of an Eastern Car Works F38 heavy duty flatcar I've been working on. It's still not quite done (brake wheels and weathering for the most part is all that's left), and it didn't come out quite as kewl as I had hoped because the instructions left a LOT to be desired. However, it's still pretty kewl. I lettered it for Rock Island (of course), despite the fact that they didn't actually have any. I've got another one in the project pile, that I think I'll build for MOPAC (who actually did own a few).