The church in the corner of the layout is fitted with stained glass windows and has an internal ligh bulb which makes these shine out. Some of the other buildings can also be fitted with internal lights and this will be done at some stage in the future. The layout has spot lights over it but by turnning these and the main loft lights out and leaving just the model lights on it is possible to achieve some interesting 'night time' photographs.
There is also a level crossing with working flashing warning lights and two lower quadrant semaphore signals (for no other reason than I like this type of signal) where the branch leaves the main station. These are from Ratio kits and are motorised using Embedded Controls servo systems driven directly from the computer outputs. These drive units are superb as the servo is programmed to even simulate the bounce of a real signal arm being pulled off.