It had always been my intention to include a scene of grazing cattle in the foreground of the Wesso section. The recent driving trip through areas of the country where herds of cattle are a common sight seems to have motivated me to get started. One of the things I needed for this project was barbed wire fencing to keep the cattle off the tracks.
I recently found out that N Scale Architect also offers a similar type of product and I plan to try that one out as well.
I avoid adding these to the posts where two sections are spliced together so those solder joints don't come loose.
Holes are poked in the scenery with a push pin corresponding with the locations of the longer posts. A drop of white glue was placed into each hole and then the fence section is set in place. Push pins are used again to hold the fence in place while the glue dries.
Any places that were missed when painting get touched up now.
Ready for the herd !