Let's start with some track work:
All MDF with dirt for the road and tea leaves for the ground cover along the edges. More can be done but I could happily put this on the table now. Be sure to prime both sides to prevent warping.
Moving on to the draisine. This is the same RAFM kit seen in my earlier post; Irr Wb (F): Cyclopean delights with a few modifications.
I plated over the rear wheel well, removed the left drive wheel and added a rail bogie unit. My first attempt was with a modified diesel loco bogie but it proved too high to sit right with the Cyclops drive wheel. I may use it for a rail Dreadnought later For my second attempt I hacked apart a couple of Bettendorf trucks and shimmed them out with styrene to produce the above. A big part of both attempts was remembering that I was making a wargame piece and not working rolling stock so epoxying wheels solid was a proper solution to the problem.
I went with a World War II inspired camouflage pattern. I am not happy with my painting but that can always be redone later.
I dry brushed the "steam dome" and boiler reinforcing bands which gives it more of a Steampunk than VSF look, again, that can always be changed.