It is great to see that it is always moving forward. It might appear to the uninitiated that it is random growth, and it is! That is how a layout usually grows. You add in some tracks down here and over there a building and right here, let's get some detail in. A layout is a canvas and you cannot go from blank to complete in one brush stoke - no, it takes many brush strokes to complete a masterpiece.
So here is just one small brush stroke I spotted. Craig has done a dye job on a handful of wooden matchsticks (most likely they are accurately cut timbers, but let's call 'em match sticks) and then started to lay them out to make a nice pedestrian crossing. It is not finished by any means, but you do get the idea - a pathway with a few excess timbers strewn around for effect.
This sort of detail adds greatly to the scenery of a layout yet takes not much effort at all.