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 Posted: Mon Jul 23rd, 2012 03:28 am
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I have finally decided to call the layout Pen y Bryn, so i've collected the pictures from various posts of mine and included them here.

They show shots of the layout from around ten years ago and also recent pictures where i've added a lot more detail, hopefully you should see a difference with the pit and loco shed scenes.:roll:

 

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First-class attention to detail there, I have enjoyed studying the pictures, thanks for posting :thumbs:thumbs

 

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Thanks Doug, the pit scene is a long way from being finished...one day:lol:



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Good idea Phill and great pictures. To make things a little easier on the viewer I have edited your post and put 3 or 4 returns between each picture.



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Thanks Robert, good idea.



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"First-class attention to detail there, I have enjoyed studying the pictures"
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A truly stunning layout Phil. :thumbs

As Doug said, the attention to detail is remarkable.  Many of those shots could quite easily have been passed off as photos of the real thing and nobody would have been any the wiser. :pathead



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I guess trying to make it look real is the main problem, sometimes it works better than others.

 

I quite like cheating now and again though, with those Photoshop shots, it's a bit of fun really, I expect you noticed me in the loco shed picture and my son carrying the red can :lol:



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Phil.c wrote: I guess trying to make it look real is the main problem, sometimes it works better than others.

 

I quite like cheating now and again though, with those Photoshop shots, it's a bit of fun really, I expect you noticed me in the loco shed picture and my son carrying the red can :lol:

In the B & W shot?

Brilliant stuff altogether really!:thumbs

Fantastic work.
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Yes Shaun, the B&W shot.

 

I'm about 5 miles SE of Merthyr, 15 miles North of Caerphilly.

 

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There's a whole lot of Photos of the Month in this thread !

Very, very nice, and looks fun to operate too.



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I've not had chance to operate it yet :roll: 

 

After getting back to it after 10 years, I re-wired it and bought a DCC unit, I've also added sound loco chips.



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Phil.c wrote
I'm about 5 miles SE of Merthyr, 15 miles North of Caerphilly.
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Pity you aren't further West - it's a bit lonely over here!
I think there are only three of us in Pembs/Carms/Ceridigion.

Never mind. We have the forum...

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Call in next time you're passing;-)



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Hi All,

 

I've not been able to do much with the layout lately due to various commitments.

 

My wife has just gone to my sons in Nottingham until Saturday so hopefully i'll be able to do some more detailing, well that's the plan :lol:

 

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Probably the foreground area in picture five will be the next job.



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Really enjoyed seeing your layout again Phill. Hope the wife enjoys her trip to Nottingham,



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Thanks Ian, there's lots to do but very little time, if only I did'nt need to work, I could get so much more done :lol:



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Hi Phil,

Your photography is as good as the layout ! Nice shots of a beautifully detailed layout. I especially like shots, 6 (signal box), 11 (goods shed/yard), 16 (under bridge), 24 (smokey engine sheds/yard) and 25 (side of engine shed close-up).
Very, very nice !

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