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 Posted: Sun May 19th, 2013 09:55 am
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Some interesting weathering here.

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I was going to ask how you took those shots of the ironwork/handrailing etc from beyond the viaduct... Then I cheated and looked on Google maps and there is a road bridge next to it ! Great pics and excellent close-ups for weathering detail.

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Thanks Gary. Yes the road is very well placed for once. The area to the sides is used as a car park and so there is a convenient access under the viaduct. Seaside air and steel = lots of corrosion.
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Some excellent construction detail too. Can't get too much of that for any prototype build a modeller is going to make.



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