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 Posted: Sun Jun 30th, 2013 10:53 am
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Built in 1878 and now the excellent museum on the Severn Valley Railway. The building has been restored to a near original condition. Grain was stored on the ground floor and wool on the first floor.
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 Posted: Sun Jun 30th, 2013 11:45 am
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Right ! - Wicks, timber, baseboards....

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Now that would make a great model..., eh Mr Downes..!   Great pics, full of detail and as a model, full of potential.

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I couldn't agree more Gary, but let's not forget David's brilliant photography!

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Have you got a start date in mind Allan?.



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Probably come winter Alan, at the moment we're out and about while the weather's fine and our old limbs  will still allow it!

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allan downes wrote: ...but let's not forget David's brilliant photography!

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You're right there Allan. Davids photography has been outstanding. David must do a fair bit of driving I imagine and it is all worth it ! I admire all David's hard work, photographing and publishing them here. Having a collection of great detail pics for each and everyone here to view or use as modelling inspiration is a credit to David.

Great pics David, keep them coming.

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You certainly have a great eye for detail David and you and your work are a credit to this forum.

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Thanks guys. If it helps you all in some small way carry on producing layouts of such quality then that's reward enough for me.
My trips recently have all been by rail rather than road - much the nicer way to travel.
If anybody has any requests of photos they would like, of whatever, let me know and I'll see if it's possible. 
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How about what's left of Hemyock and Ashburton David ?

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Ashburton is a garage now.Motor repairs.



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Are you a professional photographer David ?  As everyone says, these are great photographs.

They'll be worth a bob or two in years to come - Ivo Peters type stuff ......................:roll::roll::roll:



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spurno wrote: Ashburton is a garage now.Motor repairs.


Yes, and when I last went there, the mechanic in the old station didn't even know that once it was a station!

And I found an old rail chair in a bush ! (and an old unwanted pannier in the bush next to it - I should be so lucky!)

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And the old Maltings at Ashburtom.



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I'll add it to my list Allan.
No I'm not a professional photographer - far from it. Modern cameras do all the hard work and it's easy to take lots of images now in these digital days.
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