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 Posted: Sun Dec 16th, 2018 09:38 am
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Thanks for the encouragement everyone. The work of others on here has certainly inspired me!


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Thanks Martin - a miscalculation on my part as there should be a telegraph pole concealing that right angle in the sky. Unfortunately I fixed the station building hard against the backscene so there’s no room now! I may just put the top of the pole in and try to blend it in, or try some foliage as you suggest. The tracks do all join up - there is an ‘aerial’ photo of the layout earlier in the thread which may show this. It’s very basic - under the road bridge is a sector plate which links the two running lines. Since posting that pic of the gate, I had the same thought as you about an air of dereliction and have started to introduce some greenery and weathered the wood ramp - this pic is with flash - looks more subtle in ‘natural’ light.....

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Ah, that's better! A bit of muck and bullets as they say helps settle stuff in to place.

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Lovely stuff.  Amazing how different scales are still such an inspiration.  Look forward to seeing more!

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This is the view that the driver of the Drewry railcar gets as he rolls to a stop in platform 2. Point rodding now installed! 

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More scenic work done....

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And a bit more....

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Detail of telegraph pole....

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Great modelling David  :thumbs


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Love the telegraph poles i assume you have made those insulators out of something yourself unless you have one of those 3d printers of course.

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Thanks ! It’s a kit from Invertrain. Wooden poles and white metal arms/insulators 

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