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 Posted: Fri Oct 26th, 2007 04:37 pm
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I'd sack the grave diggers if I were you. :evil: You would think they would know that graves are usually oriented east-west in churchyards such as this! :roll: I guess they can claim modellers licence though. :lol:

Seriously, you have done a brilliant job with this little scene, Novice. It tells a story in it's own right rather than just being a passive piece of scenery. I wonder who died? :? :D

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Thanks Perry

I have a horrible feeling it could be one of Mr Dapol's great uncles :)

We will have to see if Mr Dapol was mentioned in the will!

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Perry wrote:I'd sack the grave diggers if I were you. :evil: You would think they would know that graves are usually oriented east-west in churchyards such as this! :roll: I guess they can claim modellers licence though. :lol:

I wonder who died? :? :D

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Maybe it's a family grave Perry - you know the type - "his and hers" side by side !!

Novice - that looks just great. When you go back to the first photo, you see an amazing transformation from a "toy" to a minature masterpiece. Congratulations.

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The others have said it all Novice, great job.



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That is so cool!

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Hey Novice :lol: you could always have MR Dapol's cousins digging the body up for an autopsy as word has got out that it might have been a Murder, so you could have a coffin with a skeleton and some Coppers standing around watching :D :D .... a real scandal in the Village :shock: :P
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Well what do you know :shock: I was on my way to Royston and came over a hill and on the skyline was a church that looked like St Hornby church. Ever since starting the project I have wondered whether the shape, particulalry of the nave, existed in real life. I couldn't resist taking a few pictures:







The stone work may not be in as good nick as St Hornby and the roof and some of the brickwork is different, however, I think the shape is a pretty good match :)

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