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 Posted: Tue Feb 7th, 2012 10:02 pm
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Hi,

Over the weekend (05/02/12) we had a visitation of that 'orrible white stuff - snow!

I borrowed my wife's camera and braved it outside and here are some of the results



No trains today - we are all snowed in!



One side of the main (& only) street.



The other side with the new hotel towering over everything, the flash came in to assist in the deepening gloom . The white blobs are falling snow.



And a final one of the MOW  (Maintenance of Way)  sheds - the building with the yellow curtains was one of the very first buildings I made.

Enjoy!

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 Posted: Tue Feb 7th, 2012 10:28 pm
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They certainly seem to have stood up well to the cold, snow and damp Peter.



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That would look very realistic Peter if you had the tracks cleared ...............:roll::roll:



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Petermac wrote: That would look very realistic Peter if you had the tracks cleared ...............:roll::roll:


.....bring on the scale snowploughs...!

 

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dooferdog wrote: Petermac wrote: That would look very realistic Peter if you had the tracks cleared ...............:roll::roll:


.....bring on the scale snowploughs...!

 

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and some scale size snowmen ?



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But I need some scale hands to make them??  And of course the scale snow particles - nah; it was too cold to be out long!

Yours Peter.

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peterbunce wrote: But I need some scale hands to make them??  And of course the scale snow particles - nah; it was too cold to be out long!

Yours Peter.

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