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 Posted: Tue Feb 14th, 2012 08:19 am
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Lake District.


Dolgoch.


Dolgoch.


Dolgoch.


Can't remember.


Dublin.


Lake District.


Bowlem.


Montgomery.


Bowlem.


Bridge over disused railway line at Haskayne Cutting (Known locally as the Blue Bell line because of the proximity of a pub of that name).



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 Posted: Tue Feb 14th, 2012 10:14 am
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Have sorted those into the Permanent Prototype archive DD, excellent.



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Thanks, Bob.
As you can see, I'm trying to sort through thousands of prints from nearly 20 years ago - some are not very good!
They are just sitting in the attic.
I'll put some on DVDs for my own reference but if anyone is inspired by the content I'll be pleased.
For example:
Lots of folks building harbours, canals and the like.
We'd probably remember lifebelts and railings.
What about street lamps, parked cars, telephone box and the rest of it.

I have about 1,000 pics of waterfalls if anyone is interested!

PS: I should have said that Dolgoch is served by the Talallyn Railway and that is the improbable Railway Bridge in the pics. above.



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ddolfelin wrote:  
PS: I should have said that Dolgoch is served by the Talallyn Railway and that is the improbable Railway Bridge in the pics. above.


I'm intrigued by the picture showing the top edge of this one with the 'criss-cross' non-slip blue bricks......just who is going to be walking across there?

This, and another 10,000 questions will probably remained unanswered in my 'Why?' box, along with 'Why? Why don't snails eat the dandelions...?' and 'Who sows the seeds for the stones that comeup each year?'

 

I'd love to model some of these, especially the ninth picture 'Montgomery' but if I build any more models with no-where to put them SWMBO has threatened to confiscate my scalpel and my Mickey Mouse slippers........

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Sorry, Doug.
That's just the parapet - I should have made that plain.
The footbridge is the one just below.



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ddolfelin wrote: Sorry, Doug.
That's just the parapet - I should have made that plain.
The footbridge is the one just below.


Sorry, it was the parapet I was refering to, [I think], just who was going to walk along it??:lol:

 

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