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Hi Michael.    Very good indeed, but with my “ultra small no room for a lot scenery” I am looking for inspiration that makes an impact. From the scenic break right across the tracks, all over the baseboard.  Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Kevin, and thank you.  The half relief buildings are just 3.5 cm deep, and to be honest they would have looked fine at something like 2.5 cm (or an inch, if you prefer). They do not have to take up much baseboard room, and none of them are fixed so they can be removed for storage if necessary.  
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Hi  Michael   Thank you for your reply. I had been considering low relief warehouses, but I was in such a rush to get started on a layout that I never thought about people having somewhere to live, a bit like the 21st Century? And now I haven’t got any space for staff buildings or industry.   Best wishes Kevin 



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TeaselBay wrote: Petermac wrote: And the worthy winner this month is:



From Michael's (Headmaster) Faversham Creek layout.

This will be our header photo for September. 
Congratulations Michael !!  :cheers

I change my mind! Michael didn't even get a train in it... Not even track, it should be disqualified! haha

Well done Michael, a worthy first winner on the vote!


:mutley :mutley :mutley  Now's your chance to vote for one stuffed with locos for October Chris  :cheers



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A very worthy winner for September's picture of the month. Well done that man !
Now to delve into the depths to choose my nomination for October's choice  :hmm

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low relief can be very convincing... my version of a street



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How "low relief" are these Andy?  They look like full buildings!  So yes, very convincing indeed!!
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Stunning modelling and a very worthy pic of the month.



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