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Somewhat later than planned - sorry for that - but please add your nominations for the June Picture of the Month here.



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The work here on Wombat creak is fantastic!


So much detail dedicated to a single building!



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Last Month Ron (Sol) posted a picture of Tetley Mills. . . So I went back and took a look and this picture just grabbed me . . . So My nomination for June POM is...




Link to topic here.  Tetley Mills

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I have always been a fan of Tetley Mills.  DS was a sad loss to the hobby.  I support Matt and give this my vote.



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While tetley Mills is a legendary layout, and quite probably my favourite all-time layout,I'll go with Chris's choice of that excellent building on Claus Ellef's Wombat Creek.An absolute masterclass in modelling!
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Of course as I've already put in my nomination for this month it would be improper of me to put up another wouldn't it ? Sooo I'll just leave this here



*Cough, Cough*  :cool wink



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Yup, seems most appropriate!



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My suggestion     The UP's Providence River Branch


by the late John Flann
http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=6266&forum_id=21#p108905



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Longchap wrote: Yup, seems most appropriate!



Bill
This must be the June picture!



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Just to confuse things... I believe that this is worthy of consideration. 



Can be found here:
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My Choice from Tetley Mills, superb atmosphere and lighting on top of the great modelling!

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Yep, this from Chris gets my vote too.

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I was in two minds as to whether to select a new one but on this occasion, as further recognition of Chris's win "elsewhere", I'll add my vote to his brilliant boxfile challenge winner.




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Whilst I didn't post the winning selection, you'll already have seen from the header picture that Chris's winning boxfile challenge was also the winning selection this month on YMR.

Well done Chris - a worthy winner. :thumbs





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Sorry Peter, window of opportunity ( an actual spare five minutes !)  I gathered you were still ultra busy slaving over a hot Lawnmower, So I went ahead and made the changeover  :thumbs
It was a clear winner so no need to wait for the Judge's final decision  :cool wink

Well done Chris, a well deserved double Win !!  :Happy



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Thanks guys. Very much appreciated. 



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