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Another month , another POTM required ............... ;-)

Please add your selections to this thread.



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From Terry / Col Stephens back in  2012     O Gauge - Luxted

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There are so many excellent scenes on John Dew's Granby that it's difficult to select just one as my choice for POTM but I thought this one looked rather appealing.  It was apparently taken in 1948 but John has done an excellent job of recreating it today :



It can be found here:  https://yourmodelrailway.net/gallery/434/434_020000_210000000.jpg



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I entered a newer version below! 

I’ll add this amazing modelling work from Wombat Creek into the mix. Some fine modelling has gone into this. 



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By Chubber



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This one for me. I love the old Bedford in the background. They were known as 'pramhandles' on account of the useless bar across the front. So much atmosphere in this layout.



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Ooh, it's a pannier, just got to love 'em, so it gets my vote.

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I would like to cancel my original entry and re-submit with this one which is really looks the part!



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TeaselBay wrote: I would like to cancel my original entry and re-submit with this one which is really looks the part!

A very good rendition of Flinders Street Station.



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I'll put my vote in for Claus's Flinders Street Station building.



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