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Still Sorting The Landscape


RichardS

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METAMORPHIC ROCK is ANY OF A CLASS OF ROCKS THAT RESULT FROM THE ALTERATION OF PREEXISTING ROCKS IN RESPONSE TO CHANGING ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS, SUCH AS VARIATIONS IN TEMPERATURE, PRESSURE, AND MECHANICAL STRESS, AND THE ADDITION OR SUBTRACTION OF CHEMICAL COMPONENTS.

The underlying rocks of Bosemlin are plywood and deal and I am altering these by a process involving the application of a saw and drill slowly turning them into sawdust. Yes, I am still rebuilding the landscape at the River End. I shall bullet point the actions taken lest this episode becomes a lengthy description about cutting plywood. Although as the Corona Virus lockdown proceeds even reading such a diatribe could be a light relief from listening to politicians wittering on with excuses about why nobody in the UK has actually be tested and there’s only enough PPE for a St John’s Ambulance Treatment Unit in Hawick. Exaggerate? Me? Never!

In fact I’ve changed my mind. I’m only posting photos. Each is said to be worth 1000 words. You decide.

img_20200515_173949.jpg?w=768I am never sure where the actual junction at Boscarne is. That is to say which end of the lines. Here are the diverging lines. This is the final Templot. More about Templot another time. img_20200519_160639.jpg?w=1024The approximate positions of the two river bridges. The actual height of the bridge is a bit more than half that allowed. The extra height allows more landscape flexibility. img_20200515_173916.jpg?w=1024Bird eye view of the final curve alignments. Nothing less than about 38 inches. img_20200519_160828.jpg?w=1024And the view from outside. It has taken me quite a while to extend the baseboards and devise the curve and also get it level.

Still some woodwork to do at this end but the main elements are in. Quite a lot of the scenery at this end will only be properly visible from inside the layout. Thanks for reading. Stay safe!

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