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9F, No 92077 arrives at West Shed.

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West Shed on a busy day in August 1958.

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60062 Departs Argyle Street on a gloriously sunny day in July 1997.

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6 hours ago, DKGL said:

7752 Passing the Dairy siding.

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That's a really nice view. I've always been taken with photos of railways that sneak in between buildings and walls. This captures that feeling very well. 

 

Rob. 

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Now....

What's for dinner?

 

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Driver about to crank up a Class 35 Hymek to leave the refuelling point to collect it's train from the station

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5 minutes ago, NHY 581 said:

A 3F shunts the yard at Bleat Wharf,  S&DJR. 

 

Rob. 

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Do I detect the skilled pencil work of Sheldon Fopp here?

 

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17 minutes ago, Captain Kernow said:

Do I detect the skilled pencil work of Sheldon Fopp here?

 

 

Ah! Tres bien. The connoisseur in you shines through, CK. 

 

You are correct. It is in fact  a pencil sketch from Sheldon. 

 

One can always count on you to recognise the work of an artist. 

 

 

Rob. 

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A view down the yard at Ladmanlow.

 

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Seeing Kevin's shot above, reminded me I used the same aging process on a few shots. Here's one:

 

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And then here's one unfiddled with, winter sunshine on the layout:

 

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Can I just say this thread was a pleasure to work through. 

 

Inspirational stuff.

 

Thanks all.

 

Mike

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On 29/07/2020 at 17:10, Wild Boar Fell said:

From my old layout Wild Boar Fell, shame about the blue wall, maybe a black and white photo would look better. 

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Using an editing programme it is quite easy to change the blue wall to grey by reducing the blue saturation to the minimum value.

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