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A quick bit of 3D visualisation this morning for the 4ft x 18 inches www.Westhillroad.co.uk the halt platform between the signals will be a typical SR concrete type...

Valley and stream in front left hand corner. Road and level crossing on right hand side. 
Small station building to go behind the signal cabin. 

Smaller buildings to the rear for perspective and a range trees sizes to break the views and hide track exits


None of this computer 3D graphics malarkey...just pencil on plywood .

 

more to come...

 

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13 minutes ago, woodenhead said:

What this will need are some good LSWR buildings to plonk onto it, you need to have a word in your boss's earhole.


Sorry but it’s getting an Exmouth Junction works concrete halt (I am using a Kernow LSWR ground frame hut as it’s signal and crossing keepers hut) 

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After my great great grandmother was widowed when her husband, a ganger, was knocked down by a train she was given the crossing keepers job at Gosford Gates, she was there for over 20 years. I was  born within sight of Exmouth Junction, and my local station Polsloe Bridge Halt was a product of the concrete works, so this project will be of interest to me,

 

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A little progress has been made here and there and both my blog and this thread should hopefully see an update in the next few weeks. 
I thank you ever so much for the continued interest. 

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Ooh I missed this one; right up my alley, and something I've always wanted to build - a small backwater Southern Railway halt. Indeed, my latest project is reverting back to a similar idea...
Anyway, I'm pleased that you're resisting the temptation to fill it with buildings; I think the open nature will pay dividends as far as atmosphere is concerned.
Can't wait to see future updates!

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On 17/08/2021 at 17:41, SouthernRegionSteam said:

Ooh I missed this one; right up my alley, and something I've always wanted to build - a small backwater Southern Railway halt. Indeed, my latest project is reverting back to a similar idea...

 

You need this then my babber...

 

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1 hour ago, Tim Dubya said:

Just thinking out loud....

 

but would you governor be interested in commissioning a southern concrete halt and shelter thingy out of that resin or that whathaveyou stuff?  Could be sectional to form a tiddler or a long one ;)


Never say never... to coin a phrase... 

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40 minutes ago, Stubby47 said:

Is that 3D printed or resin cast ?

It's 3D printed part the lighting is making it look more yellow than the  slightly translucent grey that it is. 

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