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How realistic are your models? Photo challenge.

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The colour versions of the previous post:

LBSC (or ex-LBSC) Atlantics at work.

In BR days, 32424, Beachy Head can be seen at the head of a passenger service, probably in the mid-1950s.

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P_20181226_132657_vHDR_On by Jeffrey Lynn, on Flickr

 

LBSC No. 39, La France emerges from the tunnel on a single track diversionary route with a Pullman train for Brighton, probably around 1913 or 1914.

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P_20181227_174747_vHDR_On by Jeffrey Lynn, on Flickr

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P_20181227_174809_vHDR_On by Jeffrey Lynn, on Flickr

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url=https://flic.kr/p/2dJYPyA]P_20181227_175334_vHDR_On[/url] by Jeffrey Lynn, on Flickr

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That's nice. That's nice.

That's neat That's neat 

Looks like dynamite  :jester:

 

Cracking scene can almost smell the oil and diesel 

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That's neat That's neat 

Looks like dynamite  :jester:

 

Cracking scene can almost smell the oil and diesel 

I Thought it was

That neat Thats neat, i really love your tiger feet.  :sungum:

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Reworked the ground cover in the yard. It needs  a few tweaks

Extended the back scene a little in this one. 47010 sits in the weeds

 

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Nice work on the platform facings, SB. Concrete can be a bit tricky to do convincingly. Loving the oil drum as well.

 

 

Rob.

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I’m afraid the best I can come up with at the moment are a couple of shots of ‘Bristol’: this first one is of a companion for Ned. I haven’t found out his name yet.

 

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And this quick snap of an abandoned yard broom.

 

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Happy New Year to you and yours!

 

Tricky

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So that's where the Mrs parked it.

Naughty, but it did make me laugh out loud :)

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I went out with a witch for a few months; lovely woman. I can recommend them...

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I’m afraid the best I can come up with at the moment are a couple of shots of ‘Bristol’: this first one is of a companion for Ned. I haven’t found out his name yet.

 

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Looks like 2019 will be a good year for your roses.

 

P

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The chestnut palings are splendid, not often that one sees them modelled.

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Looks like 2019 will be a good year for your roses.

 

P

 

On family days out in the car in my childhood, long ago when there were still a good few horses about on the roads, the car boot would be supplied with copious old newspapers to pick up anything found still steaming on the road; mother was a keen and successful gardner!

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On family days out in the car in my childhood, long ago when there were still a good few horses about on the roads, the car boot would be supplied with copious old newspapers to pick up anything found still steaming on the road; mother was a keen and successful gardner!

When I was a lad the milk was delivered by a milkman with a horse and float. There was extreme competition between neighbours on the local council estate to get out with a spade and bucket and nab the steaming freshly produced piles.  Some people didn't speak for months if they lost the race to another neighbour.

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