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How realistic are your models? Photo challenge.

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Not the best shot but not to bad either.

Wish I could remember who's make the traction motor was laying in the foreground.

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Here is a shot at one module of mine from the ASN  (Italian N Scale Society) modular layout, it is an interchange module so that we can connect (in international exhibition such as Stuttgart / European N Scale Convention) with modules made from the german friends - you know in Germany trains go the wrong way, like in England cars, ahem  :stinker: .

 

Photo was taken with a compact Canon, I just added some "sky" in the back with Photoshop

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4547 leaves Brent with a short up parcels in the winter of 1947.

 

 

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An infrequent visitor to this topic other than to admire and respect the work of others but here's something I posted earlier to the layout thread and was encouraged to re-post here after a couple of texts,

 

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Finally completed the Ivatt....

 

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Paying with my recently purchased Photoshop Elements 11, I managed to recreate an image which pays homage to the real Croxley Green branch which had a few bridges which crossed water including the Grand Union Canal.

 

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Nigel

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^^^terrific Waverley West. everything really comes together brilliantly in that shot. :)

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^^

That is amongst the best model railway images I have ever seen. If not the best.
(And there are some bl00dy good images on here!)

 

Well done sir.

 

Kev.

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