April Progress

Posted on May 1, 2017. Filed under: Monthly progress |

The front of layout view blockers, in conjunction with movable tree modules beyond the railway, create a number of adjacent, or linked, diorama-style views for exhibition purposes (see September Progress from 2016).

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This is the scene between view blockers at the north end of the layout (above left, seen on first completion in “Tree-mendous”, Project Progress, August 15, 2015) and left of centre of the layout (above right, as illustrated in “February Progress”, March 1, 2017).

And here’s the station entrance, the next diorama right (south) of that above.

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I’ve updated the Scenic Gallery with these and several other new photographs.

This recent spate of photography has highlighted the limited number of hedges, bushes, shrubs and flowers on the layout. In the last few days of the month I started doing something about it, and hopefully that will bring to an end the scenic work. Apart from backscenes, that is.

It’s also high time I started a new loco.

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