Attic layout under construction

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grahamt
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Re: Attic layout under construction

Postby grahamt » Sun Aug 16, 2009 9:27 pm

Black-marlin, next time I'm in Edinburgh I'll be sure to go there!

I've been putting off ballasting for a while. But I have started making some Scalescenes card models. I swapped the tunnel mouth at the end of the station so that it will match in with the retaining walls I've got ready. In its place now is a scalescenes tunnel portal I bought this morning. It was a real struggle to fit - it's certainly not designed for sharply curved track. My corner is only 2nd radius and I had to trim a lot off. But I've fitted it and weathered it. My first attempt at weathering and I'm really pleased with how it looks. I'm going to put retaining walls along the walls either side of the tunnel.

Here it is:

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Best wishes,

Graham ~

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grahamt
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Re: Attic layout under construction

Postby grahamt » Sun Aug 16, 2009 9:28 pm

Oh and I'm also looking for a name for the layout. I was thinking along the lines of Eastloft or Loftend or something. I'll keep thinking... :mrgreen:
Best wishes,

Graham ~

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Zanziba
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Re: Attic layout under construction

Postby Zanziba » Mon Aug 17, 2009 10:30 pm

What about "Lofty Heights"


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