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The crossing.







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Totterhoe Mineral Railway
by Eamonn Seddon
O9 ... O being 1/48 ... 9 being 9mm ... That is 15" inch gauge ... Say On15

This is a exhibition layout with a difference,
you will note the treatment given to draw the eye to the location the builder wants.

Eamonn refers to it as a 'Ribbon Type'
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The locos are powered with N-scale mechanisms.







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The track bed is elevated about 1 1/2 inches higher than the baseboard,

every thing not on the landscaping is painted a deep grey,

as the use in live theatre to focus the attention on the stage







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Wow that's pretty cool!:c2:

Amazing what modelers come up with!!:Brilliant:



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Dolores on the Rio Grande Southern
by Laurie Green
On3

Note the backdrop, painted by hand and very effective




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Note the switch throws




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Very cool Don!

Love that RGS stuff.

Harp switch stands are my favorite!  :cool::cool::cool:



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Paladin wrote:
The track bed is elevated about 1 1/2 inches higher than the base board,
every thing not on the landscaping is painted a deep grey,
as the use in live theatre to focus the attention on the stage.




 
This is Very Unique Don...........

I'm not sure its something I'd lean towards, but it has a certain appeal to it.
Certainly the builder has created a rather unique look to say the least.

:)

Yep, you really musta been just bored silly.  :moose:

Thanks For sharing !!!  :thumb:




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