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 Posted: Wed Apr 11th, 2007 11:09 pm
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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 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





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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
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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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