My 'Sidi Fontana' layout is nearly finished, so it's time for me to create a new one.
I want to reproduce a sugar cane railway in Egypt at OO9 scale.
It's a real 2 feet gauge built by French and English in 19th century and still used today.
The train is used for 50% of the cane sugar in Egypt.
I will reproduce a part of a sugar cane refinery near Luxor with his harbour and crane.
The locomotives and the rolling stock don't exist and my friend Jean-Pierre Duval will do this with 3D-printings.
I wouldn't worry about 'not knowing' what to do at the left corner: when we don't know we allow truly new things to happen. When the moment comes you'll do the right thing.
Why lower the height of thew tanks?
Because they appear much too dominant in the scene?
Yes. And that is exactly the feeling I get when I bike along the tanks in the harbor area here!!!
Even the almost totaly hiding chimney behind suggest a lot of space beyond the tanksand more industrial activity.
Of course it is just my personal opinion but I would let it as it is. Looks very convincing to me.
____________________ Extract from "THE FOUR STEPS METHOD" by Ching Pang Tsè:
1) Calm down.
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3) Calm down.
4) First calm down.