Two Sister's Farm Saga

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Re: Two Sister's Farm Saga

Postby Broadoak » Tue Aug 18, 2020 7:59 am

This is the last selection of photos until I get a chance to take some more once all the ground cover is finished.
The yard foreman is seen out in his jeep with a minimal load of a couple of empty wagons on his way back to Two Sister's Farm yard.
We see a couple of wagons with items for repair left to be collected later then taken to the farm workshop. Some of the items seem to have ended up on the scrap pile.

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Re: Two Sister's Farm Saga

Postby Broadoak » Sun Sep 13, 2020 8:41 am

There is still work to be done, the roof on the hut for instance, some more vegetation. I also need to get some suitable figures to populate the layout as this helps to give viewer an idea of scale. I can run trains when I feel the urge to keep my interest going.

In the meantime there is still much to do on my OO scale ex GWR layout. :oops:

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