McLeod, If you don't find the answers, please ask away.Absolutely wonderful! That scene is so active and alive.
Reading through you're work has inspired me to give it a go, while I'm waiting for my layout room to be renovated. My plan is to build a very small photo diorama to start, applying the techniques you've taught me throughout this thread. You teach extremely well.
Some of them look flimsy, there’s some gaps on the piles and caps, some of the stringers have a big gap, and some of the ties are “floating”.WOW - did not see that until I expanded the photo!
I can see why it fell off the track too? Some of those pilings under the bridge cross members look sort of flimsy too!
That question can be quite difficult to answer, as you are seeing the actual scene in comparison, and we have only the photo on our individual screens.Do some of these photos seem to be color goofed up? Or, is it just me?
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