Building Wrenton - Page 26
A couple more buildings loosely based on prototypes at Crowcombe Heathfield. The original of this one is not much older than the model.
The shelter on the opposite platform isn't an original either.
The planking on the model was scored by the Silhouette Portrait machine with the blade set to a shallow cutting depth. A second pass with the blade depth set to maximum cut out the windows, door opening and the walls.
Looking south, this was taken with the camera sitting on a piece of wood spanning the tunnel portal and the road bridge.
The village green and the Fox together with the run-down cottage where the new owners' furniture has just arrived. This was taken with the standard lens from an old 35mm film camera mounted on the digital camera.
Using the same lens, here's a new view of the village looking north.
A couple of pictures using the same lens showing an Ivatt Class 2MT on a short local train.
A Midland 4F heads north with empty coal wagons and a Jinty waits in the goods yard.
The Class 24 is about to enter the goods yard to allow a faster train to pass.
The faster train is hauled by an A4 "Bittern".
Bittern heads on its way.