Heavyweights creep in …

In reality, highly unlikely, but I like it. It also takes the layout back to its roots as an occaisional photo set.

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2 Responses to Heavyweights creep in …

  1. Dave smith says:

    Paul, did you post a photo in 2012 USA Model Railroder magazine? If so where did you get that wonderful backdrop? Sunnyfield@aol.com

    • bawdsey says:

      Hi Dave, The layout has been in the readers images section of MRR in April’s edition this year.
      The back drop is a digitally printed image which is 14ft long by 18 inches high. The image was taken by Chris Nevard, who’s blog is linked from here, and he kindly allowed me to use it. Hopefully there will be more on the technology and techniques in the UK press later this year.
      brgds
      PMP

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