nevard_130415_PGCH_IMG_3495, a photo by nevardmedia on Flickr.
The first tree is in, it being salvaged from Polbrock. More will run along the rear in a random fashion along the lines of an over grown hedgerow, but without over crowding the scene, I like the feeling of space.
"An ex-L&YR 'Pug' propels a short rake of wagons up the gradient toward Polbrook Gurney Upper Pit. The Cornish engine can just be seen beyond the bridge.
I'll take you through the construction of this layout in Model Rail magazine, starting a new series from the May issue which is on sale from 18 April 2013.
I think I'm going to be hooked to this new seriesReplyDelete
*rushes out to buy the latest issue*
Seriously, the grass looks amazing and shows that for serious modelling, you can't just make do with Teddy Bear Fur and scatter :)
Very impressive indeed. The grass, as mentioned already by someone, looks excellent. The whole scene works.ReplyDelete