Sulle, September 2018

I’ve taken the plunge and dismantled the layout – in order to do some electrical work underneath. This meant separating baseboards that hadn’t been split since I did the scenic work. Luckily, everything went without major damage being done.

This has created the possibility to photograph the layout from angles not normally possible, and under different lighting – so here is a selection of today’s photo-fest.

 

Enfin j’ai osé de démanteler le réseau – pour faire des travaux éléctriques au dessous. Il m’a fallu séparer des modules qui je n’avais jamais fait depuis le finission des scènes. Heureusement tout allait sans problème.

Il m’a présenté de l’opportunité de faire des photos des directions pas normalement possibles, et sous d’éclairage différent. Voici les résultats de la «fête de photos» d’aujourd’hui.

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3 Responses to Sulle, September 2018

  1. Manu says:

    Wow! The first picture is astounding. I did wonder for a while whether it was a scene on your layout or a picture of some village provided as a comparison… What a work of art ! This lighting changes everything and the rolling stock alone lets you realize “it’s only a model” (as some smartass says in “Monty Python’s holy Grail”…) But what model! I’m in awe: you just made my day!
    Manu

    • ijstock says:

      Thanks Manu…. sad isn’t it… it’s the trains that give the game away. Maybe a little more weathering would help. It’s on the list of things to do. I hope your plans are still developing nicely too….and that invitation is still open should you want to cross La Manche some time.

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