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Thread: Bantry Town Station 1950's

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    Correct!Thin strips of timber between rails and also each side of rails between platform and rails.
    The green effect is a Daler pastel rubbed on with my fingers!
    Also on the buffer end I have added some seaweed and mussels/limpets on the timbers-will post another picture of these shortly.

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    Fab. love the colours.
    Whither atrophy?

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    Bantry Pier update

    Latest photos of Bantry Pier
    Buffers and some railngs added
    Harbour wall progessing.
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    Beautiful work!
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    bantree, dam it sir, but your modelling skills have demonstrated a skill equal to craftsmanship, John Paul Construction would've been proud of that watertower, !!! very well done,
    BTB

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    Thanks very much for all the kind comments-its much appreciated

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    That's brilliant. The boards look so realistic. Only sea weathered boards look like that !!!

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    Really excellent. I can hear the sea gulls and smell the sea looking at that.

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    Can't wait to see the finished layout.

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    Mmm. Dribbling again. Lovely stuff.
    Whither atrophy?

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