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Old 20th December 2010, 16:31   #11
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Default Re: "Conor's Run" - 1943, Somewhere in England

Here's a few of the Beamish research photos. Layout plan to follow soon.

The mine.


An interesting yard crane.
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Loco fuelling point.


Another interesting yard crane.
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Tram. This is probably going to be a scratch build unless I can find something off the shelf.


Tram over head wires at the street corner.
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Typical street scene.


not forgetting the back lane.


Front gardens too, but all the iron railings will have been cut off.
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There were a number of posters and signs that i'll be able to shrink down and use.



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The tram lines were quite interesting in that the points only have one moving switchbalde. I hadn't noticed that before.


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The station, looking rather bleak and frosty.


Signal Box with a nice sunset.
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The station.


Another loading crane.
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The station.


Goods wagon shed. I found this quite unusual having such a low roof height, it limits what can use it.
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Goods shed.


Weigh Bridge.
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