This week I’ve had both Albion Yard and Bawdsey up for a digital meejah project. It’s been interesting doing a compare and contrast between the two layouts and styles. They have similar footprint dimensions but have a very different execution to the theme of railway modelling I could have a model railway exhibition in my own garage. It has given me a few ideas for the next layout, which is already underway. Having the two layouts side by side I did a bit of cheeky swapping of locos and stock, Bawdsey has some excellent scenes on it, and it’d have been a shame to waste the snapping opportunity when it was there, so I transferred a few of Albion Yards loco’s across and took a good selection of images for ‘stock’.
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