Throwback Thursday, Back to the Future

Well this is certainly from the past, one of Albion Yards panniers drifts in to the yard with a typical coal train, quite a long while ago.. I can tell its one of the earlier images the warehouses are in the background, by the time the layouts career finished these were houses, and the foreground had changed from stone setts to a plain dirt top cover.

Without dwelling on 2020, there’s nothing wrong with looking at the past and taking motivation from it, I tend to do that quite a bit. This picture reminds me that there’s still steps forward to take for me at least, with the desire to do a Forest of Dean system layout with a couple of recognisable locations. That’s still the plan, possibly Fremo style, with a few shelfies thrown in along the way.

Into 21 then…

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