Sunday, 27 September 2015

Thornycroft Photo Series #10


The tenth and last photograph, in this photo series showing the Thornycroft sidings...

A high view looking over the Thornycroft works, at the Dutch wood drying barn, and the onsite museum, with Worting bridge in the background.

Everything you see in the photo (apart from the sky), is all "real" and part of the model railway, scratch built and scaled in n-gauge; (approx)2mm:1ft.

Shot with a Canon EOS 550D.

Ed

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Thornycroft Photo Series #9


The ninth photograph, in the photo series showing the Thornycroft sidings...

A high view looking over the Thornycroft works from Worting Road

Everything you see in the photo (apart from the sky), is all "real" and part of the model railway, scratch built and scaled in n-gauge; (approx)2mm:1ft.

Shot with a Canon EOS 550D.

Ed

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Thornycroft Photo Series #8



The eighth photograph, in the photo series showing the Thornycroft sidings...

The Southern "278" G6 0-6-0T passes the Thornycroft wood store on it's way to Basingstoke station. carrying covered loads on 1 blank wagons.

Everything you see in the photo (apart from the sky), is all "real" and part of the model railway, scratch built and scaled in n-gauge; (approx)2mm:1ft.

Shot with a Canon EOS 550D.

Ed

Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Thornycroft Photo Series #7



The seventh photograph, in the photo series showing the Thornycroft sidings...

At night, a view across the railway crossing looking into the yard, as the Southern "278" G6 0-6-0T comes in with it's last load of the day.

Everything you see in the photo, is all "real" and part of the model railway, scratch built and scaled in n-gauge; (approx)2mm:1ft.

Shot with a Canon EOS 550D.

Ed

Sunday, 13 September 2015

Thornycroft Photo Series #6



The sixth photo in this photograph series showing the Thornycroft sidings...

An XC bus chassis is being tested with load in the yard just outside the running shed and export/ repair shop, in the back of the picture standing outside the onsite museum is the very first Thornycroft No. 1 Steam Van. Centre of the picture is the fire station.

Everything you see in the photo, apart from the sky, is all "real" and part of the model railway, scratch built and scaled in n-gauge; (approx)2mm:1ft.

Shot with a Canon EOS 550D.

Ed

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Thornycroft Photo Series #5



The fifth photograph in this photo series showing the Thornycroft sidings...

The Southern "278" G6 0-6-0T on shunting duties in the sidings by the chassis store. Manoeuvring the guard van into place. In the back you can see a man unloading bundles of hay/straw into the store shed.

Everything you see in the photo, apart from the sky, is all "real" and part of the model railway, scratch built and scaled in n-gauge; (approx)2mm:1ft.

Shot with a Canon EOS 550D.

Ed

Sunday, 6 September 2015

Thornycroft Photo Series #4



The forth photo in a new series of photographs showing the Thornycroft sidings...

The view from the top of Worting Road bridge, looking into the Thorycroft sidings.

Everything you see in the photo, apart from the sky, is all "real" and part of the model railway, scratch built and scaled in n-gauge; (approx)2mm:1ft.

Shot with a Canon EOS 550D.

Ed

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Thornycroft Photo Series #3



The third one in a new series of photographs showing the Thornycroft sidings...

Here we see some A1 class chassis waiting outside the paint shop. In the distance the timber drying shed - One of the original buildings on the site, which dated back to 1898 or there about.

Everything you see in the photo, apart from the sky, is all "real" and part of the model railway, scratch built and scaled in n-gauge; (approx)2mm:1ft.

Shot with a Canon EOS 550D.

Ed
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