London 1912

Xavier A. Oct 20, 2016

  1. Xavier A.

    Xavier A. TrainBoard Member

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    Hi !

    This is another diorama from my workshop. !!

    To no boring you too much, just a few pictures.



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    Thanks for watching. !

    Regards

    Xavier
     
  2. acptulsa

    acptulsa TrainBoard Member

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    Beautiful!

    World's largest metaphor hits iceberg? LOL. I didn't realize the Onion existed in the print era! Or am I looking too closely?
     
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  4. BoxcabE50

    BoxcabE50 HOn30 & N Scales Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Wow. Thought those were all prototype photos. Well done!
     
  5. JimJ

    JimJ Staff Member

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    Outstanding! Another one of my favorite subjects! I even bought the Titanic album from the Titanic Historical Society back in 1978. It had recordings of survivors including 2nd Officer Lightoller. Great modeling as well. I love the brick texture.
     
  6. acptulsa

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    Interesting to contemplate that the RMS Titanic would be just over ten feet long in HO, and just over five in N. Longer than an E and nine Pullmans--and a whole lot wider.
     

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