In my last post I mentioned how important viewpoints are to the success of a model of Cadeby. Whilst looking up something completely different on Chris Ford's brilliant blog I came across an excellent example of the type of viewpoint I had in mind. I've edited it slightly to bring it in line with the scenes I'm trying to capture.
So imagine this with a shed on the right hand side and an overgrown fence running down the left, or the loco disappearing between a large tree on either side into a wooded area bounded on one side by a road and on the other a garden.
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