Remembrance in Miniature

Because it’s going to take a while to write the text to accompany the photos I took last week (and yes, we also have more French Flanders cemeteries to visit, and I promised you Kemmel for this year – I may have lied – and there’s a stroll along the Aubers Ridge to come and a tour around the cemeteries at Voormezeele and………), here’s a few photos, taken this very afternoon (on the phone camera, before you ask) as I spent an hour away from the grindstone at a local model railway show.

My father was the railway nut in the family, but I like models – used to be a modeller in another lifetime – and as you can imagine I was rather taken by this layout.  Celebrating 101 years now, of course.

Nice one Frank.

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3 Responses to Remembrance in Miniature

  1. Margaret Draycott says:

    That’s a great railway layout M thanks for sharing, have been to a number of model railway displays over the years, I find the attention to detail and the realism but on such a small scale astonishing, never seen one dedicated to war memorials.

    • Magicfingers says:

      Isn’t it fab! If you look carefully you’ll notice that it is spring on the left side of the board, with appropriate flora, and of course November on the right. Good ol’ Frank.

    • Margaret Draycott says:

      I hadn’t realised that, thanks for pointing it out, just so much incredible detail

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