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ThomasI

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Hello Tony!
Yes, lavender is also there, but also something that proliferates too much for me.
But since the construction of a railway line anyway at the expense of vegetation, there is still a lot of changes.

A classmate painted the "sky on the fence" for me and had it printed on a tarpaulin.

 

Regards

Thomas

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That trackwork looks stunning Thomas, especially the view down towards the tunnel mouth, and that's a great idea with the backscene. Great to see things developing.

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So, the construction of the next bridge for the high-speed line progresses.
The first pictures show the model which I use as a template.

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The foundation for the next bridges.
It is later covered with split and planted.

The superstructures for the bridge of the high-speed line are already ready for installation.

In front of the bridge of the high-speed line comes at a somewhat lower level then another viaduct of the conventional main line.

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Hi Thomas, wow more progress, can't wait to see the high speed bridges finely in place, what are your plans under the bridge a lower level track with seeing your level on the board.

I am working on the module wiring , had fun switching t=a couple of  locos from block to another block, pics to follow tomorrow on my post.

Keep the good work up and pics flowing.

Tony from cold down under.

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Under the bridges only landscape.

I leveld the ground board to make it easier with all the pillars. I fix the pillars on that WPC-board and cover that board later with gravel and stones and a few plants so that it will look like a dry river bed.

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