Kleinstedorf

I was bored yesterday afternoon, pottering around in the garage I had a play with Mengantuk Lembah then thought that I could make something even smaller to run the fishing line powered Del Prado railcar on.

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Kleinstedorf (smallest village) was born. Twelve inches by four and a half inches, not exactly big, hence the name. It didn’t look much at first, just an off-cut of chipboard and a foot of N gauge track, but a diorama this size doesn’t take a lot of work!

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With some filler added as basic ground cover the model was left to set overnight.

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Paint and scatter were added before breakfast today and the diorama placed on top of the bins to bake in the early morning sunshine. Later in the morning I added the backscene and some trees to hide the off stage area.

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Under twenty four hours after starting the project it is completed, or will be once the glue has dried and the pegs can be removed from the trees, even with a diorama this size most of the time involved is the same as it is with larger layouts, just waiting.

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About Bob Hughes

Ex railwayman, life long railway modeller, lover of real ale and spicy food. Divorced, three kids, one dog.
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