- Hi Bob,
Thanks for uploading that. It comfirms my belief on the size, in fact you'd need more space that I had allowed for. Assuming the dimensions on it are correct by my calculation you would need 46' if modelling in 1/48 scale just to include from the balloon loop to the level crossing, without including the section where the lines divided.
By the time you included that section, it's about 55'. Even if you forshortened it by 1/3, which would destroy the appearance in my opinion, it's still one heck of a long station in 0 scale.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bob Thornton" <rjt_46@...> wrote:
> noticed a little interest in Beech Forest, found this rough scan from the 1920's which may be of interest. It is taken from the VR leasing plan which, in turn, was copied from the drainage plan.
> Sheet as uploaded is 800mm x 250mm, and 300dpi.
> > File : /Bob's collection/BeechForest.pdf
> > Uploaded by : rjt_46 <rjt_46@>
> > Description : Beech Forest station ground
> > You can access this file at the URL:
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ausnarrowgauge/files/Bob%27s%20collection/BeechForest.pdf
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Description : Survey plan - Whitfield & Jarrott. Note header changed from 2'
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