HOPING TO FILM NOTTINGHAM BUSES TOMORROW
Just detail to add to the Derby bus station model 4mm 1/76 scale. As the sharp eyed will notice it is mainly to set off a lot of the latest model releases mainly Stagecoach although nothing in the new livery yet. A couple of Arriva and a lone First Group. These were either the models which Peter Turland at Yardley Wood Model club puts aside or the rake of boxes I discovered in the attic.
Scale Railway Scenery thankfully do the correct type of railing but I just got a couple to start but need more as I didn't know how long they would be. They are crisp laser cut, easy enough to remove from the retaining sprue and so accurate that any one length actually stands on its own square on the surface. Mine just need painting before I can place them, also orders a few more 'modern' image accessories now the the earlier era diorama is mostly complete. The bus station Derby model has no people as yet but it hardly matters as they are inside warm and smug or if it was very recent, out in the cold as they closed the bus station to stop getting covid, same as Middlesbrough, bus station being renowned as the breeding ground for infection or not as may be. It turned out that all the hot air over folk going to beaches last summer led to not one case of Corona, mind you the might have drunk a case of the other Corona, I'd prefer EPA myself if you are offering.
I'm now well into editing the bus spot ultra Wolverhampton film, fingers crossed thought that the wind isn't too sharp on Nottingham tomorrow.
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