I'm featuring one of the smaller features on the layout this week, but one of the bits of the layout which immediately identify it as Beddgelert.
Known by some people by other less flattering names - such as the 'manky water tower' - this 1920's concrete McAlpine structure is one of the few bits of WHR heritage left at Beddgelert station, especially now the pit next to it has been covered over.
Our model was made from styrene from measurements taken at the site.
The mankiness comes courtesy of some concrete effect paint, which has a sandy texture when applied.
The rusted bits of rails sticking out of it are - well - rails, in this case offcuts of some Peco 009 track.
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