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Welsh landscape

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Speaking of Wales' industrial heritage,Coal, copper, iron, and slate. In England, the colors, materials, and designs of the stones and bricks used for houses vary depending on the region. You can tell which region it is by looking at the shape of the building and the design of the door. So if you want to create a Welsh landscape, place gray buildings with lots of slate. Houses where only the window frames and doors are painted red or green are also characteristic.

←A small church in Portmadoc. A meeting of the British Narrow Gauge Society was held there. (2019.8.18)

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​Station building with red door

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It is built in a style found in the Carlisle area of northern England. This shade is also perfect for Welsh dioramas.

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​Single track engine shed (gray)

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