That is a stunning piece Michael
Fantastic. I don't think I have ever seen a better sub-station in the world or on the table!! A great addition, well worthy of any game!
Hi Michael,a really nice addition for your table.CheersStefan
Great work again! The table of yours is getting better and better.
Like it very much Michael.
That is a really nice piece of terrain.
An absolute triumph, well done Michael.
Nice addition to the table.
A great piece!Christopher
Lovely piece of scenery Michael! Great work.
Awesome! Love it! :)
Adorable! I suspect it is one of a kind.
Thanks mateys !It turned out quite well, on of a kind as Monty mentioned, at least on a wargaming table I hope;) In the real world I suppouse there are about 10ish left i Dalarna but back in the 1930´3 it would have been one in each small village to transform the high power to low power that was then distributed out to the surounding houses.Have a realy nice day !Best regards Michael
That is stunning Michael! Great work!!
Thank you Rodger !!!Best regards Michael
That's a great bit of scenery sir!
That's one quirky piece of electrical engineering; it looks more like the Moomins' house than a substation, and I wish Australian electricity providers were as imaginative in their architecture!Was this a one-of-a-kind or are there more like that in Sweden?A great piece of terrain as well - it will no doubt inspire much comment around the table!
Thanks !Nowarday there is just a few left, here are a picture of one in better shape then the one in my home village: http://www.htenglund.se/springwater.jpgand one more here: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-2rENPRtdfNA/UhZbinnIP2I/AAAAAAAAAoQ/AIVD8O01Nco/s400/photo.JPGas I mentioned abow back in the 1930´s there was probably one in each small village.Best regards Michael
Great looking dalkulla Michael :)
It is a very nice model, fantastic colours.