Your scribe's interest in this location is yet to wane - in fact its getting more intense. The best evidence of this is that there is a fabulously expensive house reno on the cars this year just so I can re-establish a HO layout covering Eumungerie in the garage... that will be more of a 2019 project however the layout is now reassembled and being upgraded. This means that at some stage I will be posting a few snaps about the recreated Eumungerie, as well as few of bloody fingers from half-blunt Exacto knives etc.
In the meantime, here is a photo of Eumungerie which has only recently surfaced from our family photo collection. I don't know who took it or when and its a bit over-exposed, but its a rich mine for anyone wishing to model Eumungerie (ie me):
- The location of the station lamp is shown and its not where I thought it would be (near to the door).
- The colour of the weighing scales is not the one I remember or you see typically these days (red, not black).
- The pub has done good business - the kilns and gas cylinder testify to the thirstiness of the town.
- The woman on the platform is the local post-mistress (that was their title in those days) waiting to hand the guard some late mail as the train arrives.