super pix, super efforts, well done, Neil [Morgan has a sloping,or 'vertically rounded' front grill.....unless a very old flat rad model.....MG has a more boxy, upright grill..]
Can I comment on the EWS loads?
My casual observation of these trains notes that the coal carried [for power stations????] tends NOT to be large lumps.....but almost powdery in texture.....I believe the coal is crushed up to a fine sort of dust and injected into the power station boilers....
therefore perhaps a fine black heap in each wagon might be better?
[also, engine driver would need talking to by his supervisor as he obviously drove through the dumping area too fast, some wagons were dumped,others still left full??}
Also, whilst not certain of my facts in these matters...would have to research my library...but I believe the height of the coal heap in the 4 wheel wagons would need to be looked at?
why does coal need to be glossy?
take a look at a coal merchant's coal heaps....from a distance that equates to a normal model's veiwing distance....coal isn't so very glossy...unless it's pouring with rain?
are the loads removable?