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Old 02-05-2017, 10:39 AM
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Default 3D of Mitre Square based off Frederick Foster’s Drawing

Decided to create this model from Frederick Foster’s drawing. think it turned out quite good.

View it in full screen and if you are rich enough to own a VR viewer then you can stand right in the square as if you're there!


https://skfb.ly/ZXRC

Gimme ideas on how to improve it, things to add etc.

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Brilliant, many thanks.
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Very interesting! Thank for the link.
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Breathtakingly good, and strangely moving. Many thanks for this.
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Good example of how he had cornered himself with patrolling officers needing to just shine their light a few more meters and catch him in the act.
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Very good, as always

This time without the body in situ, though - will you consider adding it?
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Good example of how he had cornered himself with patrolling officers needing to just shine their light a few more meters and catch him in the act.
Indeed. It's too bad the police lanterns back then just didn't have the range.
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Default Door where George Morris was working

Could you add the two entrances for Kearley & Tonge warehouse (especially the one where George Morris was working that night)? Thanks!
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Can you give me a pointer by way of a mark(s) on the sketch as to which entrances?

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I think this also shows that definitely the light/lamp at church passage would have hindered seeing what was in the darkness behind it (beyond the range of its beam), if you were looking into mitre square from the start of the passage
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