The good old Victorian street lamp works well with a branch terminus station that has been around for a good few years.
The example beow is Chelford Station, at the end of the branch from Whitchurch, on a winter's evening.
The lamps were purchased from my supplier in China and have performed very well indeed, giving a very realistic effect.
The Class 110 DMU in the platform is awaiting departure to Whitchurch and Exeter Central.
The modern street lighting found around the country is used to create the spread of the years and in particular on the more modern station at Marston Village Halt.
The quarry loading point is similarly equipped and reflects on the fact that the facility is a re-opened site and so required modernisation. What you need to remember with these lights, is that you must paint the top of the lamp housing to prevent the light shining through it. Reduced voltage also helps.
To the left is a photo of the station throat end of the platform canopies.
The 1.8mm LEDS can be seen hanging down from the roof, attached to Society copper clad sleeper strip.
Don't forget to include the matched resistor in the circuitry - one should suffice for each group of matched LEDs per canopy.