Bit of a rubbish picture today - I had to shoot it from a train as we approached Reading station.
The main interest was the big self-store warehouse. It's a pretty typical (nowadays) tin shed but with a large advertising sign on the end. Presumably this is selling its services to those looking out of the train windows.
Modellers could use to this good effect. Using a standard building, the old Hornby Skaledale R8773 industrial building would be good if you can find one, or perhaps the Wills modern warehouses. Add a sign printed on the computer and you are good to go. Best of all, the sign van use the name of the imaginary town your layout is based on.
Of even more interest though was the state of all the sidings around the station. Vast areas of track provided with overhead - and it was all squeaky clean. Maybe this formation hasn't been in place long but I was really struck by the lack of dirt anywhere. Even the concrete looked clean. No weathering powders required.