The scenery behind the tracks is filled in and much of the area has received a layer of grass. Bushes and small shrubs (but not much in the way of trees in this area of Sudbury thanks to acid rain and pollution from Inco) are still to come to finish off the grassy areas. Backdrop painting and structures are still required for this location.
Copper Cliff on our layout is actually an amalgam of two nearby railway locations, Creosote and Copper Cliff. The storage tracks and industries shown in this photo are actually located within Sudbury at a location named Creosote. Copper Cliff is actually located a little farther west and has another set of storage tracks, a siding/runaround and a train order office. On our layout, these two sidings are blended together, including the industries at Creosote, and the Inco mine and junction with the Copper Cliff industrial spur at Copper Cliff.