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 Posted: Wed Mar 26th, 2014 03:28 am
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Goods sheds to me always looked austere and unloved and really didn't have much going for them architecturally and one is hard pressed to build in any sort of character so bland is the name of the game here.

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 Posted: Wed Mar 26th, 2014 05:41 am
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Hi Allan,

Tetburyish in stone rather than Staffs. blue? Nice. What scale is this?

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No fair! Photoshopping the background of your home around the picture of the full size thing.  :shock:



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Please explain how you have built the windows and doors, they are very realistic, so cleanly cut.

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 Posted: Wed Mar 26th, 2014 10:46 pm
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BCDR wrote: Hi Allan,

Tetburyish in stone rather than Staffs. blue? Nice. What scale is this?

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7 Mil Nigel, the OAP's scale !

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dooferdog wrote: Please explain how you have built the windows and doors, they are very realistic, so cleanly cut.

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Hi Doug.

The doors were sratchbuilt and the windows are brass etched from Scalelink

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And the finished job bar the door handles and strap hinges.

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And here's the finished job- bar the strap hinges and door handles.

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