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 Posted: Fri Apr 5th, 2019 08:06 am
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Thanks for the positive comments.

Basic structure just about completed, next will be the top cornice, the roof and chimneys.










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Hi Andy.  Such luxury, if I get around to buildings on my planks/modules there will only be space for low relief accommodation. But I can stretch to a Southern Precast Concrete hut.   Best wishes Kevin 



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Top cornice completed and roof base card marked out and cut out, held together by masking tape so that I can mark where the chimney stacks are to go, then make them, then flatten it back out for tiling/slating.










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The small barn has had a cart shed and brick lean too added.





The Harbour Office just needs Guttering, flashing and flaunching, oh and a sign.










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Some lovely work there Andy, and thats me learned a new word for today. . . flaunching. . . Who knew !   :thumbs
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Flashing, flaunching, hip hooks, a wooden gutter and downpipes now done, so this is complete for now.




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Hi Andy. Your work never ceases to amaze me, as such I would like some advice. If you can,  My job is more of a bodge, isn’t it always, l have some of that “ red plastic brick sheet “ which I need to carve up to make brick pillars, the type that support a station platform. Do I try to make bricks on four sides or would two sheets back to back work?Best wishes Kevin 



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Depending on how thick you pillars need to be, I would probably use some thin square stripwood (fireworks rocket sticks) for the structural part and then clad these with your brick sheet.



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Hi Andy.  Thank you. I haven’t progressed to timber yet, but I am willing to have a go when I can find a supplier.Meanwhile for my current project/ practice model I am going with Wills brick sheet and styrene. I watched an interesting YouTube video this morning by a Modeller from Sweden, but for now I will see how l get on.
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   PS or I could wait until November and go out to pick up sticks.



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