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 Posted: Thu Nov 26th, 2015 06:52 am
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cross hatching = platform





now for grey stone walls, etc



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 Posted: Thu Nov 26th, 2015 08:28 am
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First wall with quoins - white edges will be weathered





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mmmm, strange?
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Looks like the local paint warehouse with all that Humbrol inside... ;-) 

Then again, looking at the last pic you posted, it could be the local lock-up ! :lol:  Looking forward to watching this one develop.

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Gary wrote:
Then again, looking at the last pic you posted, it could be the local lock-up ! :lol:  Looking forward to watching this one develop.

Cheers, Gary.

Just thinking the same thing Gary :hmm


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Slightly cheating - using windows from Scalescenes diesel depot - the D&S is a frugal private railway anyway !!



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Well it looks interesting......keep it coming Ron
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He is a tease, isn't he?

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Bonded warehouse? Explosives store?

Stumped :???:


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A Farm & Fuel depot - with possible deadly chemicals inside
Platform & ramp - railings still to be installed...


next step - two canopies  then the roofing...



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that is a new one mate,and it looks brill as is, when finished it will be an asset on any railway
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Sol wrote: A Farm & Fuel depot - with possible deadly chemicals inside

Whatever happened to quaint country cottages, with roses round the door :mutley


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Well you could always put some roses around the door couldn`t you Ron????
No...????.....a pot plant on the platform.????????
Hhhmmm.....don`t like your chances here Ed.....:mutley
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I like the idea of your latest building Ron
"A Farm & Fuel depot - with possible deadly chemicals inside"
Can you get, or did they use, "Dangerous Chemical" signs I wonder?
Keep them coming please.



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Barneybuffer wrote: Can you get, or did they use, "Dangerous Chemical" signs I wonder?


 

Yes Barney,  by Googling  " dangerous chemicals signs" - plenty of options



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If you were modelling current day, you would be prosecuted for having fuel and chemicals in the same store. Lucky for you it ain't 2015 on the D & S ! :lol:

Cheers, Gary.



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Had to remove ramp & replaced with steps





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Sol wrote: Had to remove ramp & replaced with steps



 
ëlf and safety wont be too happy with that !!   :lol:



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Yes... well handrails to come...



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