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 Posted: Mon Nov 30th, 2015 04:27 am
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Nice one Sol.  It looks a though there is the roof to do , so waiting to see what form that takes.:thumbs



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Roofing slowly progressing.. timber ends are strips overlaid to represent cladding - a door to allow access to the flat roof which will have a water tank on it.



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Watching Sol... I like the contrast between the timber and the stone walls... 

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In time. more details to be added... ( but other aspects of the hobby are calling out )

 





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Oh Yeah Ron!!!

I like that roof.....now that really sorts out the building.

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Great building Ron, and all the better for being scratch built.

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Ron what can I say? except it`s a gud un,, well done that man
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Turned out nice again hasn,t it.  (said with George Formby accent).
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Excellent Sol, great job. :thumbs

Looking forward to seeing the detailed finish.

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Near the previous building will be another build - Devan Carpet Co Depot & this is the footprint


brown brick & a tiled roof.

No such thing as a straight forward unit  -  with curved platform & angled walls



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Carpets, Axminster, like it :thumbs

Looks like there'll be lots of goods traffic to this part of the layout Sol.


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Yes Ed, this is the area;

Carpet

Farm & Fuel

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More goodies to come......it must be Christmas!!!

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:cheers  Good on you Ron

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one wall so far - downpipe to be added at the bend of the wall between the windows




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As Marty has said already, I do like the variety of textures used in 'Farm and Fuel'.

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I like the look of this one, makes a change from square jobs,,
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Good One Ron :thumbs
In my experience....which doesn`t mean much:roll:...I can`t recall ever seeing other model railways where the buildings are really made to suit the site, as would be done with the real thing when you think about it. I mean you see low relief mods to squeeze them into a tight space and modifications in general, however your buildings are different.....they are actually made to suit / fit the site.
So for me, that`s quite a refreshing approach to buildings, when you come across someone thinking outside the box as it were.?
Dare to be different Ron.......I like that...:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs
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Main walls done....





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Well said Gormo.
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