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 Posted: Wed Apr 20th, 2016 06:49 am
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Shed Masters office



I have to make some drain pipes




I wanted a sand house, so here is my effort.



Well That's abot all for now...

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Very nice. Your sandhouse is a lot fancier-looking than the one I'm building.

Regarding drainpipes, do you have those teeny, really thin coffee straws in the UK? They're a nice cheap source of small plastic tubes.



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Thank you Zelda
                           I use plastic tube and fuse wire as brackets for the pipes

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I love the end roof of that office.



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Really nice, well done.             Pete. 



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They had a sand house attached to the Cricklewood Roundhouse when I worked there as a lad. It was massive and always warm and cosy in the winter where most of the loco cleaners slept all day !

Also,  and by way of initiation, you had to swim the whole length of an inspection pit in the Roundhouse flooded in vile, slimy, greasy water. Imagine H&S allowing that today !

Anyway, you're doing a very nice job.

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Thank you Allen for your comments and I do like to hear and read all the tales from years ago that people just would not get away with today

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Gonna do interiors for these?



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Hi Zelda
             I have been toying with interiors but I doubt they would be seen even with lights

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Mm, I don't know.. I detailed the interior insert of one of my Bachmann 57' coaches (adapting scans of a Kitmaster compo interior) and I could tell the difference even while looking at it from my bed across the room.



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Hi Zelda...I will have to see what it looks like

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I know Pendon is fully fitted internally, but you really can't see much inside a model building, unless you put lights in it and I tend to agree with the words of my old employer, Mike Karslake, "I make models, not bloody table lamps!" A bit brusque, but Mike did love to litigate. The worry killed him in the end. I'll put a bit of clobber inside a biggish window, but no further in. Coaches are different as they have so many windows. Likewise, a shop window needs to be dressed, but an office with tiny windows? I don't see the point.
Nice work, by the way. An unusual end wall. Reminds me of some of the buildings on the canals through Birmingham.

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