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 Posted: Mon Apr 17th, 2017 12:27 am
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Well this deserves a comment, what an awesome build.   Inspirational.   This is more of what is Allan.  



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Pantiles extension.


About fifteen hours into the build and, as yet, no change of ideas thus making Plan B redundant  but, there's time yet !


Allan


This will sit up against the right hand gable end of the main building and, if it's not too happy there, then there's always the left. Failing either and it'll end up in the graveyard out in the shed.





















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Hello,
Can you please tell me what is the base of the building made from, and can you please leave me you Stanley Knife in you will. It seem to be able to produce magic.
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GreenBR wrote: Hello,
Can you please tell me what is the base of the building made from, and can you please leave me you Stanley Knife in you will. It seem to be able to produce magic.
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Hi Stephen.


The base is Evergreen tile sheets glued over 3mm MDF.


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The Pantiles extension finished.

It could have butted up tight to the main building but it would have meant some dangerous hacking about so I left a small alley way between the two buildings.


This lot was build in about 9 days but it was long on hours and short on coffee !


Anyway, here's the finished job spread over two posts and if you have any questions, just fire away.


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The reason why I spread the pictures out over two posts I found out that if you try and upload too many pictures the post times out and then I loose it.


Anyway, here's the rest.


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Superb Alan,  
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