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 Posted: Mon May 8th, 2017 05:52 pm
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These days I don't often work in 4mm but when one's commissioned to then you either get the bi-focals out and do it, or don't and go hungry !

This is all part of a smallish shunting layout with track work by the track work master himself, Norman Saunders and later this week my client is delivering the boards for me to work on so this is the station that's to be elevated above the tracks.


More stuff later as the work progresses.


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Looking good Allan.
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Phil's version might be better Marty and if it is, shan't speak to him anymore so, neh !  :brickwall

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looking good allan.Piran

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Nice work as always Allan.



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OMG, I have such a lot to learn, I love the roof tiles, they look like they are covered in lichen.
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As an avid reader of Railway Modeller since the early 1970's, your work has always been an inspiration and I must say that you still appear to have it!!  Those of us who make our own buildings need work like this to aspire to and drive up quality.  Further to Robyn's comment, any chance of sharing your material sources?  That roof is delicious!!

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Thanks for the kind comments Barry

My materials are pretty much standard fare - Wills, Plastikard, Evergreen, cardboard and such but the roof  texture is my own recipe, stippled pollyfilla over card tiles then coloured with Colron wood dyes but don't tell Phil C !


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