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 Posted: Sun Oct 15th, 2017 02:35 pm
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Excellent Mike......you have every right to be pleased with it:thumbs



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That looks great Mike - you MUST be pleased with it.  :thumbs

Has it gained some decent rigidity having fitted some of the roof panels ?  They are somewhat flimsy until you fit the roof.



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Hi Mike, I have built a few buildings and structures using Scalescenes and found some to be quite fiddly - and I am modelling in OO gauge. I really do take my hat off to you for this project in N gauge. it is really coming along now and look forward to seeing the finished product. I have seen this type of structure on other layouts using mirrors to replicate the length of the platforms but yours seems to be going together very well. Keep up the good but intricate work. Not long to go now.



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Thanks guys - yes I am over the moon with it so far. It's a bit rough round the edges in places, but I have ideas on how to finish it off.

Spent some time yesterday adding more inside roof panels and was happy with the result.

This morning I realised that three of them were on at 90 degrees and had the horizontal slats running up and down. Sigh. Had to carefully rip them off.

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