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 Posted: Sun Sep 21st, 2008 08:14 am
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Following the completion of the new station I have no use for this;

 



 

and this;

 



 

the old station was made from an old pine toybox and was built in a bit of a hurry to fill a space. the chapel front is the case of an old clock (it just looked the part with the columns).

Anyway the new project is to combine the two and make a large church.This is where i'm upto at the moment; (attached clock to box,cut down roof and cutout windows, and built tower from ply)

 



 

Next step is to add all the decorative bits that a french church has (lots!)

 

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 Posted: Sun Sep 21st, 2008 10:07 am
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Quite innovative, this G scale building lark, n'est pas?

Good work mikeyh, looking foward to seeing how you come up with the detail bits.

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Coming along just fine Mikey, I'm sure you already know this old saying.....Waste not want not! :thumbs :thumbs :thumbs

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Good job Mickey  :patheadour Lord Bob will be chuffed in the way you have re used things.

Look forward to more updates.

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