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 Posted: Mon Oct 25th, 2010 12:25 pm
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Well i have the card making bug and so i found a download and thought this would be ok for a little corner of my farm yard scene. Not till i was in the middle of making it did i realise it was N scale, think i was having a confused Petermac moment,  :oops: :mutley. Still instead of a garage lock up i am using for a shed. Works i think?. Anyone know how or what the setting i for oo ?.

Ok first off you print this little lot out,




Then you read the instructions and cut out this lot,




Once this is done, you then stick it to card, thickness is really up to you at this point. Then read the instructions to put together, after about a hour. This was due to a tea break and a a phone call, so maybe 3/4 of a hour you should end up with this and in location.



and this is a shot further back,




I have cut the doors on the left so i can open them if i want. As the roof is supposed to be corrugated iron i have made it look like it is coming away. Its a farm scene and not many buildings are smart looking you know, :thumbs. So any comment s good or bad welcome. I have some titty vateing to do on it but that will do for now.

You can find this kit here and its free :thumbs.


http://www.railwayscenics.com/brick-built-lockup-garage-p-30.html


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 Posted: Mon Oct 25th, 2010 12:57 pm
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Phill they do one in 00 for free too.
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 Posted: Mon Oct 25th, 2010 02:42 pm
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Hello Phill,
Now what you could do is continue to make the same Gauge Error and ALL our Forum's N Gaugers would get a nice Christmas Present. :lol: That is excellent modelling, Phill, and I'll have one of each in OO and N. Cheers, mate, :roll:
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 Posted: Mon Oct 25th, 2010 03:17 pm
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Never mind the size of the shed what happened to the fork lift did it get left out in the rain !! :lol:

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Jeez, Phill.   You've found your "thing."   Very nice.   :thumbs



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owen69 wrote:
Phill they do one in 00 for free too.
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Hey guys if you follow the link Phills "garage" is the correct scale, it is listed under the OO Buldings. As it is intended to be a garage the door being a head and shoulder higher than the figure would make it about the right size.

Clever thinking cutting the doors to allow them to be opened, but .... What have you hidden inside ?

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