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 Posted: Sun Jan 26th, 2014 11:04 am
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toto wrote: Hi Sol,

It's looking really good, can I ask what the yellow sleeper is and is that loco hoist the Ratio version ?

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Toto, thanks

Yellow sleeper identifies uncoupling magnets    http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=8481&forum_id=6

and the hoist is by Ratio,



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Looks the part Sol and it will give your operators some added interest.

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Nice looking shed. :thumbs Is the roof corugated or is it printed corrugations ??

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Gary, not corrugated but a flat metal appearance.



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The Scalescenes shed can be made up tp any width. On Blossom Hill it is a four road shed .  I noticed recently that i have not stuck the sides (corrugations) together very well and with time they have acquired some bubbles:roll:.  A partial shot is shewn on post 97 of Blossom Hill.   I have some more outside and inside shots to put on later.:thumbs



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An e-mail from Scalescenes just popped up


I'm very pleased to announce my all new Diesel Depot kit. Re-designed from the ground up with many exciting construction and detailing improvements, this sturdy structure will tick all the boxes for modern traction modellers!
A more flexible modular design, it can be built as a single or two road version and also allows for easy extensions to the shed's length. Only £4.99, the kit also includes a huge range of hazard signs and editable depot entry signs (British Rail, Railfreight - all sectors, Regional Railways, Network SouthEast, Transrail, Freightliner, EWS and DB Schenker) as well as:
    Highly detailed interior elements (including lockers, tool drawers, battery charger, noticeboards and fire hoses)
    Hardstanding and inspection pits with LED option
    Choice of walls with or without windows
    Optional graffiti for modern image layouts
    Realistic lightly grimed windows

    http://scalescenes.com/products/R023a-Diesel-Depot




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With my impending move to a more modern era, I was considering a small one road diesel shed and was wondering if anyone had built the newer version R023a.

As usual space is one of my biggest constraints and going by John's dimensions the length with two panels (if that's the right term) and three buttresses is 184mm.

Just wondering how easy it is to get a particular length as the diagram states unlimited add-ons and double the length (368mm) won't fit.


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Having read through this thread, I do have do wonder why you were so upset with the dent you made when attempting the build, Sol. Looking at the photo, could it not have been presented as wear and tear on the structure?



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Brendan, because the fluting was not that pronounced & trying to do so created more tears so that is why I changed to Styrene.



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Ah, okay. Fair enough.
Although, it was interesting seeing that technique (I think it could help me in making intermodal containers, for instance). It looks like it's best done slowly, the covering paper layer glued down and fluted bit by bit.



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Ed wrote: With my impending move to a more modern era, I was considering a small one road diesel shed and was wondering if anyone had built the newer version R023a.

As usual space is one of my biggest constraints and going by John's dimensions the length with two panels (if that's the right term) and three buttresses is 184mm.

Just wondering how easy it is to get a particular length as the diagram states unlimited add-ons and double the length (368mm) won't fit.


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Interesting that looking around various forums nobody appears to have built the newer version, or if they have they've not posted about it :hmm


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