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 Posted: Tue Feb 22nd, 2011 11:43 pm
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     They look the business!!:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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 Posted: Wed Feb 23rd, 2011 12:51 am
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The start of the platform 8" /20cm long

card cut to shapes. Scalescenes Random Ashlar stone to match the shed & the platform pavers as well.



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 Posted: Wed Feb 23rd, 2011 05:26 am
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Platform done, a sliding door required for the shed side wall & a crane to be built as well.




The low level red brick box hides a point microswitch but will be replaced.

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That's a liddle bewdy, Sol.  Bring it for Show and Tell on Sunday.  :thumbs



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Yeah, I will bring shed and platform and hopefully a crane to go with it.

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That looks great Ron:thumbs......you dont mess about down there ......4 hours between posting the materials and the finished article........It takes me that long to get my tools set up:lol:

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Now fitted a door onto the side of the shed with z shaped runner at the top, and a  Wills crane on the platform




and just in case you have never seen a crane on a platform, have a look at this site
http://www.flickr.com/photos/23689245@N08/2410556205/ 

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Really looks the business Ron :thumbs

Love the lead flashing on the roof and around the chimney - very often ignored.

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You fooled me, Ron!

I spent a minute or two trying to work out how that door was meant to close across the opening.
Then I realised that it already was - closed across the imaginary opening.
Doh!

Good work.

In passing, I recently saw a heavily weathered prototype of exactly that crane - in Portugal.



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Its a lovely job Ron, can't wait to see it in all it's glory on the layout with some figures doing a bit of hand balling, must make a start on mine.

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