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 Posted: Fri Mar 2nd, 2012 08:55 pm
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I just completed the subject building.  It is a kit bash because I made new main walls from plastic card.  I did a sort of an interior as well although you can't actually see it.





Rather than repeat mysellf, if you are intererested I did a bit of a review.  You'll need the July 2011 issue of BRM.

http://britishmodelrailwayclubofmontreal.blogspot.com/

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John

 

 

 

 



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Thanks for that, John, the idea of wooden models is very intriguing, and a nice job done there too.

 

It reminds me of my first effort at scratch building, a very similar building from the Silver link book, a 'standard'19thC design, shown below, in half-relief. I donated it to the YMR Kernow Show for a module, I wonder where it is now?

 



 

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Edited to say I enjoyed my visit to the blog, too.

 

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Cheers Doug.  Very fine looking building indeed.  Its a good thing you took the picture.  I weathered mine yesterday:










Thanks for visiting the blog.  These would normally get posted to the main but our man is a snowbird and spends winter in warmer climes.

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Lovely building, John.  :thumbs

I enjoyed the Blog as well.



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