About tme you saw some of my work

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  1. ukon30fan

    ukon30fan 0n30 Rail Baron of Leeds

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    Having not posted anything for ages - here's some pictures of the On30 2 stall shed I'm working on.
    Still to be done is the glazing and final 3 windows and the addiion of Grain-o-Rice bulbs for interior lighting.
    Flooring and external planking courtesy of coffee stirrers - roof is ply sheet covered in strips of painted sandpaper, stacks are made from used syringes ( our poorly bunny's, not mine!) and the tophats came from a craftshop. The Loco Inspection pit is a modified Peco OO version - cut and shut to provide a scale 4' deep pit.

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  2. TomPM

    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Real nice! great job!:thumb: :thumb:
  3. Haggis

    Haggis New Member

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    Looks good great,

    are you gonna try for some guttering??
  4. shaygetz

    shaygetz Active Member

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    :thumb: :thumb: nice interior detail :thumb: :thumb:

    On another note, gotta love that onion bulb stack on that shay...
  5. interurban

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    Nice

    Now that is one nice scratch built shed David:thumb:

    Are you going to weather it and green moss it ?
  6. ukon30fan

    ukon30fan 0n30 Rail Baron of Leeds

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    1) Hadn't thought about guttering - will have a look at the Grandtline catologue to see what's available.
    2) That Shay is a Climax and the stack came straight off a Bachmann OF 2-8-0 - just needed a longer screw to secure.
    3) Weathering - woss dat? nothing else is weathered on the proposed layout. My LPBs are a fastidious lot!