Crossing shanty

Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by modelsof1900, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. modelsof1900

    modelsof1900 Member

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    This time I built a crossing shanty for my friends planed Steam Loco Museum - see also my billbord thread. He asked for a ticket kiosk and I think that this shanty gives a good shelter.

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    This crossing shanty is a laser kit made by Mounteneer Precision Products that I have given a few improvements and I added a few details also as illuminating (also inside), an interior decoration, the platform and two museum people. "Hello and welcome to our musem."

    Bernhard
  2. Ralph

    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

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    Beautifully done Berhard!
    Ralph
  3. cnw1961

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    Wonderful job, Bernhard. What scale is it, HO?
  4. modelsof1900

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    Sorry, model is HO-scale.

    Bernhard
  5. modelsof1900

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    A barrier for museum

    Museum grows.

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    Last test for a barrier; checking distance of pillars and length of chains.

    Bernhard
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    Sehr Gut!
  7. steamhead

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    Terrific....!!! I was kinda' looking for a "How I built it"...But it's great, nonetheless...!!! :thumb:
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    Great job!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
  9. modelsof1900

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    I have written an own description making this small barrier, klick in the picture.

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    or here.

    See also my "museum thread" where you can get a few impressions of the rr. museum in progress and the first show while an exhibition in Dresden/Germany in Febr. '08.

    Bernhard