New loco shed

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  1. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    With the help of Jon & JimT suppling me with home cut stripwood, I have at last finsihed my new loco shed. Here she is with a photo of the old (Now gone) shed.
    Shamus

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    Here's a view of the run down look.
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  2. Tyson Rayles

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    Very nice! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
  3. Tileguy

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    Perfect!!,Anything better wouldnt have been a logging shed.Cant be using perfectly good saleable lumber for something like an engine shed;)
    Besides, now nobody has to worry about lettin the coons in, they can come and go as they please:D
    You are the master Obe wan!!:thumb:
  4. jim currie

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    as usual a very striking :thumb: :thumb:
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    John Allen would be proud to have displayed this on his layout. Great job Shamus. :thumb: :wave: :thumb:
  6. pttom

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    Excellent Shamus :thumb:
  7. Eddie Landreth

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    Beautiful work, Paul, simply beautiful. As always, your work is museum quality stuff. :thumb:
  8. interurban

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    Looks belting:D :D :D :D :D Translate Paul:thumb:
  9. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    A masterpiece Paul. Looks like it has been there for many years but still provides the needs of the maintenance crew.
  10. Arlaghan

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    WOW!

    What else can I say?

    Amazing. :)
  11. Woodie

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    I see someone opened the windows to let the breeze in. :D :cool:

    Have you ever thought of constructing a structure that had been damaged by fire? Would have been quite comon in an all wooden logging environment.
  12. jon-monon

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    Grooooooovy!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
  13. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    Hey, thanks kindly my friends.
    still need to add a smoke unit to the stove I am about to place inside.

    Then it will look as if its on fire Woodie.LOL

    Shamus
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  14. TomPM

    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Great job as usual. I always enjoy seeing your modeling.
  15. Jim T

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    Paul, I thought I sent you better wood that that! It looks 100 years old and in terrible shape! That must be the stuff Jon sent! LOL Actually, I'm really proud to have my first wood cutting experience show up on a fantastic structure like that. You're work and pictures are a real inspiration for the rest of us.

    Cheers, Jim
  16. Russ Bellinis

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    Paul, be careful of smoke units indoors. The stuff creates some awful air pollution. It also dirtys track for ho, but On30 might have enough mass to overcome the mess.
  17. CN1

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    Nicely done:thumb: :thumb:
  18. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    Thanks again, here a night time shot of it.
    Shamus
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  19. Tileguy

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    Truly stunning!! The B&W is a nice touch Shamus.
    and by the way,i use the name Obi wan with the highest of reverance,only a master rates such an AKA :) :thumb:
  20. zeeglen

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    DOTKWA again. Your skill is amazing!