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  • Bucks_Owin
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    I got it and thanks moocho Paul!

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  • Shamus
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    Bucks, I emailed it to you.



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  • Bucks_Owin
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    Thanks Paul, I'd like that a lot! Very nice design, thanks for sharing!

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  • Shamus
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    Hi Bucks,

    The scratchbuilt structure is 10" by 6" and was made using cardstock with stripwood glued over the top. The roof was made with card but used 1/16" square placed side by side. The windows are Grantline, the doors scratchbuilt. The roof on the small shed was done using campbell shingles. I have the drawings (I think) for it which I did in freehand, I could email them to you if you wish.

    Paul



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  • Bucks_Owin
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    Gee, that looks great Paul. Nice workmanship! Do you glue the stripwood to a "backing" such as cardstock before assembly? Also if I'm not too "pushy", could you please post a quick overview of how it's assembled and the dimensions? I have just the spot to put a similar model!

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  • Shamus
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    Hi Bucks,

    Here's a better photo of the loco shed




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  • Bucks_Owin
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    Paul, I really like what I can see of the lokie shed, do you have a better shot of it?

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  • Shay_Driver
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    Paul,

    Once again, superb.id=green>

    Nelson

    Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things.

    George Carlin

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  • Shamus
    started a topic Loco Shed

    Loco Shed

    Here's the Badger Creek's loco shed and feeding area for the loco's.

    Shed/Water tower/Sand tower were all scratchbuilt.







    Edited by - PaulT on 03/29/2002 06:55:43
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