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 Posted: Sat Jan 5th, 2019 03:39 pm
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Howard McCluskey
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Good morning! 

I am looking for footprint or drawings of Fine Scale Miniatures “Baileys Produce“.

I would like to scratch it in O scale. 

Thanks.

Howie


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Copyright is your enemy here.

Find pictures of the complete structure, resize to your scale and use as plans.

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Thanks. I never gave it a thought

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I had a similar problem, I built Red Hook from Foss in another way.

I went to search on the WWW and looked for people who had built it.

Lot of people use a cutting-matt, these have squares.

With that info. you can get a lot of sizes from a picture.

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Lot of people use a cutting-mat, these have squares.

Be aware that there are metric and ungodly-outdated inch ones...

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Hi Howard  :wave:



Baileys Produce is a nice lookin' building for sure !  :thumb:

I found a few photos on Google Images, in both O & HO scale, which was pretty easy.

Not exactly architect quality plans though !  :f:















This one ^^ was for sale awhile back on the Net.  :cool:





The 11" square-base mentioned ^^ above, I guess is the O-scale footprint.  L:





I believe Fine Scale Miniatures has gone through a number of re-brandings over the years.

It seems that Bar Mills offered a version of Baileys Produce most recently ... ?  ???

Don't quote me though, I'm not really a follower of the American craftsman kit scene & news.





And bellow, a really super nice build photo of a completed kit, found again on Google Images.  :thumb:





You never know Howard, someone might just have some old kit instructions they could share.



:)



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O boy! Thanks so much for the pics!

Using scale windows/doors and my trusty old multi scale rule will do the trick.

Thanks again!

Howie


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http://www.modelersforum.com/index.php?topic=2786.0


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Thanks. Howie

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Hi Howard  :wave:



Nice to see another 'Baileys Produce' fan having fun with a scratch built version in Cors ^^ link.

Looks good.  :thumb:



A couple more photos I found.  :)

I was looking for some plans, shame we can't unfold those very detailed looking instructions.  :P





I've peered at Net-photos like this before & actually got some good info. from them though.  L:

The kit-contents of a 'Grand Central Gold Mine' helped me to draw some plans of my own.  :)
 




Were Fine Scale Miniatures known for providing well documented instructions ?  ???

Sure ... you can build 'em how you want ...

... but the often heard complaint about some kits, is the documentation.  :f:



It's a pretty 'quirky' structure, which I guess is why it really captures ones attention.

LOTS of add-ons !  :shocked:



:cool:



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