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 Posted: Thu May 9th, 2019 10:08 pm
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I seem to have no shots of constructing walls and storefront of the Emporium ... oops.

But pretty straight forward ...
same process of adding stud patterns and "wall paper" to different sections and gluing up.

Inner wall opening is for Post Office section ...
a bit crowded, but not sure what all Emporium will sell  L:

But like the little casting and post boxes ... we will see.

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So here is the general overview once I set in buildings and added floor and dock for Emporium.

The base is 16"x10' and maybe will fit idea for grouping of buildings I am thinking for layout ... who knows.

You can see I have added posting and beams for front boardwalk roof building for that next.

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So the roof for upper walk ...

Cardboard with sections "Goop"ed together for flexibility.

Bless Walthers for that nasty stuff; works great for certain things ...


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And this is underside ...

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That shot is before I added wing pieces you can see in top shot ...

Ok so then this shows the floor in with little retaining wall I added at back from plaster and some carving.


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This shot shows the chimney and bracing plus the window shade and slide for back door.


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Pay no attention to that cold beverage in the background.

So backing up a bit, this all in place before I commited to gluing up front of Gas Station office.

But you can see supports for roof on walkway.

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Now here's the walkway roofs after being assembled ...
the emporium one is just set in place not glued yet.

Kit provides 400 grit wet dry sandpaper, which was different,
but I kind of like the effect with a bit of dusting.


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One other shot of roofing.

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Oops almost same one.

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