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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2022 01:47 pm
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Hi !

I have started to scratchbuild a small locomotive shed for my On30 layout,
inspired by some Sierra West scale models, and other pictures on the net.

I will Post here progress builds periodically.


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The shed will be about 10" x 5" with leaning small boiler house,
and some scrapyard next to it.

I started with the longest free standing wall:





















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Will the framework be visible from inside the shed,

or will it be completely hidden when finished ?





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It will be visible,

more photos to come soon.

:)



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Shifting to On30 for indoors.

Thanks for inspirations.



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Windows on openings in the wall:














Two walls ready and weathered:



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Floor construction:












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Like your board by board construction !






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Door construction:





























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Istvan

How about drilling a few holes in the angles,
and inserting suitable small pins or nails ?

Would greatly improve them.




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