Small rail-served factory

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Captain Kernow
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Small rail-served factory

Postby Captain Kernow » Fri Dec 17, 2010 5:29 pm

Here are a couple of photos of a small rail-served factory/warehouse, that I've built to act as a bit of half-relief/backscene-filler on Callow Lane.

The main brick structure is based on a Scalescenes kit (one of the free to download ones), although I've modified that and added two scratchbuilt extensions at either end and a canopy.
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Please excuse the gap under the adjacent retaining wall, it hasn't been glued down yet, nor has the ballasting and 'grotification' of the two visible sidings been completed!
Tim M
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Re: Small rail-served factory

Postby Andy W » Fri Dec 17, 2010 9:10 pm

Very nice Capt. Is the corrugated iron from Slaters?
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Re: Small rail-served factory

Postby Captain Kernow » Sat Dec 18, 2010 6:51 am

Ealing wrote:Is the corrugated iron from Slaters?

No, it's actually Wills - the walls are the thick, grey stuff and the roof sections on the extensions and the canopy are from the thin, transparent sheets, then just painted.
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