G2 goods shed

The G2 goods shed with office and platform are scratch built and a direct copy from the Greg Edwards data sheets.The timber for the platform is North Eastern Lumber and the sizes are dictated by the data sheet.The building is clad with Campbell HO corrugated iron cut into individual sheets spray painted using Tamiya sky grey thinned with Isocoll then glued onto a plasticard shell .then weathered to suit.The light and dark stone colour scheme for the G2 is taken from the Branchline Modeller number 1 The timber decking is weathered with Raven oil thinned with metho before assembly.The water tanks are Ian Lindsay models and painted with sky grey and then weathered. In the foreground is the silo siding with 4.5mm static grass each side and down the centre of the track from Polak.www.polackmodel./com/en/or models.quicksolutions.ie

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About BURROWA

Retired 69 year old model railway enthusiast.Likes, NSWGR LNER railways.Music, Mozart Beethoven, Elgar, Beatles, Rolling Stones,Miles Davis and many more.
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6 Responses to G2 goods shed

  1. Hi There,
    The raven oil you are using……What brand and colour? Very nice modelling.
    Cheers
    Ian

    • BURROWA says:

      G’day Ian.The brand of raven oil is waproo and the colour is gray.If you cant get it anywhere woodland scenics slate gray c1219 liquid pigment is very good for staining timber.Regards Peter

  2. Jack says:

    Great job ! It’s make me very proud that my products are the part of that 🙂
    Best regards
    Jack
    models.quicksolutions.ie

  3. Basil Thornethwaithe-Bassington says:

    Fine effort Mr H. ‘Hope I’m up to that standard “when I’m Sixty Four” (with apologies to Lennon & McCartney)

  4. Hi Peter.
    What is the approximate footprint of the G2 goods shed as you have modelled please?
    Cheers,
    Lindsay

  5. BURROWA says:

    Hi Lindsay,
    I will measure it up and let you know by next weekend.
    Regards
    Peter

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