STATION MASTERS HOUSE NEARLY FINISHED

After fabricating the veranda railings for the front of the house a good clean was needed before painting. First a grey etch primer was sprayed then the light stone was sprayed a couple of days later. The colour used is described in an article by James McInerney in Branchline Modeller number 1. The paint is thinned substantially and sprayed carefully so as not to lose detail definition and to avoid a thick coverage.  I think an outside dunny will be next complete with redbacks.

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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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7 Responses to STATION MASTERS HOUSE NEARLY FINISHED

  1. Ben says:

    Beautiful. Captures the look perfectly, well maintained but still well and truly settled in.

  2. Awesome job, love the flowering hedges.

  3. Nice job Peter, how many hours would you say this took you to scratchbuild? I hope it provides you a lot of enjoyment for years to come watching your trains pass by. Now to decide where to place a station masters residence on Philden….

  4. modeltrainau says:

    I really appreciate the way you painted the ceiling & liked the layout building. Indeed very nice work!

    I want to ask that how many hours did you spend to build up this?

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