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Old Derelict Shack

Here's a scratch build old derelict little shack. 3 x 2 inches. Cardboard floor, wooden construction , corrugated roof. Patinated with lime and washes ( as we do, well did before WWII, in reality, in stables to disinfect the walls )

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Comments

  • I see signs here of excellence. That may not be strong enough. Six square inches of superb modeling. Robert, it is pure joy to look at accomplishments.
    Look out sawmill.
    ed
  • Love it, superb. The last pic is the best.
  • Brett, The last picture is the real thing. Ah, now you don't know for sure.
  • I don't see any tale tail signs that this isn't real.
  • Ah, Robert has all of us confused. That is a sign of modeling at it's best. It's real, but O scale. I think.
    ed
  • What does one have to do to convince the world he's a God Fearing Honest Man.. :smiley:
    I didn't have an orange lighter....I don't smoke.... Al my builds are in 1/43,5 scale. What you guys call : O gauge.
    Rails and therefore rolling stock are in the metric O scale. 22,3 mm or 7/8 inch wide


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  • I aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah am convinced. I am, I really am.
    No I'm not.
    Robert, we are messing with you. As a group we love your amazing modeling.
    Most of all, your willingness to spend so much on the forum with pictures and explanations is a motivation to all. Thank you.
    We really do believe you. Maybe not all of us.
    Looks like you have a beautiful property.
    ed
  • Amazing work all around!

    I'm hoping that the electrical connector is just for scale 'cause if you're going to hook up a light to that thing then we seriously need to talk. :-)

    Bill S.
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