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Bilco wrote:For some reason Black Hall Sidings slipped past me unremarked when it first appeared. It's a very attractive little layout, both in O9 and G9 - a great idea to make it convertable.Iit's amazing how it can switch so easily between the two scales - trees become shrubs
Bilco wrote:Very neat - just by changing the building the track gauge narrows but the vegetation still looks right! I guess removing one plank would make the building look right - have you got a standing figure of the right scale to compare?
Keep it coming ...
Cross Kitter wrote:Don't forget that some store sheds were lower than 6ft high. They just made them big enough for the tools.
MrPlantpot wrote:As for a standing figure... could you print a photo, scaled to the correct height? Stick it to some thickish card, on a suitable base... should be fine for test purposes.
By the way... your drivers appear to have one clean , and one dirty shoe each! Is this part of your cunning plan?
chuck in the nek wrote:Howdy,
Wonder if by extending roof (sort of covered platform) over transfer area, you might change the effect. Building at present appears as same size and shape as a Privy. Its function as a RR building needs to be more clearly defined to the viewer.
Gerry Bullock wrote: Following on from Chuck's comment that would be easily achieved if the roof was merely a single minimal sloping one rather than the conventional pitched roof currently modelled. Such a roof IMHO is more suited to the size of the building.
demaine22 wrote:However, one rule I gave myself was to keep the building within the existing O9 footprint so I can switch between the two scales if I want to, so I'm not planning on taking the building any further out, the boys can work in the rain and live with it
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