Monday, June 2, 2014

Bunk House Progress Report | 4 Comments - Click Here :

    Darel Leedy - I thought I'd share an in-progress photo so that it would appear like I've been doing something.  I still have a few things to do like window glazing, painting the chimney and adding some additional weathering. But for the most part, it is about finished. It will rest on a stone foundation (barely visible in the old photo) when installed on the layout.
    According to the C&S valuation, the Dickey bunk house was built in 1902. It was listed as 24'X48', with 6" T&G (tongue and groove) siding. All I had to go on was one grainy photograph in Tom Klinger's "High Line". I will post additional details when it is completed.
~ Cowboy Up!

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  1. Great Model, Darel. It will be nice to see it sitting on the layout. This is real modeling in my book. Find a photo work out the logic and then build it. Nice job!


    1. Thanks brother d!
      Its a great feeling when another foam core mock up goes into the recycle bin.