Nicks workshop mutterings

Various railway orientated modelling projects in my new workshop/railway room.

Lilac Cottage-finished

After 2 years work on and off I have now finished my model of Lilac Cottage in the village of Bishopstone in the Vale of the White Horse. Hopefully it will meet the criteria for Pendon Museum and be part of the village scene. It is mounted in it’s own cellar base ready to be put in the scene.

Now I can get on with my other projects!…….

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2 thoughts on “Lilac Cottage-finished

  1. An amazing piece of work! Well done!! Don’t you think it’s about you turned your skills towards that haven of stonework, I refer of course to the Highlands of Scotland? Contact me directly for some suggestions.

  2. Steve Fackrell on said:

    Excellent Nick- hope to see you at Westfest?
    Steve

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