Nicks workshop mutterings

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

Cowleaze Farm

A new project I have taken on is to install the buildings and complete the surrounding scenery for the Cowleaze Farm tray for Pendon. This farm sits towards the back of the ‘Vale’ scene and the hole where the tray will be installed can be seen in the photo below.

2014-05-06 at 12-13-20

The buildings were all built some years ago and need fitting to their cellar bases and detailing around added. This will include the surface of the stable yard, gardens, an orchard and stone walling to surround the site.

In the next picture the main farmhouse building is in it’s base along with the garage and cart shed. The empty bases will take the stables and pigsties. The basic card for the stone walls is taking shape and a start has been made on colouring the bleached carpet felt to represent the grass.

2014-07-01 at 15-28-22

Plenty more to do!

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  1. sed30 on said:

    Reblogged this on sed30's Blog and commented:
    More great modelling from Nick this time at Pendon

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