Back working on the buildings for Lightcliffe - the signal box is finished, the main station buildings are nearly there (need to add the signs and posters as well as some ventilators for the WCs), the stone staircase is being painted, and I've just started work on what we think was a warehouse/store on the Bradford bound platform (there was no rail served goods shed at Lightcliffe nor was there any accomodation for the porters in the main station buildings).
The latter building has actually been a real pain to work out. There are a number of decent photos of the platform side of the building and from those it looks a pretty straight forward construction - two windows and a door. The Bradford end of the building's a plain stone wall so that's simple as well, but then a photo came to light that showed that the Halifax end of the building had a door in it ... and that said door was at a lower level than the doors onto the platform. So we've got a split level building.
Frustratingly, none of the photos that I've found show the whole width of the Halifax end of the building and we've haven't come across any yet that show the non-platform side, so that's going to have to be guesswork, the only help being an aerial photo that appears to show a loading area.
Anyway, I've deliberated enough and windows and doors have now been marked out on the sheel of the building in readiness for cutting out.
Photos I've previously posted of the other buildings have disappeared due to Photobucket blocking images, so I'm attaching some more as well as a couple of photos showing the marking out of the warehouse building.