I've just looked back through my blog and was surprised to find that it's been nearly 2 years since the last update on my goods shed! I've still got work to do on the interior, but at least it's received a coat of paint:-) As I tend to mix my own colours the main problem was getting a finished result that matched, or at least blended in with the completed station building. Humbrol Enamels were used in the main, with some use of colours from Railmatch. I've also spent some time facing the foam board platform with Slaters Plastikard brickwork.
I want to mount a wall mounted lamp on the wall between the windows and like the look of the offerings from Kemilway. http://www.kemilway.com/kemilway-architecture.html I emailed them a couple of weeks ago but I'm still waiting for a reply, has anyone tried to contact them recently?
I need to make a start on the platform surfaces soon, I like the idea of paving slabs under the station canopy and fine ash everywhere else. I'm guessing the slabs would be about 2 foot by 18 inches, but does anyone know how big a typical Victorian/Edwardian slab should be?
The eagle eyed will notice that the siding signal has moved position since my last update. This is as a result of an enjoyable discusion at the RMweb members day with Mike (Stationmaster), Don (Donw) and Paul (PD&SWJR) The upshot of this discussion has been the construction of two new ground signals and the relaying of the exchange siding :-) These new additions will hopefully feature in the next post from Sherton Abbas!