I think that if I can keep focussed I will be able to finish it in a couple of weeks. I have had some more 3D printing done for the very large 'mouldings' that run along the length of the building at the top of the ground level and another 'moulding' above the second level just below the brick 'parapet' (see following photo of station). Other items printed are as shown below.
Here are some images of the mouldings and other pieces from Sketchup the 3d modelling program I am using.
|Lower Large Moulding with slot for Corbel Panels - See photo above|
|Corbel Panel for Lower Large Moulding|
|Upper Large Moulding|
|Water Collector Boxes for downpipes visible in above photo - 2 types|
|Six small chimneys for roof|
|Two large chimneys for roof|
|Rear Awning Support Truss - Between Station Building and Refreshment Room building|
|Rear Awning Support Truss is visible in this photo.|
|Awning Truss and Post - Etches of Cast Iron Brackets to be added|
|Awning Rafter Section - Fits into Awning Truss and Posts|
|Upper level Window Awning Brackets - On North West Platform side in period modelled (1972)|
But to give you a little help here are a few photos of the building with some of the bits in place but not glued or fully painted as yet.
|Starting to look good|
|Note the ugly toilet block, it will look better once the trimmings are added|
|Note the Awning Rafter Sections, Trusses and Posts fitted and glued together|
|Detail in the breezeway is almost complete|