|I needs a railway station... The usual materials: cereal box|
and laundry wash packet. I use the natural dimensions of both...
|The whole clad in brick, stone block and paving, |
downloaded from various internet sources and printed out
|The overall effect is a little rustic, but I rather like that. |
The windows were simply drawn on cardboard,
cut out and glued onto the brickwork.
|H'mmm... still a little bit of work needed...|
|A small barn, or grain storage facility,|
used also to store a couple of tanks.
|As requested, photographed with 45mm figures to|
illustrate the size of the buildings.
|A comparison with a couple of HaT Austrian Grenzers.|
|A view from a different angle. |
Since these pics were taken, window sills
and barge boards were added to the station, giving it a much tidier look.
|The barn has also received more timbering, painted dark brown,|
as you will see in the subsequent pics.
|The town of Dohremi - or maybe it's Miredoh - somewhere in|
Kiivar. The railway is HO/OO scale - much too narrow a gauge
(I feel) for the size of buildings here.
|A couple of vintage cars I bought last century|
that will no doubt be pressed into service as staff cars
for the Raesharn and Kiivar military.
|A locomotive I found in an odds and ends shop, rather larger|
than HO/OO scale, though still underscale for the size of
buildings. It will do, however, if I can supply similarly
scaled coal tender and rolling stock...
Thanks to Mike of Mike's Wargaming Blog for following this blogspot - the 86th to do so. As is my wont these days, I have a look at what new followers have been doing. I think Mikemight be another who likes to construct his own terrain features.