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New laser-cut brick engine shed

Posted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:59 pm
by DuffieldBank
My new laser-cut G scale (1:24) narrow gauge engine shed or industrial building will be available for sale shortly. Scale dimensions: 18' length, 13' width, 7.5' tall side, 14' to the peak, with 7' tall doors.

Drop me a line for more info.

Cheers,

DB

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Re: New laser-cut brick engine shed

Posted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 1:35 pm
by docnjoj
How many colors to paint those darn bricks?
otherDoc

NOW AVAILABLE! laser-cut brick engine shed

Posted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 3:13 pm
by DuffieldBank
Sample engine shed has been cut and loosely assembled. CAD work has been updated to make the assembly easier and more sturdy. I plan to start cutting production kits tomorrow or Monday. Kits will include laser cut slate shingles, roofing, etc.

Introductory price is $49.99. Please message me if you'd like one, as I am unsure when I will be able to update my store.

Thanks for looking!

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Re: New laser-cut brick engine shed

Posted: Mon Nov 20, 2017 7:25 pm
by Jon Randall
Love your work DB but the postal cost for me is prohibitive. It used to be much, much cheaper but it seems a policy of the US postal service to restrict exports and increase their trade deficit which, to me, is odd.
It's a pity you haven't got a European partner.

Re: New laser-cut brick engine shed

Posted: Mon Nov 20, 2017 8:46 pm
by chris69
Hi,
my compliments, GREAT MODEL! One question, are you planing on supplying a different entry wall with one door in the middle for 32MM gauge ?
same scale , just for slightly bigger engines.
have a great day
Chris

Re: New laser-cut brick engine shed

Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 1:17 am
by DuffieldBank
chris69 wrote:Hi,
my compliments, GREAT MODEL! One question, are you planing on supplying a different entry wall with one door in the middle for 32MM gauge ?
same scale , just for slightly bigger engines.
have a great day
Chris


I've been asked for almost a dozen variations thus far, but I think yours has the best value.

Thanks

Re: New laser-cut brick engine shed

Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:29 am
by chris69
Hi,
glad you like the idea. I thought about it some more and a building with a larger single main door could also be used as a machine shop, boiler house etc. may be a smaller door foe foot traffic on one side.... As an accessory a separate front wall may be a good idea,. Just in case one wants to build a
structure with trough tracks.
looks like my imagination is getting the better of me. All the best with your endeavor, it looks like a great kit with many possibilities for us modellers.
Have great day
Chris

NOW SHIPPING!

Posted: Thu Dec 07, 2017 2:56 pm
by DuffieldBank
NOW SHIPPING!

My narrow gauge engine shed is now shipping. Actual foot print is 6.5" x 9", with 2.25" x 3.5" door openings.

Laser cut goodness that includes slate shingles, gingerbread roof trim, scale brick detail, and finely cut windows and doors. A true gem.

MSRP $69.95, holiday priced at $59.95.

https://theoriginaltwofoot.wixsite.com/mygn15



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