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Pump house - 1 week before

Its now just 1 week till the Swansea Railway Modellers Group show in the National Waterfront Museum and pump house is starting to look more and more like a finished building. We have been concentrating (mostly) on getting all the brickwork finished and anything else we can do will be a bonus. The brickwork and top pieces that make up the chimney were the first on the list:

The next step was to get the last of the brickwork cut and painted for the base of the the chimney.

The chimney became the first fully finished part of the building and is ready for the show. The brickwork on the main building is almost finished now as well with just the base for the accumulator tower and the coal bunker to finish.
To take a slight detour from painting brickwork we decided to cut and assemble the windows for the boiler room. These are such a small detail but we really think it makes the building come alive.


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