Today's construction revolved around getting the interior started. All the exterior walls have received their wainscoting and chair rails. I can probably start painting that now and then apply the wallpaper. I can move on to building the interior walls, I just have to decide how I'm going to divide the rooms up.
On to today's construction photos.
|Adding the wainscoting and chair rail. Hard to see with the white on white going on|
|And the close up doesn't really help much|
|This is the front door to the waiting room, still to much white on white.|
|Ah, works better this way. Trackside door.|
|Adding the detail for the second floor|
|Again from the trackside, You can see how the second floor will basically be an A-Frame.|
|The waiting room, interior side, waiting for some paint now.|
|The Baggage room. I probably didn't need to add the wainscoting since the floor will be raised and you won't be able to see it.|
|The baggage room, interior side|
|The trackside wing. I still haven't cut out the windows since I need a third one to create the large window. That's definitely going to hold up construction|
|Trackside wing, interior.|
|Front wing, interior. Its interesting to see how the yellow of the stain can is affecting the auto white balance feature.|
|Front wing, interior|
|This is the laser cut stone sheet from Monster Modelworks. Looks great, although I managed to ignore that it is an 1/8# thick. I'll have to work out an alternative solution.|