Sorry it's been a long time coming but finally the station is complete ( more or less!). In the middle of September I promised an update "shortly" (https://gardenrails.org/forum/viewtopic ... g&start=60
), and actually, it's been sitting in the garage since the middle of October last year, but between the weather and holidays, it simply hasn't been possible to put it out. Today, at last we've had sun all day so I grabbed the chance.
So some of the components you'll have seen before in my 3D Printing threads, but some were never detailed and some were incomplete, so here it is:
First a view from the station throat end:
and then a similar view looking the other way:
A close-up of the fancy bargeboards and matching ridge tiles ( the ones on the main building are identical);
A close up of the station exit gate. The platform fence, railings and gate, lamppost, and buffer stop all printed.
The station building itself, with windows and doors, and bench, I've shown before, but here, the door notices, way out board, the rainwater goods, the fire buckets and mounting board and brackets, passenger and dog are all printed.
A close up of the gutter fittings,
The headshunt and platform end, again the cast iron notice is 3D printed. The buffer stop on the platform road is printed, the one on the short siding is from Peco.
A close up of a printed gas lamp - all printed apart from the plain tube of the post itself and the wire support brackets between the post and head..
The sharp eyed amongst you may have noticed that there is no ballast, however just as our intrepid photographer was about to pack up and go home, the PW Dept arrived with a trainload of ballast, so it shouldn't be too long!
Any questions I'll be happy to answer.