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Hello Everyone,
Eaglewings Iron Craft is working on two new G scale buildings. We have the two prototypes put together with no finish yet. We wanted to share them with you and get your valuable opinion.
The first one is a Freight Station (T â€" 5, Train Structure 5). The platform is 17â€� long by 10 â€" 1/2 “wide. The Building is 10â€� long by 9â€� wide by 6 â€" ½ “tall.


The second building is a Passenger Station (T â€" 4, Train Structure 4). This one is 24â€� long by 13 â€" ½â€� wide by 15â€� tall.


One thing that we’re doing differently to our buildings is that now instead of having a glossy powder coated finish; we’ll have them powder coated with a rust resistant primer so that it can be detailed easier and will have the extra rust protection.
We are really looking forward to hearing what you think about them.
 

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Dan,
For future consideration, you may wish to add a ramp on one end of the platform, leading down to ground level.
Not everything shows up at the depot on a flatbed... :)
 

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I thought the Goods Shed was the better of the two, a lot more appeal I thought the Station House
Building is a little to much like a Dolls House for my liking, in Western Australia, this Style of Station House is
found only as a Main Junction Station Like "Walkaway" or "Bunbury" maybe even "Perth", so I believe
that on a Garden Railway Layout this would be a little overbearing, while that Goods shed will and would
fit in anywhere you wished.

Well done,
John Richards.
 

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That's the neat part about these buildings is that you or us can kitbash it any way you want




Kitbash with a welder and a grinder
 
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