The first up it the Livery Stable on the right, built from two "Britains" models to make the building a little larger; I merely added the two extra side walls and used half of the front insode the building to make another room.
Only one of the four roof pieces were present, but no doubt they'll be somewhere amongst the many other places my western stuff is stored.
The building is identical to the Britains' farmyard barn model (like a couple of others iirc).
|The front (obviously)|
|Boring side view)|
|Aerial view (note the collapsed upper floor).|
|Some of the occupants, Timpo figures and a Britains' farmhand.|
|Very old (30+ years) and very, very dusty|
|Side view (with dust of course) and a missing roof!|
|Top floor, internal view (nothing downstairs!).|
|Two tables a rifle and a bed from upstairs|
|Front view, as found.|
|A right mix of stuff !|
|Many doors from other buildings (note the high tech hinges)|
|A couple of figures and a window (who knows from where!)|
|The cell bed and a gun rack (both scratch-built)|
|The cell in situ.|
|The Silver Dollar sign !; four Britains chairs, a Playmobil bucket and another chair|
In the last week I haven't done a single thing hobby-related, no rules read, no internet research or searches, definitely no painting other than doing this post and storing my Zouaves, bothe of which were the first things I've done snce finishing my post last week. I doubt that comments on various blogs and replying to comments on my own count !
I think I've found Frank's black hole !
Thanks for taking the time to visit, apologies for the miserable content, but as usual, your comments are still welcomed and appreciated.