|My finished model of a Creative Laser Design's kit I purchased at the 2011 Expo.|
Creative Laser Design`s - MEC Section House
In my very first post on this blog I briefly covered the MEC section house kit I purchased at the Model Railroad Expo 2011. I really liked the looks of the kit and thought I would give you a second look. The MEC section house kit was a new experience for me at that time. I wanted to try constructing a wooden laser style kits. All the structures I had built to that point where scratch built or resin model kits. The MEC kit was an easy build and since then I have completed more complex laser kit structures. The current plans for the MEC section house is to add it to my HOn30 C&Q Ry. junction yard scene. So lets look at how it went together.
|The instruction sheet is seen behind the kits parts. One can see the Northeastern slate roofing and the interior flooring along with the other detail parts. The hand car is not included with the kit.|
|The basic wall sections have been assembled. The doors and windows are seen ready for painting.|
I added an interior since I was leaving the front sliding door open. I also left the side door open. I put a hand car inside along with two Juneco section men. I added a few tools, barrels and crates at locations that they could be seen...a great little addition to my modelling scenes...George Dutka
|The section house is seen separate from its interior flooring. I added a good amount of details were it could be seen through the open doors. I glued the two section together with a couple of dabs of Walthers Goo.|
|The interior has been added to the section house.|