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You made the perfect example john. If that was built by someone with that kind of skill, they would not have 'tolerated' the un-eveness of the roof eve. The crown bent in the platform roof would have to take a special bending brake and die so not to crush the corrugation.

Chuck you seem to think that you know that a craftsman/home builder would not "tolerate" the roof edges being off.  That is reading a lot into this as you have no knowledge of who made the station and what they were thinking when they assembled it.

The only thing I agree with you on, is that the bend in the roof/eaves would have taken a brake/die so that the corrugation would not be crushed.  However, since we know nothing about the builder of the piece, we cannot say that they did not have access to such a brake/die.   

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