Lionel Rico station kitbash to CPR

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 This kit was already built before I decided to start detailing it( dont do this lol) and did require some dissasembly during the work

  Here are a few pics of the project to date 

I’m moving onto the 2nd floor construction next

Al

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Wainscoting is wood panels or milled bead board installed on the walls from the floor to some height usually 3 to 4 feet up the wall with a horizontal chair rail type molding at the top and baseboard molding at floor level.   Looks from the photos like you found something depicting bead board ?

Really nice job, makes me want to take my Rico station out and do some remodeling in the future, of course mine too is 90% assembled, bummer...  Great colors for that structure

Thank you Gentlemen for the clarification

  I would call it panelling lol Good to know the correct terms   

  I have been using Evergreen Plastic sheeting and Plastruct for materials     

  The wainscoting is O scale 3 1/4” car siding as well as the roof soffits that I ripped to 1” strips on my mini table saw

  Stocked up on some more plastic supplies and glue today at the local train shop 

Al

Thank you Joe!

   I have done some modifications to my modifications lol

  1st floor was flimsy due to the thin styrene sheet I used so I strengthened with some 1” x 1/4” strips laminated with the panel design to pose as a pony wall around the perimeter     

 I also painted the interior walls the same colour as the first floor module

  I decided to make it easy to pull the floors out to detail for sanity sake   

  Here are some pics 

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7764BF9A-D816-46C1-BDA9-1B756013C0F4FEE9BCA3-CC94-4663-B8B3-32E8E1B01CBE30E37E26-358F-4238-9A36-839BD60D1CC41AC13957-2C77-47BE-A57C-8BD388EA209D62272021-C45D-49A8-AB74-1B383EF511D4   Well progress has been slow but i have almost finished the 2nd floor module  

 I will be installing another room for a bath tub sink and water closet if I can find some detail parts

   The ground floor still requires a ticket office built as well

  Coach Joe - I will be indeed be detailing the freight shed side as well

  I just thought I would cut my teeth on the easy part first lol

  Here are a few pics 

Al

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