The view from the Brisbane end.
The rear view.
from the south.
Looking up underneath the awning, showing one door open and the other closed.
The shed is of standard NSW concrete block construction, except that this building used the 15" blocks and not the 10" blocks that other buildings from the north coast used. I just happened to have the some small off cuts of styrene that are very very close to 15" in size. From this known dimension, I have been able to deduce all other dimensions. I do have some photos that have people included in the frame, and given their approximated dimensions, I can double check the various sizes for doors and the like.
I raided my window and door collection and found some matching items that I think fit in well. I have cut the roofing material (corrugated iron) that just needs to be glued on. I am deciding if I need to fit any sort of an LED light under the eaves of the roof or even inside the open door that will be visible through the door and the window during a running session. Following painting, the glass panes will be added to the windows and above the doors.
My week started off with a huge deflation by my mates at our Tuesday Nighter's meeting. Two of them Darren and Jacko advised that one photo that I was led to believe was a shot of the Glenapp Out-of Shed which also had the Signal box next to it, was actually the Tamrookum (I think they said?) shed and signal box! What are friends for! However, the items were actually the same design at both locations.
My next building will be the waiting shed, to be followed by the staff exchange platform and then the toilet block.