The BMC project - Logbook July 2004

This article was published Jul 01, 2004.

This month I been on vacation most of the time, but some things has been done anyway. A small house for my lighthouse keeper was made in our caravan, even if I didn´t had the time to finish it completely.

quarters for the lighthouse keeper

Pict7495 -- Cabin as far as it goes when home from vacation.
Pict7495 -- Cabin as far as it goes when home from vacation.
Pict7679 -- Black Beetle motor bogie arrived. Car to the right is my first attempt in Hf
Pict7679 -- Black Beetle motor bogie arrived. Car to the right is my first attempt in Hf
Pict7701 -- WW1, UK War department light railways, D-class wagon. Should have been added in april logbook, but it´s still not finished so... The body is ok, but no bogies made yet. The ones installed now is just temporary.
Pict7701 -- WW1, UK War department light railways, D-class wagon. Should have been added in april logbook, but it´s still not finished so... The body is ok, but no bogies made yet. The ones installed now is just temporary.
Pict7703 -- Benchwork expansion started. Here you see the part which spans over my desk and beyound to next. To the left you have Aspendale stn as described in prev. logbooks with the twin brothers on the pier. The strange beam over the tracks in the middle, is for second story Hf rails.
Pict7703 -- Benchwork expansion started. Here you see the part which spans over my desk and beyound to next. To the left you have Aspendale stn as described in prev. logbooks with the twin brothers on the pier. The strange beam over the tracks in the middle, is for second story Hf rails.
Pict7707 -- Here you see some empty cleaned up space. In the middle you have module 4 and to the left against the wall will be module 5 and 6 all the way down to the windows which is end of the line. It´s amazing what you see on a picture which you never see when you take the picture... The pile of old antique computers behind the clock, will be hidden later on with some cloth.
Pict7707 -- Here you see some empty cleaned up space. In the middle you have module 4 and to the left against the wall will be module 5 and 6 all the way down to the windows which is end of the line. It´s amazing what you see on a picture which you never see when you take the picture... The pile of old antique computers behind the clock, will be hidden later on with some cloth.