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Blockwork in 4mm

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A section of Omagh Goods Store was built with block on the flat, which measures 440mm x 105mm. Any ideas on what I could use in Plasticard?

In 4mm scale this would be approx 6mm x 1.5mm...... is 7mm scale brickwork close?

 

 

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Depending upon what it actually looked like, there is the Wills SSMP204 Granite Sets sheet.

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The blockwork on the left side of picture......

Good Shed-3 Dec 1992.jpg

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Ah, I see what you mean - I thought you meant the flooring.

That's not a common feature outside Ireland - you might be able to scribe some plain sheet..?

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Tony, this is as close as you'll get from Wills. I would recommend you go with Broithe's suggestion and scribe some blank sheet to get the look your after. 

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Looks to me like it was a repair wall or replacement at a much later date. You could finish that section in stone to match the rest I'd say, if modelling an earlier period maybe.  I wonder what was there before the repair / rebuild ?? 

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