I was considering packing up a fold up work bench and taking down some model rail items to work on whilst I was down there, but decided in the end not to do so as Im sure I would have left something behind which would have resulted in taking on extra luggage with a defeated purpose. Either way, both breaks were good and has helped clear my mind which has got me rebooted and ready to try and power through the outstanding items that remain to be completed on Muttama.
Furthermore, back in November, as a recommendation from one my model rail friends, I decided to do another Garage clean up but introducing a new work bench that I purchased recently that contains a set of draws to help with a better work place and better storage and access of my tools that I need to use which will result in better productivity.
I have not worked on the Goods Shed for Muttama for the last few months before October as I was faced with the a few challenges on how to construct the Goods Shed. But finally managed to gradually make small steps at a time to the point of almost completing this build.
The Goods Shed that was once based at Muttama is believed to be only one of two of its type that contains the rounded roof. The other rounded roof variation was based at Brawlin which is the next station north from Muttama.
The design of Muttama Good Shed was very different compared to other Goods Sheds on the NSWGR Network, hence one of the justifications in choosing to model Muttama.
Unfortunately, I did not take too many progressive photo shots during this period of time, here is what was done over the month of October.