I took a set of prints from Model Railroader on scratch building a crew shed and made it my own using some ideas I had to model a half fiction and half prototype building. It could have came out better but I did it despite having the right tools like a steel strait edge and a scale ruler. I didn't have a cereal box so I used the next best thing. An airplane box from HarborFreight that we bought last week for a little outside fun. It was the same as a cereal box. It's out of scale slightly but not enough that I can notice without a good close look. I tried and will continue until I master it. This is what I came out with. I apologize for the poor photo quality. The good camera doesn't work good in the house on close up detail shots which made them come out white because of the flash. The flash is automatic and only turns itself off when the lighting is right. Next time I'll take them outside. PIC. 1: Back side of crew shed with safety hand rails for the 10 drop to the drive way coming in up to the parking lot. Made using CVT fence that was "kit bashed" to fit. Windows have cellophane windows made from Marlboro cigarette box's. PIC. 2: Angled shot of the back. PIC. 3: Right side shot with a spare switch machine, locomotive axle motor and a new blue flag sign on the front porch to replace and old one in the yard that got tore up. PIC. 4 Same shot. This one you can see the sign better plus the old switch ties that was used as a ballast retaining wall. PIC. 5: Right side angle shot of the front. Plans didn't call for an over hang of any kind but I figured, why not?! Crew has to stay dry some times and can't have water getting that computer equipment by the door on the inside wet from blowing wind.