But it sill needs more work.
Lord Peter Hoober-Blynd sold most of his his extensive quarry business to Foster Yeoman but retained the disused Peterville site and provided adequate funds to establish a community project. As Sir Peter was a railway enthusiast, the obvious candidate was a working railway museum; and an early decision was taken to collect and preserve as many types of railway coach as possible.
Additionally, fbb is on the lookout for a reasonably priced N2 tank which will become Ryan.
Ryan was brought to help run Thomas' Branch Line while Thomas was sent to help out at the construction yard during the building of the Harwick Branch Line. He later helped stop Captain Calles' Pirate Ship, which was being used by Sailor John to escape with the treasure.
Hey ho! Back to the painting.
But the engine shed extension project has been a couple of days of relaxation from the rigours of Church stuff, writing blogs and providing support services for Jacko the cat; affronted and furious as a result of prolonged heavy rain.
Here is an illustration of two Airfix/Dapol engine sheds re-imagined as a rather nice goods shed.