Warner & Cholmondy for Black Country Blues
The outer walls are made from Wills sheets. The front wall has 7 different patterns of brick sheet, plus plain plasticard. The metal strengthening plates are more plastic sheet, with tiny squares of plastic strut for the bolt heads.
The inner walls are Scalescenes printed bricks. The end wall had a Wills window arch let into the brickwork, the gaps were repaired with filler, as before, and scribed to match when dry.
The roof frames are various cross-section plastic struts, the partial roof covering is scale-sized sheets of corrugated plasticard and clear glaze.
For the ablution building outside, the toilet & sink are Scalelinks items, the pipes yet more plastic strut.
Thanks to 'Bluebottle' for the latest picture of the building on the BCB layout