Watermouth – Station Buildings The platform face of the main station building. Constructed entirely in scribed Plastikard with a pasteboard roof (awaiting tiling – any offers?!) We are unsure of Pat’s intentions with regards to the roof and it has been suggested an overall roof was intended as at Weymouth. The forecourt face, we are assuming an awning and valence extending the length of the central section. The internal layout (as far as I can guess) of the rooms. Not a particularly large building for the size of the station. I would be pleased to hear any observations on my guesswork! No provision seems to have been made in the original building for a Buffet, and this little gem was discovered in the box of buildings that came with the layout. From pencil marks on the end wall and corresponding blank wall on the station building, I have ‘second guessed’ that this was intended as a later extension, probably circa. 1920? to the station building. The delightful Art Deco style is very distinctive and given Pat’s expertise in prototype fidelity, almost certainly based on a real structure. Again, if anyone can shed some light on its origins we would be delighted to know. The Buffet forecourt face. The double doorway on the right gives access to the platform. The full ensemble from the platform face. Click here for part 3 of this article which covers the locomotives.