Sally 4th Photorealistic Pub

Buck

The front of the Sally 4th pub

Some weeks ago, I started work on this pub from Sally 4th.  When I originally ordered it, I ordered the photorealistic sheets for the interior, but not the wooden portions.  They arrived a week or two ago, so I spent Saturday completing the building.  I named my instance of the pub the Frog and Ferkin.

The rear of the pub

The first floor (Europeans) or second floor (for Americans). Note the details of wallpaper, flooring, and rugs.

I am very pleased with the outcome of this this building.

A view of the ground floor (Europeans) or first floor (Americans)

This kit went together easily.  All the parts fit nicely.  The instructions were clear.  The only part that needed trimming was the order that goes between the two floors to provide a lip on which the top floor fits.  If you look closely in the picture below, you will see that I goofed it up a little.

Another view of the ground floor (Europeans) or first floor (Americans)

Another view of the ground floor (Europeans) or first floor (Americans). Note the detailed stairwell and fireplace.

Greg is getting excited about Sea Lion scenarios, so I’m sure the Frog and Ferkin pub will soon be a scene of action.

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2 thoughts on “Sally 4th Photorealistic Pub

  1. I would love to get my hands on there. What is a Ferkin?

  2. bucksurdu says:

    fir·kin
    [ˈfərkən]
    NOUN
    historical
    a small cask used chiefly for liquids, butter, or fish.
    a unit of liquid volume equal to half a kilderkin (about 11 gallons or 41 liters).

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