Unfortunately, we didn't see much of him over the last couple of years and I last bumped into him about a year ago at Halifax show where we had a good old chinwag.
What I didn't know about was his life outside modelling. The limit of my knowledge was that he was a book binder by trade but he was a very fine craftsman indeed, creating bindings for the Booker Prize winners and the William Hill Sports Book of the Year.
For more about David and his work, please see http://davidsellarsbookbinder.com/About-David-Sellars.php
Modelling time has again been limited due to work commitments, but there has been some progress on Coniston signal box (which now has a roof) and I've made a start on the box for Lightcliffe having put together the window frames for the front wall.
Hopefully get a bit more done today and tomorrow before it's back to work on Wednesday.
|Coniston Signal Box - front|
|Coniston Signal Box - rear|
|Coniston Signal Box - northern end|
|Coniston Signal Box - southern end|
|Lightcliffe Signal Box (courtesy L&Y Society)|
|Window frames for the frontage - Evergreen strip assembled on glass with Lemonene|