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Posted in Structure Plans by Rob Chant. (Last activity on Thursday, February 06, 2020 at 11:21:00 AST.)

STRUCTURE PLAN: Small 1-Stall Engine House (24x60-feet with a 10x38-foot addition)

I needed a small 1-stall engine house for a layout, but couldn't find an appropriate structure in my library files, so I decide to design one. I wanted a building that appeared to be an updated version of an older structure that was originally built on a stone foundation. The main building measures 24x60-feet, and a newer 10x38-foot addition was built on a concrete footing. I show exterior walls that are finished with vertical clapboard siding painted in green and an aged white. I might have gone a bit overboard with the windows for such a small engine house, but I liked the look of them. You could easily make this longer if needed, and to keep the window pattern that same as I show, you would have to add 12-foot sections until you reach your desired length.

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