I've been making steady progress on the new 119 with the floor and the main part of the false ceiling going in this week.
The Super Barns have a very distinctive skirt beneath them. On the real carriage it's the frame, of course, but in model form it makes more sense for it to be attached to the chassis and slip up inside the bodyshell.
The false ceiling is not as vital on a resin carriage as it is on a styrene one, where it is crucial to keeping the sides straight.
As I described last time, the resin carriage sides are much more rigid, but there's no harm in using the same laminated design with the lower half providing a lip which the top of the bodysides can be bonded to when the carriage is complete.
(Our Super Barns have a brass roof skin unlike all our other carriages)
Next I think I shall make the corridor connections - always one of my least favourite jobs....