After the trauma of fitting the truss rods (every time!) making up the boxes which represent the various things hung under a modern FR carriage - such as the diesel-burning heating unit and the associated fuel - is child's play.
Of course, no model of the FR Superbarn carriages would look quite right if it didn't have something to represent the distinctive blocks along the side of the underframe.
In fact these are brackets which support the sightly wider wooden body which you can see on this shot taken earlier this week of the under frame of what will be 120 in the welding bay at Boston Lodge.
In my case I don't bother to try to make scaled-drown brackets, instead I just glue small cuts of styrene strip in the right places.
It looks effective as far as I'm concerned and that matters as much as rivet-counting accuracy in my book.