Back in 2014 I had shared images of what used to be a bindery located in an arcade under the Railroad and S[tadt]-Bahn tracks in Berlin. They weren't beautiful brick or stone arcades, bur brutalist concrete on what is a kind of island between busy streets.
Yesterday, while surfing Google Maps I found that they had updated the images in that area, this time with an S-Bahn train overhead.
|Buchbinderei near to Jannowitzbrücke, Berlin.|
I think I will interpret that idea on my layout but opening a bindery in the lot below to the right of the gate and going back at an angle. The pigeon shack and BMW 2002s will need to be relocated...
|The lot for the new bindery.|
The facade of the bindery I apprenticed in Gelsenkirchen can easily adapt to the lot, I have interior views that I can use to create the interior, and the mainline runs above.
|Bindery I apprenticed in 1985-87.|
Should be a fun and relatively easy project to distract me from the main project of redoing the area around the turntable, finishing the Schrebergärten next to Posten 210..., and real bookish projects.