The goods shed is made from two pieces of OSB sheet cut to the profile of the gable end of the building. The outermost piece has had apertures cut to accept a window and double doors. The window and the pair of doors were salvaged from the ruined Culdaff loco shed.
The back piece was painted black in the areas that would be behind the window and door apertures, the window was then glued in place behind the front sheet, and the two pieces of OSB, plus a further spacing strip on the rear of the right side were screwed together; the spacing strip was used to enable the shed to be angled away from the backscene so that it is more or less at right angles to the track.
The walls were clad with dressed stone effect plastic sheet and the roof with embossed slate sheet. Bargeboards made from plastic sheet, and guttering were then added. The stonework, roof and bargeboards were painted and finally, the doors were glued in place.