Anyway, I have made progress on the windows. Some good, some not so good. I wanted a muted stained glass effect so scanned the York Modelmaking window frames, coloured the panes on an old image composer programme and printed the result on tracing paper. I thought that clear styrene or acetate would be a bit too shiny (and in any case I can't print on it) and tracing paper produced a decent enough effect on the church I built earlier.
However, once the windows were fitted, the effect was more like a fun fair. Listen, the Carousel Waltz.
After applying a little Modelmates Mud dye (left over from track weathering) to the frames and panes, the colours are better - more muted. However, the half round window over the door looks wrong. It's O scale because there wasn't an OO scale window big enough. I was hoping it wouldn't matter but unfortunately it looks overscale. So, I may try to make something more suitable ..... or I might just leave it. Who cares? Only me. But it will annoy me to my grave.
Oh, and the roof is started. I still haven't decided how to slate it.