The hand rail was fairly straight forward especially once I'd found something of the right diameter to use as a former. The harder part for me was the uprights. First because my soldering could still do with improving and secondly to get the lengths right given the deck camber. So, I cut them over long, solder onto the rail and removed to engine hatches so that I could use the deck to mark the right length for each. (Only the base plates for the uprights to make.)
The pump box should have been easy; make lid and attach to drum. Unfortunately for me, I used my RNLI drawings and not my photos. The plans show the pump box square to the vertical rather than just sitting on the deck. So, I made and fitted an angled fillet for the pump box. Then I looked at my photos and realised my mistake. Off with the fillet and feeling a little daft for wasting time on it!
The last part to make were the securing straps from the etched brass parts. I pinned into a piece of balsa and then soldered on centre disc.