Here you can listen to memories of the Pattern-making Shop. Here Pattern-makers would make "patterns" which were wooden models of the castings that were made in the Foundry. Patterns were crucial to the making of castings in the Foundry. The pattern would be made in wood to the shape of the piece that needed to be cast. Foundrymen would then use them to shape the Foundry's sand into which molten metal would be poured to create the casting. Pattern-makers were generally regarded as one of the most highly-skilled workers.