I realize this could go in multiple places (modular forum, scenery, here) but decided the N scale guys would be most interested in it. If someone feels it should be moved I won't be offended. I was 'assigned' the task of creating a 2' module for our club to fit a space we wound up with. After much scratching of my receding hairline, I decided I'd build a little dairy farm. Links to photos follow; I didn't want to copy the images directly to the thread because they are pretty big in size and I'm not knowledgable on how to shrink 'em. First, the basic module, which isn't anything much to look at: http://mongrelmotorsports.homestead.com/files/rr6.JPG Next, the two structure kits I picked up to complete the scene. These are also available as built-ups, which was handy as I could see them at the LHS and get a feel for the size and quality. http://mongrelmotorsports.homestead.com/files/rr3.JPG I expected these to be pretty marginal quality but was pleasantly surprised. Nice, crisp details and good parts fit. Only real issue with them is the scale isn't exactly right on the house and the roof shingles on both are way too big. I went with plastic kits like these since they were going on modules and would be banged around a lot. So, first I built the barn: http://mongrelmotorsports.homestead.com/files/rr4.JPG http://mongrelmotorsports.homestead.com/files/rr5.JPG Again, I was pleasantly surprised with how decent it came out. It still needs to be weathered, and the flash makes it look 'glossy' even though it's not that bright. All in all, a pretty nice barn and typical of the area I live in. I then worked on the farmhouse. I'll probably place it towards the back of the module because the scale is a little large, but with painting it winds up looking pretty good. http://mongrelmotorsports.homestead.com/files/rr8.JPG Again, I still have to weather it a bit and finish a few details. Now that the structures are complete, I can better position them on the module and begin a bit of landscape work. I also have a pack of cows who are eager to graze. I have to have this thing completed for a show by April 8th. Should be do-able in a 2 week window (I'm away for 4 days this weekend, which doesn't help).