Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by interurban, Aug 3, 2003.
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This Church is located just off Hwy 11, south of Huntsville, Ontario.
That church is a real beauty Will. Nice to see it so well preserved.
Thanks Will we visited that nice Church back in the 80s with the family.
A lovely spot . :thumb:
Thanks Robin and Chris.
If either of you make it up to Muskoka this summer, you will have to drop in.
I can take you to see the church as well as Muskoka Heritage Place and the famous Portage Flyer.
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Here's a good one that could be easily modeled after the Walthers kit "Jim's Repair Shop" It also got me to thinking somehow of a good name for a paint store. ..
The Paint Can.
That station is now a BP - they re-designed it a bit - so it looks a lot diferent now.. I'll try to get a pic of the "After building" since we have a "Before" up above
Here's an interesting structure for you southern clime modelers.
And John Pitts's beautiful abandoned REA building.
John uses colored pencils to color the brick. Floquil concrete for the foundation.
If you're looking for something different...
There is a water tower in Gaffney, South Carolina shaped and painted as a giant peach. I'm half tempted to try modeling it myself...let's see...what do I have around the house to make a peach???
Here's the link for the picture of this thing...
Saw a guy make one similar to that using a small rubber serenge found at the drug store.
This building is at Clifton Fordge VA.
I fould a modle at a train show and now it is on my layout.
Yet another excellent The Gauge thread :thumb:
I thought this would be of interest to some of you who model the present or there about. The name is real and it is makes one wonder how it came to be. A strange name for a spice factory. Anyhow I am a sucker for “Orange” I just love those tanks.
Neat!! Yeah - that's an interesting name
Here's another building. Its a furniture store outside of town.
In fact, I've already started to scratchbash one as I type.
What about this: :thumb:
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