Great structure to model

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  1. FrankG

    FrankG Member

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    I found a great structure to model not far from where I work in eastern PA.

    This building, called Lenape Hall, was build in Doylestown, PA in 1874. There are many other historic buildings in this town/county (Bucks County) and if you're modeling the Pennsy, there's some good stuff to be found in a google search with these terms.

    For more info, see:

    http://imls-train.cis.drexel.edu/bucks2/lenape_hall.htm
    http://www.doylestownborough.net//DoylestownBorough.net/History/Walking_Tour/lenape_building

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  2. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Chessie6459 Gauge Oldtimer

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    There are alot of different buildings on that thread. Great Photo Frank. :thumb:
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    Wow! That's a real beauty Frank. With all those moldlings and that curved cornice in front it should be a nice challenge.

    I kind of like this building from Toronto's Queen St. W. area. Always thought it would make a great scratchbuild.

    Val

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  5. FrankG

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    I was looking for that thread Matthyro and couldn't find it.... Thanks!