Star Line Farm House

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Star Line Farm House

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Here is something I picked up recently:
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And the parts, minus the reinforcing wood:
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Details on assembly soon.
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Saw that on the Bay, I have several of the old Jewel buildings also. Cardstock can be made to be quite realistic with plastic backing for some temp/humidity integrity and with three dimensional details added.

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Sventton wrote:Saw that on the Bay, I have several of the old Jewel buildings also. Cardstock can be made to be quite realistic with plastic backing for some temp/humidity integrity and with three dimensional details added.
There are some details that I plan on adding to the house to "spruce" it up, although most will wait until the permanent layout is built.
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Here is a photo of the partially completed Star Line Farm House:
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And here is the house, without the chimney, which needs to be redone, as the wood block used for the chimney is needing to be replaced:
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