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I've just downloaded some hand made HO Buildings from My Past, when I get around to building the Layout.
I'm still a newbie here, and looking for Tips.
I've added the Pics to My Album.
Hope this works?
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The buildings are very well done. They can set the style for the layout. I am more interested in how buildings work with the layout than actually looking real. I like the individual taste when applied. It can even be a hotglued engine shed. Unfortunately model train magazines don't agree.
 

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Pretty good for hand made. If you made the alamo more spaced out, you could run a train in between the wall and building thing
 

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Love it...great stuff. Like T-man said, I enjoy the look of an individual modeler's perspective rather than scale fidelity---that Alamo is sweet.:thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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I've just downloaded some hand made HO Buildings from My Past, when I get around to building the Layout.
I'm still a newbie here, and looking for Tips.
I've added the Pics to My Album.
Hope this works?
Thanks
Nice stuff, but what is the significance of the name "Wellesley"? Are you referring to the town in Massachusetts, or the college?
 

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Wellesley

The significance is that was the address of my childhood home.
and the Model is of the Home I grew up in.
 

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Sort of fits my choice for the Handle I've taken
My Last name is Earp
Nice buildings Mr Earp.:thumbsup:

Now show us the pre war stuff.:D
 
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