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15th Century Manor House

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This impressive building from the 1600s lives at the Rydale Folk Museum, Hutton-le-Hole, England. This, basically, is a manor house with the main hall being on the upper floor.
$4.95

Alki Point, WA

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Point Alki was of obvious importance to shipping, however, both as a day mark showing the way to Seattle and a threat in fog and at night. Even so, no light was displayed here until the 1880s, when landowner Hans Martin Hanson hung up a small lantern as a humanitarian gesture. In 1887 the U.S. Lighthouse Service improved the light, installing a small lantern and lens
$4.50

Anne Hathaway's Cottage

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Anne Hathaway's Cottage is located in Shottery, just west of Stratford-upon-Avon. The 'cottage' is, in fact, a large house of 12 rooms and is the home of Shakespeare's wife before her marriage.
$2.50

Antique Shop

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You can look in the windows and see all kinds of things in the "Heath" Antique Shop. The shop was named after Dora Heath and family who's warm and cosy kitchen and back garden filled with flowers have always been a special treat for me when I visit Merry ol' England.
$2.50

Assay-Land Office

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When a prospector was lucky enough to come across some signs of gold, he'd run his ore over to the Assay Office to determine just how much gold he was looking at.
$4.00

auburn-firehse

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Before becoming one of Auburn's most famous attractions, this firehouse was home to the Auburn Volunteer Fire Department in Auburn, California, one of the oldest volunteer groups west of the Mississippi. Organized in 1852, this group is still fighting fires around Auburn California. Model thanks to long time pal Sparky
$34.95

Awesome New England Model Village

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Download and print this awesome New England Village of over 40 easy to build card buildings.. Layout included and is available in 2 model railroad Scales: HO and N, scales. (There seem to be a sizing issue with the very tiny Z scale version and we recommend not building it at this time. All buildings actually exist and are famous. Great School project.
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Banbury Cross

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Of the three, the High Cross and was regarded as one of the chief architectural features of the town at that time. At the end of the 16th Century, Banbury acquired a reputation for Puritanism. The Puritans disliked all religious images and any thing which resembled paganism (Fun time over!). In 1598 they demolished the towns maypole and by 1601 had destroyed the high cross. By 1621 all three crosses had disappeared.
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Bank-town

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This little model was designed for two reasons....one so even the littlest kid (or hopeless adult) could do a model. They don't get any easier to assemble than this.
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Bank-village

This model was the third Fiddlers Green model and is a model that I've been meaning to 'up-date' for years. We're sold out of the hardcopy now and, surprisingly, over the years it's always been one of our best sellers.
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Bank-western

A cute little bank to go with the western town layout. The money in this bank is currently measured in negative numbers (due to credit default swaps) but the bank owns quite a few ranches it foreclosed on over the past few years.
$4.95

Barn-Equipment

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The New England Barn met the needs of the general family farm. Horses, a herd of milk cows, and some feed cattle, made the barn the center of activity. This is a model of the barn that, in the 1930s, was renovated to become the happy childhood home of Chip Fyn. This beautiful house, once featured in Better Homes & Gardens, stands proudly off the Village Green in Monroe, Ct
$3.95

Barn-Livestock

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The livestock barn is still seen on most farms. Upstairs, the loft was used for winter hay storage and with access doors at each end, went far to keep the downstairs cool in the summer. The cupola up on the roof always kept the air fresh and circulating. As you travel along the highways in the east, look hard and you'll still see old and peeling 'Mail Pouch' advertisements on some lucky barns. This one has an off-shoot for the small heard of milking cows. The main area is for equipment.
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Blacksmith

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This is a model you can really have fun with...
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Blue Church

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This is a very early Fiddlers Green model, probably about number 5 out of close to two hundred in all. Nicely laid out as a cardstock model, lovely color, and pure fantasy.
$11.95

Border-Crossing

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We've always had to deal with Border Crossings-even in Medieval times !! There's a little jail, guard stations, working gate, and furniture for the thatched cottage..ALSO, a little Medieval Paddy Wagon is included (two sizes). Dolls house size model with an HO scale included. Fun and easy to build.
$3.00

Boring Factory

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This ugly thing was designed to 'grunge down' your industrial layout so it looks like a real thing. Multiple models can be set against each other to make a pretty little row of ugly Boring Factories.
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Boston, MA

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Boston Harbor Lighthouse is the oldest navigational station in all of North America. Built in 1716 on Little Brewster island at the entrance to the harbor, it helped attract the fleets of trading ships that made Boston one of the world's most prosperous cities. In 1964 it was designated as a National Historic Landmark. It is the only lighthouse still run by the coast guard. It stands 89 feet and has been called the "ideal American lighthouse". In 1948, Boston Harbor Lighthouse was electrified. It was also the last American lighthouse to be automated.
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Bottle and Glass Inn

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This fine building lends itself perfectly to paper modeling! There's a lot to the model and it's pretty much easily fitted into our A5 format.
$4.95

Brant Point, MA

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America's second-oldest lighthouse (after Boston) owes its existence to a town meeting held on Nantucket Island in 1846. Tired of seeing their whaling ships miss the Nantucket Harbor and pile up on nearby beaches, the island folk approved spending two hundred English pounds to construct a small wooden light tower.
$3.00

Bronte Parsonage

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The Bronte Sisters, Emily, Charlotte, and Anne were novelists and poets living here at the Parsonage in the first half of the 18th century.
$2.50

Butcher Shop

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The present Mr Copnall was setting up the window early one misty morning in his little 17th Century butcher shop in the charming little canal town of Ellesmere when I asked him if I could model his building.
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Cake Shop

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For centuries Banbury, England has been known for its famous Banbury Cakes since 1638 which are sugared puff pastry filled with currents and dried fruit that nobody else wants to deal with.
$4.95

Cape Arago , OR

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Cape Arago Lighthouse, located two miles southwest of Charleston, was built in 1934, replacing two earlier structures dating back to 1909 and 1966. The 44-foot octagonal tower rises only 100 feet above sea level with a visibility of 16 miles seaward. The active lighthouse still stands after more than a half century since its construction.The lighthouse is in good shape, but the walkway out to Lighthouse Island (aka Gregory Point) is condemned for public use; only Coast Guard personnel may use it.
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Cape Blanco Lighthouse

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Oregon's oldest continuously working lighthouse and its southern-most major beacon. Radiating from a lofty headland, the brilliant white light shines from the highest point (245 feet above sea level) of any navigational aid in the Beaver State. Cape Blanco is north-west of the small, quiet seaside town of Port Orford on the southern Oregon coast. The class 2 eight segments bullseye revolving lens, that replaced the original lenses in 1934, has undergone extensive refurbishing.
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Cape Disappointment

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The Cape Disappointment Lighthouse is the oldest in Washington. Still operating, it has guided ships along the coast and across the Columbia River bar since 1856. Cape Disappointment State Park (formerly Fort Canby State Park) is a 1,882-acre camping park on the Long Beach Peninsula, fronted by the Pacific Ocean. The park offers two miles of ocean beach, two lighthouses, an interpretive center and hiking trails.
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Cape Hatteras

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The southern coast, especially from Cape Hatteras southward, had a navigational problem peculiar to it: namely, the Gulf Stream. Coming out of the Caribbean, the stream rounds the end of Florida and courses northward to the vicinity of Cape Hatteras in North Carolina. The sound of ocean waves, the starry night sky, or the calm of the salt marshes, you can experience it all. Shaped by the forces of water, wind, and storms these islands are ever changing. The plants, wildlife, and people who live here adapt continually. Whether you are walking on the beach, kayaking on the sound, or climbing the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse there is something for everyone to explore!
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Cape Meares OR

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Cape Meares Lighthouse was built in 1890 on the outer edge of a high, bold headland just south of Tillamook Bay. The Cape was named after Captain John Meares who first charted it in 1788 and was deemed as ideal site for a lighthouse. Easily seen from the sea, the outer point is below the fog line making the light visable during conditions when it's most needed.
$4.95

Cape Neddick, ME

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The Cape Neddick (Nubble) lighthouse and grounds are among the most appealing and photographed in the world with an estimated 250,00 visitors annually. Historically, this lighthouse has been important in keeping vessels away from the rocky stretch of coast between Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to the south and Portland, Maine, to the north.
$3.50

Captain Cook's Cottage

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Although this is a replica, Captain Cook's Birthplace cottage, in 1810, was a low cottage of two rooms, one within the other. At the site now, is the Captain Cook Museum at Martin, North Yorkshire, England
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Captain's House

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The sea mist rolls in across the town in the early morning hours like a soft gentle tsunami in slow motion. The residents are beginning to stir and awake to begin a new day. At the end of the road closest to the dock sits the old Captains House. In the middle of the roof and accessible from the attic, is the 'Widows' Walk where the captain's wife keeps a vigil for her returning husband. This little gem lives on Nantucket, MA, overlooking the beautiful harbor.
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Cart Shed and Cart

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Pretty basic, actually. This little building is one that nobody really notices but will miss if it's not there. Locate it over on the edge of your layout under a couple of old crusty trees. Cut and fold the doors open to get a little ventilation and let the chickens and pigs out.
$14.95

Clockmakers Cozy

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Design 2 in the Story Book House Collection. In three scales and three versions.. Includes an easy to build and FREE Spruce Tree models for landscaping.. Included are several pieces of furniture. Print to your preferred scale and as many as you need. NOW you're invited to sell MADE-UP Story Book Houses at craft shows, Holiday Faires, etc at no fee to FG. (model shown is 14 inches tall)
$3.00

Co-Op Store

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Every mining town had a co-op. The one stop shop where you could buy just about anything. This actual building lives at Beamish Open Air Museum.
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Coaching Inn

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This is one of our very best buildings model. It comes in two pieces and has a little tunnel that goes through the Inn and into the rear parking area.
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Coal Mine

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This lives at Beamish Open Air Museum, County Durham, England.
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Cob Thatched Cottage

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Although this little cottage actually exists along the road in Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire, it's so typical of the main building first and then later, an add-on to either side.
$7.95

Connected Farm

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You really don't want to have to tend to the farm on a cold, snowy winters day but look! the innovative New England farmer has figured it out.. The Connected Farm. In the typical arrangement, house and barn are joined through a series of support structures to form a continuous building complex. The entire connected farm buildings comes with a downloadable layout layout. Comes in Z, N, and HO scales as are all FG models. FREE.
$4.95

Coquille River OR

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Coquille River Lighthouse, built in 1896, once had a beam that could be seen as far as out to sea. The lighthouse was abandoned by the Coast Guard as an aid to navigation in 1939.
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Corwall Tin Mine cardmodel (Coming Soon)

These picturesque ruins of Cornwall Tin Mines inspired a Fiddlers Green model added to the English Industrial collection
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Country-Cottage

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This is a tiny two room Country Cottage made from local field stone and is found mostly in the north of England and Ireland.
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Country-House

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North of England village comfortable stone house- part of the English Buildings Collection
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Covered Bridge

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Every school project or model railroad layout needs a river and THAT river is best crossed by this lovely little Covered Bridge. Inspired by the one on display (and in use!) at the Old Sturbridge Village Museum in Sturbridge Ma. Easy to build and with interior details as well.
$3.00

Covered Wagon

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The idea model for a school project. Download it and then use the pattern to make a larger model. Easy to color. Delightful when mounted on driftwood nestled in dried flowers.
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Crofter's Cottage

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This (easily built!) Crofter's Cottage can be visited at the Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton-le-Hole, Yorkshire, North England.
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Cruck House

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The majority of the houses built in the Middle Ages and Tudor times, were these primitive 'cruck' type timber houses.
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Destruction-Island WA

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During the eighteenth century an Indian war party killed several seamen who had gone ashore here to fill casks with fresh water. Afterward, this wilderness landfall would always be known as Destruction Island, and the name proved an apt one. Over the years the boulder-strewn island, often hidden under heavy blankets of fog, was to exact a heavy toll in ships and lives.
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Distillery

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From the Iron Bridge Blists Open Air Museum Collection. One of our nicer models that fits in perfectly with model RR setups. Looks like one of a zillion warehouses you see along the tracks even today.
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Doc Drummond

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Doc Drummond was a friend of the Lone Ranger and Tonto. He had an office in town where he stitched up a few holes in his pals (when he was sober)
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Dock Sections

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For your New England Village harbor. Works great with model railroad layouts. Comes in 3 scales. Buy just once and you can join several docks to make a fishing wharf. Use little weathered sticks as the pilings. Coat them with whitewash or a thin layer of flour paste. Better still, why not make the entire dock out of stained balsa??
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Doll House

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This is a real fun and challenging model! A tiny dolls house meant to be in a dolls house!
$4.95

East Chop, MA

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In 1869 Captain Silas Daggett erected a lighthouse at East Chop, the eastern point of Vineyard Haven Harbor, and operated it privately for seven years. Donations from local merchants paid for upkeep of the light. This structure burned in 1871 but Daggett rebuilt it as a light atop a house. The government purchased the land and lighthouse in 1878 and built a new keeper's house and present cast-iron structure.
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Elizabethan Gate House

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The gatehouse timbers are arranged in different ways on the ground, first floor and gables. The decoration on all sides is delightful and the carvings religious in suggestion over the entrance arc figures of Adam and Eve, the serpent and the forbidden fruit.
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Emerson House

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Essayist, philosopher, and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson lived here from 1835 until his death in 1882. Emerson was a strong influence in drawing other writers to Concord MA as well as a long succession of visitors to his doorstep. This quite accurate model is an important part of the New England Collection and comes in three scales along with appropriate layouts.
$3.95

Empire State Building

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The Empire State Building was started in 1930 and finished in 1931 by the Starret Brothers and Eken Contracting firm known for their reputation of building quickly. They got their supplies from all over the world. Steel from Pittsburgh, limestone and granite from Indiana, and marble from England. The total cost of the Empire State Building was about 41 million dollars.
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Engine House

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Another building from the Beamish Open Air Museum in Cumbria. In fact, this is the building that houses the engine that drives the headstock on the coal mine building.
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Engine Shed

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Engine Shed. Motive power depot, usually abbreviated to MPD, is a name given to places where locomotives are stored when not being used, and also repaired and maintained. They were originally known as "running sheds", "engine sheds", or, for short, just sheds.
$2.50

Engine Shed #1

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Engine Shed #1. Motive power depot, usually abbreviated to MPD, is a name given to places where locomotives are stored when not being used, and also repaired and maintained. They were originally known as "running sheds", "engine sheds", or, for short, just sheds.
$2.50

Engine Shed #2

Engine Shed #2. Motive power depot, usually abbreviated to MPD, is a name given to places where locomotives are stored when not being used, and also repaired and maintained. They were originally known as "running sheds", "engine sheds", or, for short, just sheds.
$3.00

English Railroad Station

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This fine Victorian Railroad Station lives in England at the popular Beamish Open Air Museum. It's included in the extensive English Buildings Collection from Fiddlersgreen Downloadables
$4.95

fantasy-castle

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The Fiddlersgreen Fantasy Castle has been created in elements that you can assemble any way you wish. Make it BIG or make it small. Create your own unique masterpiece. It can be a Story Book Castle fitting in perfectly as the centerpiece of the entire FG Story Book Collection. (model shown is 14 inches high but can be ANY height!)
$2.50

Fire House

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This little "Liberty Engine Company" proudly resides up in wild and wooly Virginia City, Nv and is open as a little museum.
$2.95

Fish and Chips

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This model is like so many 'over there' but isn't modelled after any one special chip shop. We figured out early on how to get the nice 'swayback' roof effect on our models.
$4.95

Fishing Shack with Boats

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This delightful fishing shack lives at the Mystic Seaport Museum and is quite accurate in detail. TWO little fishing boats and even a few gulls pooping on the roof and a few lobster traps are included.. Three scales plus layouts.. This weathered shack with its sloping roof is perfect just about anywhere in a model railroad layout.
$3.95

Flower Shop

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This was drawn by a helper in 1987 named Bill who had a special knack of doing fantastic house models. He couldn't leave his government job, however, to work for artist's wages and what a loss it was for Fiddlers Green and the art world.
$3.50

Foredown Tower

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Built in 1909 as a water tower it is now converted into a tourist center in Portslade, East Sussex, England. As you can see it looks quite well as a brick and slate industrial building.
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Freight Wagon

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Mules, horses and oxen pulled freight wagons by the thousands as new and even more exciting western gold rush towns were established.
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Funeral Parlor

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Every Boomtown had at least one funeral parlor catering to the lifestyle of the times.. This one has a little porch and a cutout horse drawn hearst
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Gable House

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The crow-steps or Corbie steps are as functional as they are pretty keeping the rain and weather out where the roof meets the wall. This style of gabling became popular throughout Europe during the renaissance.
$3.95

General Store-New England

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Once upon a time,, every little town had a General Store sitting in the middle of everything. With the addition of a new sign your general store model can become a Hardware, Barber, Antique Store, or even a boarded up abandoned building. Kinda a sign of the times. Another sign of the times is the moving of the Post Office into the General Store.
$3.00

General-Store-Western

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Out west, the general store carried everything imaginable to best serve the local folks not to mention maximize revenue. This store lived in Pollock Pines, California and still stands as a multi-family dwelling.
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Ghost Town Church

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This is St Saviour's Church, built in 1869 and is still standing to this day in a little gold rush town called Barkerville, B.C.
$2.50

Gold Mine

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This is an enclosed mine shaft headstock typical of the ones you would find in the cold northern climate.
$3.00

Goods Shed

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With office space in the loft, and lots of storage on the ground level, this is the perfect model for your Industrial Rail Road Layout.
$3.00

Gothic Church

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In the heart of the English Cotswolds, in an enchanted village named Snowshill, lives this little church and this is a very good copy of it indeed.
$4.95

Grays Harbor, WA

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This 107-foot-tall octagonal masonry tower was established in 1898 as a harbor light for the busy fishing town of Westport and a coastal light to assist ships along a dark stretch of shore between Willapa Bay and Destruction Island right to the north. This lighthouse is quite low in elevation and there is some concern about rising oceans in the not-so-far future
$2.50

Grist Mill

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This is the easiest model in the entire Fiddlers Green range. We made it up to appeal to the little ladies out here in hopes it would get them interested in building a village (note the soft pink color).
$2.50

Half Timber House

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Probably the most charming thing about England (my Brit friends will laugh), are the wonderful flower gardens and these half timber houses. They are as old as dirt and keep on living century after century. Maybe the fact that you British people spend so much effort, money, and love on them has something to do with their longevity.
$4.95

Hanger-Private-Strip

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This single plane hanger is part of the New England Collection. Includes an interior and includes several tiny airplane models: Aeronca Champ, Citabria, Ercoupe, Piper Cub and Tripacer. Even a grass strip. Works especially well in the Fiddlersgreen New England Village Layout
$3.00

Haunted House

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Who sez everything has to be serious in the paper model business? This is one of the FG models that was made just for fun and sells very well indeed especially, of course, around Halloween.The design was inspired by the tower in the movie 'Psycho'.
$4.95

Heceta Head, OR

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The bold promontory known as Heceta Head carries the name of Portuguese explorer Don Bruno de Heceta, who sailed the Pacific Northwest coast in 1775 to claim new territory for Spain. Ultimately, though, it would be the United States who took possession of much of the vast territory. By the 1850s, the federal government had begun to establish a series of welcoming beacons along its shores to light the way for seafaring mariners.
$4.95

Henry-David-Thoreau-Cabin-on-Walden-Pond

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A fully furnished model of the Henry Thoreau Cabin at Walden Pond, Ma. The model includes the woodshed and even has a layout with a little slice of Walden Pond. Plus lots of information about the construction of Thoreau's cabin.
$4.95

Henry-Ford-Birthplace

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Killing two birds with one stone, we've included the Henry Ford Birthplace as the main house of a connected farm which includes a few other buildings.. We traveled to Greenfield Village Museum in Michigan, got some great photos and designed this charming little model to fit in with the FG New England Village layout.. There are several other 'connected' building bonus models included in the kit for added fun.
$2.50

Hideaway

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You probably know about the David Winter range of hot selling hand painted houses. His success, in no small way, influenced our decision to go into these 'hot selling' paper houses.
$3.00

Homestead

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Built in 1852, this was the home of General Vallejo who played an important part in California's early history.
$2.50

Honey Pot Cottage

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This little gem had been with us for quite a while and never really sold well until we named it "Honey Pot". Truth be known, it's really a cottage that lives on the magical Isle of Wight.
$3.00

Hotel

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This Hotel once lived in the mountain gold rush town of Bodie, California.
$20.00

Hunters-Haven

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Exciting and fun loving Medieval Hunters Lodge with many modern features.. Our well equipted Medieval hunters even fly in and out in a Medieval DaVinci helicopter (and landing pad) included) !! Sizes from large Dolls hous (1:18) size to model railroad 'HO' scale. Biggest and grandest Story Book House in the collection yet takes just a fun weekend to build. Can't see how we can top this one !!
$4.95

Ice House

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The small farm buildings used to store ice through the summer can usually be recognized by their thick insulated walls and few windows. Early examples have low ventilators on the roof. This Ice house is a larger commercial one that used to live at Trumbull Connecticut till about 1954 called the Ed Katz Ice House.
$3.00

Indian Village

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Easy to roll up and glue together, and you get 6 teepees. You can add your own designs with a magic marker. Nice to set up on the edge of a western Railway layout or looks great mounted on driftwood as half the village is shown.
$3.00

Irish Round Tower

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Irish round towers are early medieval stone towers of a type found mainly in Ireland, with two in Scotland and one on the Isle of Man. Though there is no certain agreement as to their purpose, it is thought they were principally bell towers, places of refuge, or a combination of these. Generally found in the vicinity of a church or monastery, the door of the tower faces the west doorway of the church. In this way it has been possible to determine without excavation the approximate site of lost churches, where the tower still exists.
$3.00

Iron Age Village

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This is a great model for a school project. Use the Fiddlers Green models as patterns to do larger huts. Photocopy, color and build any number of them.
$3.00

Jakes Saloon

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Every wild west town needs a saloon. In fact, they need about 50!
$2.50

Jetty House

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This is a model (taken loosely) of the Harvard House in Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, England, and yes, the name Harvard is the same "Harvard " that came to America and eventually founded the University.
$3.00

Kipper Factory

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Absolutely fabricated from thin air, this particular Kipper Works Building never existed. I don't know if there was even EVER a 'Kipper 'Works" anywhere.
$5.95

Lobster Cannery

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Until the early 1800s, lobstering was done by gathering them by hand along the shoreline. Lobstering as a trap fishery came into existence in Maine around 1850. Today Maine is the largest lobster-producing state in the nation. Though the number of lobstermen has increased dramatically, the amount of lobsters caught has remained relatively steady. These little shacks actually live in the picturesque harbor at Lubec, Maine.
$2.50

Lockeepers House

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After walking for a couple hours over some pretty rough paths along the Oxfordshire canal one Sunday afternoon, I noticed a real serious storm moving in from the west.About then a lockeepers cottage became visible through the trees a little distance up the canal and I knew I was safe because there would be a lock and there you can easily cross the canal.
$12.00

Lone Ranger Set-1

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The Lone Ranger and Tonto loved this town and you will too! This HO scale set consists of nine buildings based on the first three cereal boxes offered on the back of Cheerios in the 1940's and after you've seen the Lone Ranger movie, you'll want to build them all.
$3.00

Long House & Barn

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This is a great little model to use (obviously), for a farm layout. It splits into two buldings: a farm house and a barn. Great graphics all around the model and a fabulous drawing of the barn thanks to Jane Anderson, artist and dear friend.
$2.50

Magpie House

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Throughout the UK you'll see these delightful black and white cottages painted in the colors of the magpie.
$3.00

Manor House

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Usually of Tudor or Jacabean design with beautiful gardens and sometimes even a moat. The law was in the hands of the Lord of the Manor and his duty was to guide and protect the tenants
$4.95

Mark Twain Study

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In 1952 the Mark Twain Study was moved from Quarry Farm to the Elmira College campus. The Study is staffed by trained student guides daily throughout the summer and by appointment in the off-season.
$3.00

Mary Arden House

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Mary , as you may already know, was Shakespeare's mother. She lived in this house until marrying John Shakespeare in 1557.
$3.00

Medicine Wagon

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This wagon was used by itinerant salesmen of Patent Medicines, whose products often claimed to cure anything from snake bites to headaches but were, oddly enough, equally effective as furniture polish.
$3.95

Meeting House

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The Meetinghouse and its skyward pointing steeple, usually painted a brilliant white, was the universally recognized symbol of the New England town in the early 19th century.
$3.95

Merchants House

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George Washington, in 1789, was sworn in as the first President of the United States at Federal Hall on Wall Street in lower Manhattan. This is a model of a building that stood nearby this historic event.
$3.00

Methodist Church

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This model is more industrial looking than our general concept of how a chapel should look and has earned a place in the Fiddlers Green Industrial buildings collection as well. It actually exists at the Black Country Museum, West Midlands, England.
$2.95

Miner's Cabin

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Nestled on the hill overlooking Coloma California, is James Marshall's cabin shown above.
$3.00

Mission Church

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We've done quite a few churches in the Fiddlers Green series. This one, is definitely a conversation piece and deserving of a location in your model layout. this one lives at Blists Hill Open Air Museum, Telford, Shropshire, England.
$5.50

Montauk-Point, NY

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Montauk is situated at the very end of Long Island, which juts straight out into the Atlantic Ocean for 175 miles. The Lighthouse was authorized by the Second Congress, under President George Washington in 1792. Construction began on June 7, 1796 and was completed on November 5, 1796. This 100 foot tower has been part of Long Island's land and seascape for over 200 years and still serves as an active aid to navigation.
$6.95

Motif #1 Fishing Shack

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Battered and broken by the great winter storm of 1978, Motif No.1 collapsed, and in an eye blink, was swept out of Rockport harbor. Within the year, a duplicate had been built and repainted to look as good as new. The merited debate over rebuilding the motif has subsided through the 20 some years.
$2.50

Mud Cottage

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These houses are actually made out of mud. Water is mixed with dirt and most often a binder of horse hair or straw and then molded in wooden frames then left out to dry. You can be sure that the roof overhang is kept in good repair because that's all that protects the building!
$4.95

Mukilteo, WA

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Centuries ago, Indian tribes often gathered at the place we now call Mukilteo, a Native American word meaning "good spot for camping." Early in this century, the Lighthouse Service decided that Mukilteo was also a good location for a navigational light to guide vessels headed for Everett.
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Nathaniel-Hawthorn-Birthplace

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Hawthorne lived in this house for only a few years. His mother sold the house in 1809 and moved to another located in Salem MA. She became overly protective of her son, the result being the young Nathaniel became shy and bookish. After many years of writing, Hawthorne wrote The Scarlet Letter in 1850. This soft & colorful little model fits into your New England Village very well indeed. Includes layout and stone walls in three scales.
$4.95

New Dungeness, WA

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From Port Angeles the coast trends east for 13 miles to the end of Dungeness Spit which encloses picturesque Dungeness Bay. The bay offers shelter in the west winds but is open to the east, a dangerous place in winter gales.
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New London

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One of the last lighthouses built in New England, the brick and granite structure is unusual for an offshore location. It's said local residents wanted the building to blend in with their stately shorefront homes and create a pleasing visual presentation.
$2.50

News Agt -Chemist

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This is really two shops, as you can see from the photo, and included with the model, is a market cross which was awarded to towns that were large and wealthy enough to qualify as market towns. The steps round the cross was used to display goods. Look for them in town squares.
$2.50

Norman Castle

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The Normans were the people who gave their name to Normandy, a region in northern France. They descended from Viking conquerors of the territory and the native population of mostly Frankish and Gallo-Roman stock. Their identity emerged initially in the first half of the tenth century, and gradually evolved over succeeding centuries until they disappeared as an ethnic group in the early thirteenth century. The name "Normans" derives from "Northmen" or "Norsemen", after the Vikings from Scandinavia who founded Normandy.
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North Head, WA

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Ships approaching the treacherous mouth of the Columbia River were not able to see the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse in time to stay clear of the rocky coast and currents. After many costly wreaks, the Lighthouse Service, in 1898, built a 65-foot tall conical tower facing the ocean north of the cape.
$3.00

Oast House

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Where ever hops grow, you'll find these Oast Houses with large drying ovens and little wind directed sails at the top venting out the heat. Lately, though, many have been converted into houses so there's another reason to consider an Oast House for your model layout.
$2.50

Old New Inn

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Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, England, this beautiful old building would be perfect as a school or office building, large dwelling or even a Manor House.
$4.95

Old Point Loma, CA

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Point Loma Light House was one of the original 8 west coast lighthouses, built in 1855 in the Cape Cod style that was used for all of them. The forty foot tower rises from the center of the keeper's house, fitted with a third-order fresnel lens.
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Oyster Shack

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This delightful little bayside Oyster Shack actually lives at Mystic Open Air Seaport , Mystic Ct. It comes in three scales and with a pier-type layout for each scale. Great for school projects or model raillroaders
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Pharos Lighthouse

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Pharos Lighthouse, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World the only one had a practical use in addition to its architectural elegance: The Lighthouse of Alexandria. For sailors, it ensured a safe return to the Great Harbor. For architects, it meant even more: it was the tallest building on Earth. For scientists, it was the mysterious mirror that fascinated them most. The mirror which reflection could be seen more than 35 miles off-shore.
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Plymouth, MA

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Plymouth Lighthouse, Plymouth Mass, or Gurnet Point, lighthouse, situated on the north side of the entrance to Plymouth Bay, easily survived the Revolution and apparently performed its job throughout that conflict, despite having been near the scene of a battle between a nearby fort and a British frigate and having been struck by a stray cannon ball. The state repaired the war damage in 1783, and in 1790 turned the light station over to the central government.
$4.50

Point Cabrillo, CA

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Created by Californian Dr Jim Cookson, this is another model for his California Lighthouse Collection he has been putting together over the years.
$4.95

Point No Point, WA

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Point No Point Lighthouse, was completed in 1880. It stands on the west side, near where Admiralty Inlet ends and the sound begins. The point's name was given by Lieutenant Charles Wilkes of the Wilkes Expedition in 1841.
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Point Wilson, WA

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Persistent fogginess and frequent tide rips across the broad sweep of shoals surrounding Point Wilson make it wise for mariners to give this area a wide berth. The broad sandy spit separates the Strait of Juan de Fuca from the entrance to Admiralty Inlet and is a pivotal spot for vessels passing from one to the other. This is where the lighthouse was positioned in 1879.
$6.95

Portland Head, ME

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Portland Head Light is probably the best known and most photographed light station on the Coast of Maine, and its appeal never diminishes.
$3.00

Post-Office-England

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Post Offices in England basically are the local 'everything' shop.. selling papers, sweets,and even groceries. This little post office lives in the heart of the Cotswolds, England.
$3.50

Post-Office-New-England

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This Post-Office and General Store is on exhibit at the Henry Ford Greenfield Open Air Museum. Back to the future and we'll soon (2011) be seeing many Post Offices closing down and moving back into the the local store.
$3.00

Printing Shop

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Part of the Blists Hill Open Air Museum, Iron Bridge Gorge Museum, this print shop is great for any Industrial Model Rail Road Layout.
$7.95

Prison

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This model was commissioned by (guess??) The Northleach Prison Museum back in 1986 and Fiddlers Green Ltd, in turn, commissioned two very special artist friends, Brian White and Jane Anderson, to help with the artwork.
$3.95

Privy

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This is a complete re-design. Easy to put together. Reduce to any size and add a few to your model railroad layout. Two new models were added 10/11, a Vermont Privy, and a very crooked Outhouse. Earlier version is now obsolete but still included in folder. Can't have too many privies!!
$1.50

railroad-station-western

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A little Train Station with turn of the century lines that fits in nicely with your Fiddlersgreen Frontier Town layout
$2.50

Red Lion Inn

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Red Lion Inn, not taken from any definite building but was included as another fun and easy to make building with a little flair around the top.
$2.50

Robert Burns Cottage

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This unique little model is of the birthplace of Scotland's National Bard and one of the world's best loved poets. Look how this wonderful model curves around the front of the house. The actual building is now a museum.
$14.95

Roberts-Roost

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First in a serious collection of Story Book Houses. Available in large sized Garden or Dolls House scale (1:18) all the way down to model railroad HO scale (1:87). Reduce and build to N or Z scales if your eyes are sharp enough :) 'Roberts Roost' is designed to compliment the centerpiece model 'Fantasy Castle'. There are plans for many other buildings to make up the village around the castle. It comes in in such a wide range of scales that the possibilities are endless. (model shown is just 5 inches)
$2.50

Rosa Maes

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Your Wild West Town is certainly not complete without one of these! This model was created from an old photo of Rosa Mae's located in the red light section of the Ghost town (now State Park) of Bodie, Ca. Photo was from a reference book.
$4.95

Round New England Barn

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Round Barns, a unique architectural oddity of the 1900s, are NOW at the cutting edge of green architecture. There are still over 100 in existence.. As usual this one comes in three sizes- (approx) HO, N, & Z scales with the roof removable giving access to the interior making way for some serious farming play.
$3.95

Salt Box House

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Known as the "Parsonage" in Old Sturbridge Village, MA, where it is now located, this house originally stood in the village of Podunk.
$4.95

Santa Cruz, CA

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This impressive brick edifice at the entrance to the popular seaside-resort town of Santa Cruz harbor serves as both a harbor marker and memorial to earlier lighthouses and their keepers.
$3.00

SCHOOL-HOUSE

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This little model has three additions and a bike shed at the very end. This model was made as an example of many schools and not of any one in particular.
$2.50

Service Station

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This one's shown in N scale and I think it works pretty well. It's more or less NOT one of your modern style stations. How long has it been since anyone called them 'Service Stations"?
$3.00

Shakespeare's B'place

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The house itself is relatively simple, but for the late 16th century it would have been considered quite a substantial dwelling. John Shakespeare, William's father, was a glove maker and wool dealer, and the house was originally divided in two parts to allow him to carry out his business from the same premises.
$2.50

Shelter Shed

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A great building for your farm set up or along the edge of a field with some cows stuffed into it. With just a little effort, you could replace the printed frame work with actual square toothpicks(or even little bits of twigs).
$2.50

Shepherd's Cottage

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The photo of this building somehow came out a little narrower than the building really is. The little cart shed is included with the model.... also a flock of sheep (not shown in photo).
$2.50

Sheriff's Office

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Old West Sheriff's Office
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Slate and Stone House

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For hundreds of years buildings have been constructed out of local slate and stone. This eighteenth century farm house lives in Cumbria, Northern England.
$3.95

Slaughter House

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The Slaughter House, also called an abattoir (from the French verb abattre, "to strike down"), or freezing works (New Zealand English), is a facility where animals are killed and processed into meat foods
$3.00

Smock Wind Mill

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The smock mill is a type of windmill that consists of a sloping, horizontally weatherboarded tower, usually with six or eight sides.
$4.50

Split Rock Lighthouse

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Northern Minnesota is famous for its many beautiful places, such as the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, Voyageurs National Park, the Lake of the Woods country, and the rugged Lake Superior coastline.
$3.00

Stage Coach

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This is a Wells Fargo Stage used all over the west. The "Concord Stage" was manufactured by Yankee Craftsmen in Concord New Hampshire.
$4.95

Stonington, CT

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The Stonington lighthouse was once the beacon for the many vessels approaching Stonington's harbor from Long Island Sound. The original 30-foot stone tower, which was built on the Point in 1823, supported a lantern containing ten oil lamps and parabolic reflectors. Its beacon was visible 12 miles at sea. During the next few years, however, storms and shore erosion took their toll on the exposed site. In 1840 the structure was dismantled and the the outer end of a new west breakwater protecting the harbor entrance.
$4.95

Straitsmouth, MA

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This 1835 lighthouse can be seen in the distance from the breakwater at the end of Bearskin Neck in Rockport or from some of the excursion cruises in the area.
$4.95

Sugar Barn

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Sugarhouses were not built until the 1800's; prior to that time sap for maple sugar was boiled down in large iron kettles set in the open. The samekettles were used later in the season for boiling down apples for apple butter.
$2.95

Sun Inn

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This is another model that's on exhibit at the Beamish Open Air Museum. Actually, it was one of a few buildings that were along the street. Good for a filler in your layout village.
$2.95

Terraced Houses

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Ravensworth Terrace was transplanted brick by brick from its original location at Bensham, Gateshead, to the Beamish North Of England Open Air Museum at Beamish, County Durham.
$2.50

Thatched Cottage

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This is yet another model that seems to have shrunk a bit in width in the photo. A very cute model and includes an out door privy in matching architectural decor.
$5.95

Tillamook Rock, OR

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Twenty miles south of the entrance to the Columbia River, Tillamook Head towers above the often restless waters of the wide Pacific. Generations of approaching mariners have guided on its lofty profile to reach a safe haven. In 1878, Congress decided to erect a lighted beacon atop the 1,000-foot promontory-to give it round-the-clock visibility.
$3.00

Toll House

English Toll House - Please be sure to obtain the proper paperwork before building or erecting a toll house within the city limits.
$11.95

Tower-Refuge

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The Tower Refuge is the third model of our new Story book Series. There's the largest size (1:18 Dolls House) to the smallest-model railroad HO scale. Every Fiddlersgreen Story Book House includes cut-out furniture as well as full interiors like wallpaper and rugs.. The base is usually a garden with fun little snails and the odd candy wrapper. Easy to build for kids age 6 and up especially with a parent joining in with the fun. As ALL Fiddlersgreen models, sold as downloadable only. (model shown is 25 inches high)
$4.95

Umpqua River, OR

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Still active, is one of the few lights along the Pacific Coast that emits both red and white flashes. Built in 1894 in Winchester Bay, the 65-foot stucco-covered masonry tower stands 165 feet above sea level and can be seen up to 19 miles out to sea
$3.95

Village Boot-Shop

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In the 1830s, Boot and Shoe making was an expanding industry and a young man's trade. The vast majority of shoemakers were under the age of 30 and earned 25 cents for completing the production of a pair of shoes. The manufacturing system for making large quantities of shoes developed in eastern Massachusetts in the late 18th century and then was adopted in many parts of the New England countryside.
$2.50

Village Pub

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This whimsical and wonky pub comes with a neat sign that you glue to a toothpick. (Sorry the sign didn't get in the picture) The name of the pub is the "Railway Tavern" and even comes with a little sidewalk sign saying 'under new management'.
$6.95

Village-Church

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A card model of a quant little Village Church that is living out it's last days in the middle of an Iowaian wheat field. It has seen better days. The buildings are just sitting on the ground. Even the village has disappeared !! As long as there's an internet, this Fiddlersgreen model is a loving permanent reminder of what it was.
$4.95

Water Mill

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Typical New England Water Mill with an overshoot wheel that actually works. This particular mill was modeled from the one on exhibit at Old Sturbridge Village, Old Sturbridge, MA
$3.00

Water Mill-English

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If you have a river or stream running through your layout, this little model would be worth considering. It enjoys old age these days as a delightful working museum at the Welsh Open Air Museum, St.Fagin's Cardiff, Wales.
$2.50

Weather Board House

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The earliest adaptation of English building practices to American conditions made by the East Anglian settlers in New England was the use of clapboard or weatherboard as a cladding to their timber-framed buildings. This little house is an example of what is called Weatherboarding in England
$3.00

Wells Fargo Building

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Henry Wells and William Fargo opened the first office of Wells Fargo & Company in San Francisco in 1852. Within three years the firm quickly became the dominant express firm in the entire old west.
$4.50

West Point, WA

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West Point Lighthouse, at the north entrance to Elliott Bay celebrated its 100th anniversary November 1981. The trim, little structure has endeared itself to Seattleites for many years.
$4.95

West Quoddy Lighthouse

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The distinctive daymark pattern of West Quoddy Head Lighthouse has made it one of the county's best-known lighthouses. Situated at the easternmost point of the continental United States, this famous light helps steer vessels through the Bay of Fundy. The first light of day for the entire USA is seen from the top of this lighthouse.
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Windmill-Nantucket

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There is but one windmill left on Nantucket Island and it is the oldest of its kind still operating within the US. This mill has been completely restored and can be visited during the Summer.
$2.50

Witches Hovel

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This little structure lives at the Rydale Folk Museum and, jokingly, the inhabitant (whether real of imagined), is sometimes referred to as the Seventh trustee of the museum.
$3.00

Workers Cottages

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This long row of stone houses also comes with a couple out buildings.They actually exist at the Beamish North of England Outdoor Museum in County Durham.
$7.50

World Trade Center buildings

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The World Trade Center (WTC) was a complex in Lower Manhattan in New York City whose seven buildings were destroyed in 2001 in the September 11 terrorist attacks. The site is currently being rebuilt with six new skyscrapers and a memorial to the casualties of the attacks.
$4.95

Wright's Tavern

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April 19, 1775 dawned clear and cold. On the road from Boston to Lexington a British force, numbering between 700 and 800, marched on its way to Concord to "seize and destroy all the Artillery and Ammunition, Provision, Tents, and all other military stores you can find." They had been marching most of the night unobserved, they hoped.
$4.95

Yaquina Bay, OR

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Built of wood instead of stone, like most of the other lighthouses along the Pacific Coast, the white-frame Yaquina Bay Lighthouse in Newport, Oregon, has stood the test of time. Recently restored in 1996, it remains active and in excellent condition almost one and a quarter centuries after it was first commissioned back in 1871.
$4.95

Yaquina Head, OR

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Yaquina Head Lighthouse, one of the most beautiful lighthouses in America, is a classic seacoast, 'tower' illuminated in 1873, its first-order Fresnel lens still shines. The 93-foot white, conical tower is the tallest on the Oregon coast and stands proudly 162 feet above sea level in Newport, Oregon.
$2.50

Yeomans Cottage

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Another neat little cottage that lives at the Rydale Folk Museum and perfect for a country style layout. You could use it as a barn located along the side of a farm.

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