In small towns across America, there are houses and buildings that have been standing for more than a century, some for as long as 300 years. Now you can replicate these architectural treasures in miniature and create your own historic village. With the patterns and easy-to-follow instructions provided in this enchanting book, you can make these buildings and more: A Victorian railroad station; A Mansard House; A Tudor manor house; A one-room schoolhouse; A general store; A log tavern; An Italianate mansion; A Federal-style town hall; A Victorian church; A Georgian house; A Pennsylvania German bank barn; and Outhouses.If a hill was not available, a ramp would be built to the second-floor doors on the back of the barn. The third ... MAKING THE MINIATURE Although modeled after the barn in Berks County, the miniature has certain different features. ... And the original has windows over two of the winnowing doors, but the miniature doesna#39;t.
|Title||:||Creating Wooden Villages|
|Author||:||Evan J. Kern|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 1997|