SP 1110, 1111 & 1125, EMD SW8; Engine House, On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; April 1979

SP 1110, 1111 & 1125, EMD SW8; Engine House, On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; April 1979
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Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: SP 1110, 1111 & 1125, EMD SW8; Engine House, On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; April 1979
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_02998
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

SP 1111 & 1125, EMD SW8; Engine House, On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; April 1979

SP 1111 & 1125, EMD SW8; Engine House, On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; April 1979
model railroads
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: SP 1111 & 1125, EMD SW8; Engine House, On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; April 1979
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_02997
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

What can I do to keep entertained around the house?

Question by Alex S: What can I do to keep entertained around the house?
Example: You can do crafts such as… And specify your idea.

Best answer:

Answer by luvmycrafties
it sounds like your in your house alot, start redecorating. a new paint color, sew up some new curtains change your cabinet hardware in the kitchen…if you are there for long periods of time you might as well make your space the way you want it…

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how to make a house model like the one architects use to show there clients?

Question by hewittgurl24: how to make a house model like the one architects use to show there clients?
where do you get the supplies to make it like the little windows and doors.

Best answer:

Answer by mike1942f
Most models are built of foam board which is white paper on two sides. It takes drawings, painting, or pasted on images. Depending on the thickness of the walls in scale, poster or tag board which is thin smooth cardboard, may be used. Doors are normally non-working and windows are drawn or occasionally cut out to represent glass. Narrow strips of balsa wood can be glued on for frames.
If you are talking more detail than a large building in a small space, then by selecting the right scale, you can use siding and architectural pieces from model railroading or doll houses.

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Pump house, wellhead, water and oil tanks alongside the track; On SD&AE; Dos Cabezas, San Diego County, CA; December 1977

Pump house, wellhead, water and oil tanks alongside the track; On SD&AE; Dos Cabezas, San Diego County, CA; December 1977
model railroads
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: Pump house, wellhead, water and oil tanks alongside the track; On SD&AE; Dos Cabezas, San Diego County, CA; December 1977
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_03010
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

Pump house, wellhead, water and oil tanks alongside the track; On SD&AE; Dos Cabezas, San Diego County, CA; December 1977

Pump house, wellhead, water and oil tanks alongside the track; On SD&AE; Dos Cabezas, San Diego County, CA; December 1977
model railroads
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: Pump house, wellhead, water and oil tanks alongside the track; On SD&AE; Dos Cabezas, San Diego County, CA; December 1977
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_03013
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library