Independence Hall: I am attaching some pictures of my attempt to make a model of Independence Hall. It took a lot of time & thought to put this together but your wonderful brick paper & the import feature included in model builder made this possible. I started using matte board reinforced with 1/4 inch balsa wood. I put it together in sections and imported the windows from a web site. I imported the entrance to the building from web pictures of the hall and sized them to fit the building. I cant say enough good things about your model builder. It is fantastic. See of this building.
Interlocking Tower, other buildings are not from Model Builder
"I should have a series of wmf files suitable for import into Model Builder within the next few months. I want to introduce several all at once in that format. Here is a new project that I have done recently by importing a wmf file into MB. Its a machine shop belonging to the East Broad Top Railroad in Pennsylvania, and should be on our website in July. The roof is one of your rusted metal patterns, and it is actually corrugated. I'll be doing a tutorial on that soon." Regards Tom Carson Scale Model Plans.
The building is long, tall and narrow to provide an imposing frontage at the track level. Depth of building is restricted to conform to limitations of space. The main structure is 19 long, 10.5 inches high - without the platform that it will sit on - and 4.5 inches deep. With the staircase to the 2nd story offices and the ticket booth at the opposite end of the building its 22 long. The dispatchers windows/office is on the second floor and overhangs the platform. Except for the chimney pots, small smoke jacks, the stair handrail and the window material its all paper - poster board - backed by 0.10 chip board. Thanks to Joel Franz for this great O scale Building picture!