Vincent Price Photography store was created in HO-scale by MMR Dave Roeder using Model Builder.
Old Train Station
This grand old train station is yet another project you can complete with our Model Builder software!
"I can't say enough good things about Model Builder. It is fantastic." One customer's attempt at recreating Independence Hall using Evan Designs' Model Builder was a huge success! "It took a lot of time and thought to put this together, but your wonderful brick paper and the import feature included in Model Builder made this possible. I started using matte board reinforced with 1/4" balsa wood. I put it together in sections and imported the windows from a website. I imported the entrance to the building from photos of the hall and sized them to fit the building." Thank you for sharing this awesome project!
Tom Carson presents another set of files customers can import into Model Builder to create this building! This machine shop belongs to the East Broad Top Railroad in Pennsylvania. The roof is one of Model Builder's rusted metal patterns and is actually corrugated.
Red Brick House
Dave from King Mouse Customs created this beautiful house with just Brickyard!
Old City Street
This model of traditional city street shows the variety of buildings you can create with Model Builder.
Gentry MFG. Co. Building
Model Builder helps customers create incredibly detailed buildings like this old manufacturing building.
Imposing Frontage Building
Thanks to Joel Franz for sharing a photo of his amazing O-scale building. The building is long, tall, and narrow to provide an imposing frontage at the track level. The depth of the building is restricted to conform to limitations of space. The main structure is 19" long, 10.5" high - without the platform that it will sit on - and 4.5" deep. With the staircase to the 2nd story offices and the ticket booth at the opposite end of the building, it is 22" long. The dispatcher's windows/office is on the 2nd floor and overhangs the platform. Except for the chimney pots, small smoke jacks, the stair handrail, and the window material, this building is all paper (poster board) backed by 0.10 chipboard.
No Patrick Swayze here ... just another great Model Builder project!