The Frisbie Baking Co. Building

A scratch built warehouse for the Frisbie Baking Co. I named this building after W.R. Frisbie Baking Co. (A real company.)

The pie plates they used were the prototypes for the Frisbee! I like to hide obscure references in the names of the companies to see if people catch them. I don’t know how many will get this one though, it is pretty obscure.

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Image Copyright Tim Warris

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Typical Townhouse

A close-up shot of one of five IHC townhouse kits.

These are nice buildings, but I felt that some of the details are kind of crude, so I eliminated or replaced them with finer ones – like the railings and bench.

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Image Copyright Tim Warris

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Port Kelsey Water Tower

A grounds eye view of the Port Kelsey town water tower.

This is a Tichy kit. Anything from Tichy makes you look like a good modeller! Anyone who lived in Delhi, Ontario, Canada in the late 70’s might recognise the graffiti. Russ?

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