Cut and Assemble a Victorian Shingle Style House
Recreate a splendid shingle-style house of the Victorian era based on an authentic New Jersey suburban home built in 1907. Step-by-step instructions and clear assembly diagrams explain how to cut, fold and assemble gray shingled walls, gabled roof, two chimneys, stone wall, flower trellises, more. Ideal for model-train layouts, this accurately detailed model will delight hobbyists and architecture buffs alike.
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