This lovely New England home, which I modelled upon some Providence houses, uses wood clapboard siding, Campbell Scale Models doors, windows, columns, porch railings, and shingle material. The nineteenth-century-style building edges were created out of L-shaped scale lumber, and the basket weave grid under the porch uses two Grandt Line parts. In the early 1980s, when Russ Larson was Editor, I sold an article entitled something like "Building Linda's House" to Model Railroader, and they paid me for it, but as far as I know it never appeared; when I contacted the magazine in June 2005, no one there knew anything about it.
- bird's-eye view, front three-quarter right
- bird's-eye view, front three-quarter left
- Linda and Emily Dicksinson having tea on the porch
- front three-quarter left.