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This is my "Trash and Scrap Metal" building. I began with a picture of the Modular Learning Kit #36000, but I used the dock level wall sections of the DPM Modular system to create my building.
Fred Handy built this beautiful County Volunteer Fire Department building using the DPM-HO Scale Modular System. Very nice! But it is his creativity with details that steals the show!
I just love your O-scale built and ready buildings I have all that you have made so far.
What started with building the structures in the Woodland Scenics Town and Factory set has grown into a modeling passion that also turns Raul a few dollars.
Ken Twombly built these two beautiful structures for the Amherst Railway Society modular layout, using the DPM Modular System. They are part of the module that won 'best of show' at Amherst 2013.
I converted a DPM Front Street building into a Chinese restaurant named Renkong Guan. This name comes from the signature plates on the pagoda roof and the doors. The brass plates are manhole covers.
I combined the Woodland Scenics Modular Learning Kit with the Pikestuff Machine Shop to make the Everett Company Store as an HO scale model built for the Model Railroader Kitbashing Contest.
Here's a link to Ben Jakobsen's online photo album. See how Ben has masterfully kitbashed the N Scale Design Preservation Model Building Kit 'Trackside Transfer.
Raul Perez in Sunny California
Here is another fantastic building built by Raul Perez. He built Jaime's Gym using the DPM Building Kit Otto's Parts, combining it with another kit and a few minor modifications and additions.