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HO SCALE
KIT No. WSC
PRICE $60.00
WT. 2 lb.
DATE 1991
STATUS: NA

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The White Stone Church
is a holiday favorite.
I display mine in the foyer where it warmly greets our guests.



KIT No. WSC
GENERIC
PUBLISHED MM
STAINED GLASS


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The White Stone Church. Three quarter view line drawing of this cobblestone structure featuring steep pitched shingle roof, gothic windows with colorful miniature stained glass.


THE WHITE STONE CHURCH


Construction of the White Stone Church was featured in the December 1992 and January 1993 issues of Mainline Modeler. The walls are my Hand-Carved Stone -fine and the Cedar Shake roof is cast in White Hydrocal as well with all the detail but none of the labor of hand-laying them. I've done all that hard work for you (yes, shingle-by-shingle!) and then made molds.

I've also made colorful hand-tinted scale stained glass to fit Grandt Lines gothic windows.

While there is no specific prototype for this model, it will fit into almost any layout- up on a hillside over looking the farmlands or half hidden on a busy city street.

Assembly couldn't be easier. The wall castings can be left pure white, or maybe lightly stained. If you want you can color them naturally and instructions are given for that. Lightly stain the shingles light gray, paint the window frames green and attach the stained glass, then glue it together.

Comes with Basket Weave front steps.

Complete instructions with coloring and weathering tips are included.


40' x 24' ( 5-1/2" x 3-1/4" ) in HO scale.


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SORRY- this kit is resting for a while.


C. C. CROW   P. O. BOX 1427   MUKILTEO, WA 98275



The White Stone Church. This is a great photo I took using natural, or is that unnatural, sunlight. The shaddows on the tissue background are very mysterios and cloud like.
The White Stone Church.


The White Stone Church.
One of my customer's supplied this photo of the display he built.


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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - for this model


ON-LINE HOW TO CLINICS

  HOW TO CLINICS  
Here are a bunch of my on-line how to work with Hydrocal mini-clinics. Each kit includes specific instructions of course- and there are lots of ways to do things, but here are my thoughts, tips and techniques.

  Coloring STONE  
With a little practice you can color realistic stone walls. Here's how I do it.
What are we going to do now that Testors/Floquil has dropped their Flo-Stains?

  Coloring CEDAR SHAKE ROOFS  
Really the same as coloring concrete, it is simple. Check out how I do it.


  Coloring BRICK  
My traditional techniques for coloring and mortaring brick.


SCRATCH-BUILDING STOCK

  Hand-Carved Stone-  
I have three different grades available. Use as retaining walls, cut them up for foundations, or make whole new buildings.

  Standard Common Brick- fine  
If you like to scratch-build or just want to practice before you do, check out my stock castings. These are the same building blocks I use to create my kits.

  Cedar Shake Roof- fine  
The roof stock, my Cedar Shake Roof - fine, CSR-f, is also available. I'm telling you, this is a great thing to have. I've even made building walls out of them.



COMPLEMENTARY KITS

  The Stone Shingle Mill  
is a nice little model. It has the same (but not exact) type of stonework.

  The Safety Hook & Ladder Co.  
  Brick Firehouse  

How about this little two-story firehouse? It's the prefect introduction to Hydrocal brick structures. If you are afraid to tackle the larger kits why not start here? You will find that Hydrocal modeling is lots of fun and not that difficult to master.

  The New England Saltbox  
Or how about this classic. I used the same cedar shake roof stock to create it.








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  C. C. CROW     P. O. BOX 1427      MUKILTEO, WA   98275   USA