Empire Belt RR ALcos

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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Bralick Building

Greetings Blog Followers,

This past week I purchased and assembled a City Classics building kit known as 106 East Ohio Street. The kit consisted of four walls with windows and store front molded in, styrene for the roof, clear plastic for the windows and a cardboard view block for inside the building. The building was brush painted prior to assembly using hobby acrylics. Window glazing, decals and window treatments were then added. After allowing time to dry I assembled the building gluing the four sides together with Bondene. I held the building together with rubber bands and allowed the glue to cure overnight. The next day I used a clear latex caulk inside the four sides to further hold the building together and fill in any gaps. The building was set aside to dry and cure. I then touched up the paint. I named the building the Bralick Building using signs from a Walther's kit. 

The Bralick Building houses a BB&T Bank, a doctor's office and law offices.

The Skyline

Rear view

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