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Working on The Beacon Hill #8002


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Hi All,

New to this great hobby.

Working on the Greenleaf "The Beacon Hill" #8002 and need a few more pictures to reference placement of parts.

Pictures of the front from (1) right side, (2) right side/front, (3) left side/front and (4) left side. Low perspective looking up to roof would be great.

Thank you to any help available,

Walt

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Welcome to the little family, Walt (one of my family members is a Walt). You can do a search in both the Galleries and the Blogs for "Beacon Hill" to see what all pictures are available, as well as in the Greenleaf dollhouse subforum.

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Welcome to the little family, Walt (one of my family members is a Walt). You can do a search in both the Galleries and the Blogs for "Beacon Hill" to see what all pictures are available, as well as in the Greenleaf dollhouse subforum.

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Hi Walt, I dont know if this will help, but I have a lot of pictures in my Beacon Hill album. http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/index.php?app=gallery&album=3035

If you have any specific questions, we have quite a few members who have experience with the Beacon Hill, some have actually built more than one, believe it or not....so ask away:)

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Hi Walt!

I am currently building a beacon hill, also new to this craft, and someone referred me to Gina's blog. This blog was singlehandedly responsible for me NOT ending up taking a sledge hammer to it out of frustration.

She has a detailed description of all her builds including a couple on the beacon hill houses she put together. She suggests following the second build and the information is in the link below.

http://moreminis.blogspot.com/2007/08/my-second-beacon-hill-introduction.html

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