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 Posted: Thu Sep 25th, 2008 06:52 pm
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No name yet, Brian. I was going to call it simply Cape or (Eastham) Cranberries but that would be so dull. I might dig out one of the more exotic local family names instead - which given that the original families were of Portugese extract should add a bit of interest!



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Tim - that's a great looking building - I can see cranberries all over it !!

Interesting design with the modern looking extention behind the rather older looking frontage.  Not surprised it's got "Heljan" stamped all over it - it does look very "Germanic" with the long steeply pitched roof.



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I never thought about it being "Germanic" looking, Petermac. Now you mention it ...

The box does describe it as "American prototype" and I think it's a fair representation of the older farm buildings and dairy plants that still remain, tucked away in the Mid West and parts of New England.

I can't wait to start weathering .... ;-)



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Hi Tim

A couple of very good bargins you have found, and they really look good made up, looking forward to seeing after they have been weathered.

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