While straight modules for the club layout are completed by individual members, corner modules have been completed by groups of members. One end (which is adjacent to my light industrial module) has a Purina Feed and Seed Store and water tower that were in the club's collection. There are also several houses and out buildings on the module, most of which I free-lanced.
Cracker House No. One.
This house was designed to represent a typical North Florida "cracker"-style house. The siding, roof and porch floor are patterned sheet styrene, windows and doors are Tichy, the porch posts are scale lumber, and the foundation piers are scale lumber wrapped with paper printed with a brick pattern. This house was sitting just across the tracks from the parking lot of the Purina Warehouse. It was knocked off the module after returning from the March show in Cedar Key, and I converted the spot into the site of a demolished house.
Cracker House No. Two
This is another house based on the "Cracker"-style. Again, walls, roof, porch floor and trim is styrene. Windows, doors, porch posts, lattice around the foundation, and interior window treatments are commercial parts, Foundation piers and chimney are wood wrapped with brick pattern printed paper. The steps are built up from sheet basswood.