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A Peak into the Suncoast Center for Fine Scale Modeling

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  • A Peak into the Suncoast Center for Fine Scale Modeling

    Hello All,

    At the suggestion of Chuck Herrmill, I recently visited the Suncoast Center for Fine Scale Modeling here in SW Florida. Wow!!!!
    Although the subject matter was geared to the model train enthusiasts and not that of your adverage model submarine addict. Non the less the skills required to assemble such a project of this magnitude is absolutely astounding.
    The Center consists of a master operating layout of model trains and Dioramas, established to promote the art of fine scale modeling, and to share ideas, methods, and techniques for the advancement of the hobby.
    This new center, a 7800 Sq. Ft. facility is the home of models and Dioramas from around the world and from the likes of
    Brian Nolan, Richard Schmitt, Frank Palmer, Dave Revelia and Steve Pettit to name of few.
    Located 30 miles North of Tampa in Odessa, Florida at 2645 Success Drive.
    The center is well worth a visit, IMO
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    Last edited by Anuci; 04-23-2013, 11:03 PM.