I'll just steal what I think is the tallest building I've ever seen on a layout, and there's two of them! These wouldn't even come close to fitting on mine!
Did somebody say "small tall building Tuesday"? There are actually two other structures on the Christmas Tree layout that are as tall as or taller than these two, but the tree obstructs the steeple on the church, and the TV repair shop I didn't have time last night to shoot. Here are the other two. I believe the first one is Federal House, and the other is Clement C Moore's Twas the Night Before Christmas house from Department 56. I hope I spelled Clement's name right.
Not the tallest building by far, but about as tall as I have... haven’t installed this yet (just found the perfect spot for it though) - I’ve got to add a Miller Engineering Scranton Electric City sign to the roof. The building is from Todds Architectural Models (the Cameron Apartments).
That is a very nice building indeed. I was just up in Scranton Labor Day weekend. Nice place and that building will look excellent with that Miller Engineering sign.
Again, the structures on my layout are not very tall, but this Victorian style house is one of the taller ones:
That's a Lego bird on the chimney. LOL, Arnold
Very nice Paul.
Here's my custom HD building that I built from 3-Railking buildings. I applied mortar to bricks and details in lobby. It took me a long time but it is the only feasible and cost-effective way for me to make tall buildings. Mendards came out with the Hotel building that is reasonable but nothing ever since that fits my era. Last picture below shows them and others in my rendition of a Pennsylvania city.
I don’t have any pictures right now but I did buy an Uberarc kit and will be adding a building or two to the railroad.