Dr. NAD's Liberty Falls virtual cybertour

Liberty Falls
Liberty Falls is an imaginary old west, Colorado mining town, population 872, founded in 1843. The newsletter reports activities in the town in the 1880's. The town is brought to life by miniature collectible figurines and accompanying literature.
      Dr. NAD's Liberty Falls virtual cybertour of digital photos features some of the buildings in the collection, from various angles, with imaginary narration (creation of Dr. NAD, not the makers). As you tour, bear in mind that the objects you'll see in are only ~2¼ inches by ~3¼ inches tall (cast and hand-painted in China) – i.e., they'd fit with ease on a standard 2x4 piece of lumber!

So hop on the stagecoach and have them drop you off in ...
Liberty Falls ...
Happy trails ...

What items are in the tour?
For those familiar with the collection, below are the items on the tour; you may click to jump into the tour at the points where the item is first featured (each item is shown from various angles).

Pacific & Mountain Stagecoach Station (AH95)
Bench, Sign, 4 Street Lights (AH50)
Red Crown Barn (AH117)
Wilson ranch house (AH91)
Trinity Church (AH88)
Emma's Family Restaurant (AH115)
Laundry (AH93)
Fannie's Ice Cream Parlor (AH96)
Frontier Card Parlor (AH114)
    -I have an extra; want to trade?
Lucky's Billiards Hall (AH94)

So hop on the stagecoach and have them drop you off in ...
Liberty Falls ...
Happy trails ...

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