Sunday, 17 October 2010

Video Of A Wartime House

For anyone creating a miniature 1930s/40s wartime house or scene, you may find the following video useful and inspiring. I stumbled across it by accident and it gives me goosebumps each time I watch it! 

It is of the Piermaster's House as it would have been furnished in wartime Liverpool. Turn your speakers on to soak up the sounds of the era too. The furnishings are fascinating however do ignore the plastic bottle of water sitting on the side in the kitchen (oops...someone slipped up there then)!!!! 




6 comments:

Robin said...

Despite the plastic bottle...this is definitely worth watching. Thanks Celia.
The wartime items are super - a really nice selection!

Rick said...

Wonderful video!

J said...

Thats a wonderful video-it struck me how many of those items I have in my own house-its an era I love tho not sorry to have missed the war!

KT Miniatures said...

The video is great isn't it? I did visit the Piermaster's House a couple of years ago. It is based at The Albert Docks in Liverpool and I seem to remember it was free to go around. Well worth a visit if you are in that area. Celia

CLARA said...

Muy bien ambientado. Muchos detalles maravillosos.
Besos Clara

Pan said...

Loved the video.