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Victorians at BrickWorld 2009 . For BrickWorld 2009 I completed Victorian III, so that it was a full house rather than just a facade, and furnished the interior as well. Then I added a house next door, Victorian V. . At BrickWorld I had it set up so that the outside *and* the interior could be seen, but for the photos here on MOCpages I can close it up. I'm a better builder than I am a photographer. I found this photo on Flickr of my display, taken and posted by Bill Ward, which is far superior to the pictures I took. There is a rather strict image size limit on MOCpages. If you'd like to see more detail on this construction, please check this 1032x1032 photo on BrickShelf. Note: You have to click on it again once you're there to get the full-size image. I had a photo off the web as the starting point for the facade of Victorian III. For the back, I decided I wanted a full-length porch. The basement apartment makes the most of limited space with an expandable room divider. Here is the interior on the smaller Victorian V:


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