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A defining characteristic of Lilliput Lane miniature sculptures is integrity. Nearly all are based on real places that, in many cases, still stand. The following list is provided for the curious collector who relishes this degree of authenticity.

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AFTERNOON TEA - Carthage, Missouri; eclectic Victorian circa 1880.

THE BIRDSONG - Red Oak II, Lowell Davis’s farm near Carthage, Missouri

COUNTRY CHURCH - Built in 1872 on State Road 9, five miles south of Shelbyville, IN. Unused since 1941; collapsed 1990.

COUNTRYSIDE BARN - Near Park City, Kentucky.


FALLS MILL - Built 1873; now a restored grain mill near Belvedere, TN

FIREHOUSE 1 - Damariscotta, Maine; today a clothing store.

FRESH BREAD - Silver Plume, Colorado

GOLD MINER’S CLAIM - Deserted mining town, Elkton, Colorado, on private land.

GREAT POINT LIGHT - Built on Nantucket Island, MA, in 1819.

HARVEST MILL - 1830 Mill in Pigeon Forge, TN

HOLY NIGHT - The Episcopal Church of the Advent, Louisville, KY; 1886.

HOME SWEET HOME - Oconaluftee Welcome Center in Great Smoky Mountain National Park, near Cherokee, NC.

HOMETOWN DEPOT - New Albany, Indiana; destroyed by fire in 1981.

LET HEAVEN AND NATURE SING - Port Gamble, Washington

LOBSTER AT THE PIER - Generic representation of coastal New England

MAIL POUCH BARN - Hendricks County, Indiana

NATURE’S BOUNTY - Wayside Mill, Sudbury, MA

PEPSI COLA BARN - Highway 7, two miles north of Madison, Indiana.

PIONEER BARN - Borden, Indiana; most recently a pig barn.


RAMBLING ROSE - 100 year old house on Nantucket Island, MA

RIVERSIDE CHAPEL - Blue River Chapel, 7 miles west of Corydon, In, Hwy 62.

ROADSIDE COOLERS - General Store in Huron, IN

SCHOOL DAYS - One room schoolhouse near Fairplay, Colorado

SEE ROCK CITY - Generic barn representing all “See Rock City” barns.

SEEK AND FIND - North Florida town of Welaka; no longer standing.

SHAVE AND A HARCUT - Wytopitlock, Maine

SIGN OF THE TIMES - Generic representative of early roadside billboards.

SIMPLY AMISH - Formerly on Hwy 62, Harrison County, IN; collapsed.

16.9 CENTS PER GALLON - Based on a postcard photo, New Russia, NY, circa 1920.

SPRING VICTORIAN - Built in 1859 in Georgetown, Colorado.

SMALL TOWN LIBRARY - Rugby, TN; north of Nashville near KY border.

TO GRANDMOTHER’S HOUSE WE GO - Corydon, Indiana; Queen Anne Style Victorian

VICTORIANA - Rockport, MA.

VICTORIAN ROMANCE - The Preservation Gallery, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada

WATSON’S COLLECTIBLES - New Carlisle, Indiana (Closed February 1999)

WINNIE’S PLACE - 1881 New Carlisle, IN; home of Winnie Watson Sweet, founder of the International Collectibles Exposition


BY DAWN’S EARLY LIGHT - Mukiltel Light Station, Point Elliot in Puget Sound, WA

FOURTH OF JULY - Bandstand in Bellville, Ohio

HOME OF THE BRAVE - New Albany, Indiana

I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE - Rural Elkhart County, Indiana.

I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS - Ottawa Junction, Kansas

IN REMEMBRANCE - Rural town of Sycamore, Missouri


STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER - The Betsy Ross house, Philadelphia, PA


DAYDREAMS - The Smith Bridge, Rush County, IN

DOG DAYS OF SUMMER - Rural southwestern Missouri, near Branson

LACE HOUSE - Historic Victorian in Black Hawk, Colorado

MORNING HAS BROKEN - Glade Creek Mill, Babcock State Park, Clifftop, WV

SAFE HARBOR - Little Brewster Island in Boston harbor; built 1783.

VICTORIAN ELEGANCE - San Francisco, California


RUNS LIKE A DEERE (John Deere) - Rural SW Indiana

A SIGN OF GOOD TASTE (Coca-Cola) - Restored facade from Park City, UT

THIS BUD’S FOR YOU (Budweiser) - 1880 commercial structure in New Albany, IN

SEE THE USA (Chevrolet) - Inspired by the Chevrolet dealership in New Albany, IN

TRUST YOUR CAR TO THE STAR (Texaco) - In the heart of Milltown in Southern Indiana


A CHERRY COKE…JUST THE PRESCRIPTION - Storefront in Silver Plume, Colorado

COUNTRY CANVAS - Generic representative of rural advertising

COUNTRY FRESH PICKINS - Highway 335 in Southern Indiana

DIXIE BOTTLING COMPANY - First Coke bottling plant in Atlanta, GA

FILL’ER UP AND CHECK THE OIL - 70-year-old gas station/antique shop near Seattle, WA

HAZARDS OF THE ROAD - Generic representative of rural billboards

HOOK, LINE AND SINKER - Demolished farmhouse in Southern Indiana

THE LUNCH LINE - An imaginative expression of early diners

MMM…JUST LIKE HOME - Renovated store in Breckenridge, Colorado

MILK FOR MOM AND A COKE FOR ME - Storefront in New Albany, Indiana

OH BY GOSH, BY GOLLY - Former train station in Jeffersonville, Indiana

SANTA’S CORNER - Corner store on Portland Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky

SATURDAY NIGHT JIVE - Demolished mill near New Albany, IN

THEY DON’T MAKE ‘EM LIKE THEY USE TO - Inspired by antique shop near Sturbridge, MA

WET YOUR WHISTLE - Water tower preserved in South Park City, Fairplay, Colorado

WE’VE GOT IT OR THEY JUST DON’T MAKE IT - Country store in rural southwest Missouri


SPRING HAS SPRUNG (SPRING) - Rural central Indiana

CATCH OF THE DAY (SUMMER) - Southeastern Missouri general store

WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE (FALL) - General Store in Beanblossom, Indiana

ICE COLD COKE (WINTER) - Covered bridge; Franconia Notch State Park, NH

DIXIE BOTTLING COMPANY - First Coke bottling plant in Atlanta, GA