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PHOTOS: Miniature Shops Depict 20th Century Baltimore

The miniatures are built to a 1:24 scale, where every inch on display equals two feet in real life.

PHOTOS: Miniature Shops Depict 20th Century Baltimore PHOTOS: Miniature Shops Depict 20th Century Baltimore PHOTOS: Miniature Shops Depict 20th Century Baltimore PHOTOS: Miniature Shops Depict 20th Century Baltimore

The Annapolis Inch-By-Inch Miniature Club is showing off its creations at the Arnold Senior Center as part of National Dollhouse and Miniature Month.

The miniatures on display, titled Shop Until You Drop, feature lavishly detailed street vendors and buildings boasting familiar sites that appear to depict mid-20th century Baltimore. The miniatures are built to a 1:24 scale, where every inch on display equals two feet in real life.

There are also cutaway miniatures, showing the interior of homes built during that era, with models featuring clothing from the period as well.

The display is up until Oct. 30 at the Arnold Senior Center located at 44 Church Rd. in Arnold.

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