Young C. Park dedicated 10 years of his life to building these three incredible models. The P-51 Mustang and one of the Corsairs were built as half cut-away models, meaning you can see all the detail inside the plane. The models were completely hand fabricated from aluminum and brass. They are detailed down to the hydraulic lines and functional control cables to the rudder, elevator and ailerons.
Visit the Museum
Thursday through Saturday, 9 AM to 4 PM
3190 Lionshead Avenue, Carlsbad, California
Admission is Free (Donations gratefully accepted)
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Now on temporary display is one of Donald Riley’s most recent projects, the “Circus Theater” music box. This music box is not yet finished, but Mr. Riley wanted to bring the project in so that viewers could see more of the inner workings of the entertaining machine.
On Saturday, August 12, the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum welcomed visitors from both the San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association (SDFWA) as well as the North County Cruisers Car Club.
A group of students from the choir program at Oak Middle School in Los Alamitos, CA recently came down for a tour of the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum.
Our friends from the Pacific Coast Corvettes club recently came down from Orange County to visit the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum.
Jerry Lake installed a Saito brand steam engine and components into a Dumas “Carol Moran” tugboat kit. The steam engine is functional, and the tugboat is radio controlled.