Members from two different Model A clubs and a Model T club visited the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum on January 13, 2024.
Geoff Kidd scratch-built a 1/6 scale model M1857 12-pounder Napoleon gun with limber and caisson which is now on display in the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum.
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.
Six new engines from the Paul Knapp Collection are now on display in the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum. Three of the engines were built by Butch Wilson, and three were built by Ramon Hoagland.
Now on display are three new models built by Loren Scheer. Among his many projects, Mr. Scheer built a Wright Flyer along with a biplane model that is presumed to be a Newport 28cl circa WWII. Also included is a small model printing press. The three pieces were...
Often described as the hidden gem of San Diego, we are thrilled to again be identified as a TripAdvisor top attraction. To be #1 out of more than 150 competing for the top spot is a tribute to our dedicated guests who consistently rate us as a 5 star destination here...
After years of admiring and collecting information on the 1960’s vintage P&H model 1015 crawler mounted crane, Tom built his own. He began by documenting his own detailed model design then went on to build a fully operational, radio-controlled 1/12 scale P&H...