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Same Ol' Buzzard
I have used several "freebies" from different websites. Most sites only offer them free for a limited time. One site that is free all the time is the Illinois State Preservation Agency. They have dozens of buildings, primarily historic, All in PDF format ranging from 2 - 41 pages; complete with instructions. Pretty nice buildings.

I print mine on 65# paper instead of gluing to cardboard, easier to use. Most of the ones I have used are not in the forefront, but are completely assembled and used behind other scenery items or buildings.

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