The Lower Hudson Valley
E-Gift Shop
Apollo Spacecraft
Paper Models for Download

Home
Photo Gallery
Models For Download
Chronological Model List
Basic Instructions
Contact
Useful Links
FAQs
Safety Warnings
Designer's Corner
About the Model Designer

Return to Top of Page
Ton has also graciously designed for your collection a 1/48 apollo capsule.

4/10
Now Available...
A repaint and resizing of Tons original Service Module to 1/48 scale. Are you seeing what's going on here?

4/10
Gulf LEM 1.1 !!!!!
My all time FAVORITE paper model now re-edited to a proper paper model, with all the 21st century buzzers and bells. Thank you so much Guy Lordong for making this available. Scale 1/44

6/10

1/48 scale 3rd stage of Tons Saturn V...

6/10
Available now.
1/48 scale 2nd stage of Tons Saturn V. Check out the WIP with this link, Click on the picture (just to the left of this text) for the model.

7/10
Available now.
1/48 scale 1st stage of Tons Saturn V. Check out the WIP with this link, Click on the picture (just to the left of this text) for the model.

8/10

Thanks Randy for all the Clean Up Work!!!
By popular demand my moon mission poster. Print at 75dpi results in a 19" x 60" poster with the earth being 10" in diameter. Please note the rest of the poster is not in scale with the Earth. To put poster to proper scale, the moon should be reduced to 2 3/4" in diameter, and placed 26' 9" away from the surface of the earth. The earth orbit and moon orbit trajectories should be around 1/16" away from the surface of the respective celestial bodies. For further reference, the orbit of the international space station would be about 3/16" away from the surface of the earth, and a trip to Mars at its closest would require one to place Mars roughly 2 miles away. Now thats in proper perspective. - Jon
Saturn V blueprint poster.

Tons realization of a Gemini-TitanII. Comes out great. 1/96 scale. (click here)


NOW IN 1/48 scale!!! (click here!!!)

Instructions here

NOW with better graphics!! (click here!!!)

6/10
New to designing models, Mike B has made an incredible LUT Tower. At 1:480 scale, he has accomplished what many before him have not. Thanks Mike!!
Model here.


3/10
Mike has teamed up with George to continue (and improve!) on his 1:480 series. The center is proud to host now the milkstool version of the LUT with a full colletion of Saturn 1B rockets, all at 1:480 scale.
Model here.


3/10
Mike is pleased to announce the continuation of this 1:480 series with the Apollo1 and 7, AS-201, AS202 and LC-34 launch platform. Thanks again for this effort, its good to see this project continue.
Model here.


3/10
Mike has now made the latest installment of the apollo 1:480 series Every Saturn 5 of the Apollo series with accurate markings, test craft, skylab, AND a matching crawler-transporter. This is an amazing collection. Thanks Mike.
Model here.


3/10
A 1:24 Mercury capsule by Ton. Print at 50% (4 pages to a sheet) to get a 1:48 model!!
Model here.


4/10
Ton has done an amazing job on one of the long missing models of the space race, the lunar surveyor. Complete with a moon surface. 1:24 scale.
Model and moon diorama instructions here.


8/10
In the early days of Apollo. Von Braun and Co. had thought that two back-to-back launches of rockets that were based on a cluster of redstone and titan bodies would work. With that in mind the Engineers at NASA developed the predecessor of the Saturn V, the Saturn I. Here is the Saturn SA-5.
Thanks Chris for making this available.

Model here


6/10
a Saturn 1B in 1:96 scale. absolutely beautiful. model from Ton.

Model here


6/10
Continuing with our beginners series, here are the Saturn 1B and the Soviet Soyuz rocket from the middle part of the space race in the 1960's. Thanks to Roman for making these available.

Model here


2/10
Here's a brilliant design by Gerd of the Chimp Couch from the Mercury Space Program. Before Astronauts went into space the Rockets were tested with Monkeys. Here is their spacesuit. Thanks Gerd for this model and recognizing a little known artifact of the space program.

Model here


6/10
Lars would like to share his Saturn 1B model of the ASTP. The apollo soyuz test program signified the beginning of the end of the cold war. If you ever had a doubt about the value of the early space program this program should make anyone realize the bargain the Apollo Program was in $$$ savings to this country. Thanks Lars for your model.

Model here


6/10
Ton developed this one as a flyer but its also a beautiful display rocket as well. Here is the Apollo capsule test rocket, Little Joe II.

Model here


4/10
One of the things Nasa Engineers were challenged to do in the 1960's was to be creative on the use of their technology. Steve A. has realized in paper one of those lesser known thoughts: the Big Gemini. Here the engineers designed an expanded Gemini capsule for up to 12 people, moon missions, and space station ferries. Thanks Steve for this wonderful design in 1:96 scale

Model here


3/10
After the moon race, the USSR wasn't ready to concede defeat entirely. The follow up to the Moon race was the space station competition. Again the Russians had the early lead with their Salyut space station (followed up by Mir, and eventually the ISS.) However the USA was not going to leave the field without its entry, Skylab. John J. has graciously allowed us to host his version of Skylab.

Model here


5/10
And of course, John J's version of the Salut6 Soviet space station. Note the similiarity between it and the Mir and the ISS.

Model here


5/10
And now John J's version of the Mir space station in its final configuration

Model here


7/10
By special request, a long time favorite of mine is now a paper model the Mars Viking lander and orbiter in 1:24. Thanks JJ!!

Model here


4/10
Steve A, a man very much alive, has been working on the HL10 lifting body tested in the 1960's as a pre-cursor to the shuttle. You may remember this craft from the news clip that was shown in the beginning of 'the $6 million dollar man'. I've been looking for this model for a while. Thanks Steve!

Model here


5/10
Bryan T. is releasing an unusual rocket from WWII. Werner von braun before coming to America developed Rockets for the Germans. This is the A9/A10 "Amerika" rocket designed to bomb New York from Germany. For rocket design it was way ahead of its time. Thanks Bryan!

Model here


4/10
Nando is now releasing a beautiful model of the Spartan ABM missile from the 1960's. Thanks Nando!

Model here


4/10
I've been sitting on these for a while but no longer. Mark C presents a wonderful series of Titan III rockets variants A, B, and C. Thanks Mark!

Model here


5/10
Eric B a long time modeler and designer now submits his M2F2 lifting body for your building pleasure. This was a test craft in the 1960's that lead to the design of the Shuttle. The famous crash of this spaceplane was featured in the beginning credits of the TV Show, "The Six Million Dollar Man"

Model here


5/10