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POLL: Favorite Museum Diorama


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Personal logo Saginaw Supporting Member of TMP writes:

"Other". A diorama of Fort Worth, circa 1849, at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Edward Siren diorama of Black Watch at Ticonderoga
8
6%
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Alamo diorama at Alamo gift shop
11
8%
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Battle of Leipzig diorama at Bavarian Museum
3
2%
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Model railroad at Museum of Science and Industry Chicago
8
6%
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Battle of Chunuk Bair at Dominion Museum in Wellington
3
2%
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Siborne's Waterloo diorama at National Army Museum
21
15%
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other (explain)
14
10%
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Roman siege works at West Point museum
4
3%
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Denver 1859 at Colorado Historical Society
0
0%
 
Sam Houston at Horseshoe Bend Museum
1
1%
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Mk. I breaching a trench at Tank Museum Bovington
3
2%
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Kasserine Pass at Patton Museum
2
1%
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Dade's Massacre Battlefield Museum
0
0%
 
no opinion
52
38%
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British armor traversing the bocage at Imperial War Museum Duxford
1
1%
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Pitman diagram of the North Bridge fight at Concord
1
1%
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Tar pit diorama at Carnegie Museum of Natural History
3
2%
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Tiger Tank breaking through wall at Imperial War Museum Duxford
2
1%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Personal logo DWilliams Supporting Member of TMP writes:

Museums often have three-dimensional, scaled models and landscapes (dioramas) to enhance the experience of visitors. Particularly well-crafted dioramas are often a special thrill for those of us in this hobby. Is there a museum with a diorama (military theme or otherwise) that you have seen that is especially memorable?

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.