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Scale Model Buildings Poland

A collection of model plans for buildings in Poland.

The models below are provided courtesy of Wirtualna Bychawa 1938

If you want more information about Bychawas' history and spatial growth please visit the animation on YouTube

All link references are to the model in sketchup 3d warehouse where you can download a free copy of the model.

Bychawa wooden house Reja 2

reja 2

Bychawa private wooden house and grocery store built around 1900, rebuilt in early '60s.

Location: Reja 2 street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u9fc62667-fcb5-4062-ab05-9f5cefed6a6d

 

Bychawa wooden house Partyzantów 34

 Partyzantów 34

Bychawa private wooden house built before WWI.

Location: Partyzantów 34 street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=uc6dd4eb7-68b5-4117-b85b-87efbf26b542

 

Bychawa Pilsudskiego 78

bychawa pilsucskiego 78

Bychawa private wooden house built between WWI and WWI (model by Piotr Gliniak).

Location: Piłsudskiego 78 street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u32755c82-331d-490c-bb2f-a264e7731e32

 

Bychawa wooden house Sprawka

 wooden house sprawka

Bychawa wooden house of Sprawka family. The house was built in late XIX or early XX century. Held by Sprawka family. Destroyed in late '70s to build concrete block of flats.

Current location: Piłsudskiego street 47, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u9e7ecf26-2483-4aa5-9bf0-9814a55beadc

 

Bychawa Lewczyński Wooden House

lewczynski wooden house

Bychawa wooden house of Lewczyński family which stood next to Bank. The house was built in late XIX or early XX century. Destroyed in early '50s or '60s to build concrete block of flats.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ufbaa130c-89fe-409f-92d6-28d7b8c5f8e6

 

Bychawa Wooden House Karpiński

Wooden House Karpiński

Wooden house of Karpiński family at Turobińska street. House was built at the break of XIX/XX century, it was destroyed in late 50's or early 60's.

Current location would be: Piłsudskiego 47 street, 23-100 Bychawa

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u74d3fd79-e91e-4c11-a86f-ab213326f394

 

Bychawa Blacksmith's House

blacksmith house

Bychawa brick house and wooden barn of blacksmith Żminda. Built at the beginning of 20th century. Current view.

Location: Ks. Dominika Maja street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u9cd523ce-a4ad-44e8-b9a2-b4e90e3fdbf3

 

Bychawa Blacksmith's Shop

blacksmith shop

Bychawa wooden building of blacksmith Żminda. Built probably in late '50s or early '60s. Still exists. Used as storeroom.

Location: Ks. Dominika Maja street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u4154fc55-a751-43ab-9167-c65c1e1002b7

 

Bychawa Flis Blacksmith's Wooden House

wooden house flis

Wooden house of Flis family. The house was built at the break of XIX/XX century at Turobińska street. Destroyed in 50's or 60's. According to local sources, the owner of the house was a blacksmith.

Current location would be: Piłsudskiego street 47, 23-100 Bychawa

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ue7dfd03b-6611-4855-8516-a8546ae6f1ea

 

Bychawa Tenement House

small tenement house

This tenement house was built in 1932 as it is engraved on the top front of the building. Current view.

Current location is: Batalionów Chłopskich street 4, 23-100 Bychawa

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u99ee3905-3bcc-4752-b13b-5271a65476dd

 

Bychawa Multi-family House

multi family house

Bychawa brick multi-family house built in '20s. In '60s. served as Police Station (Komisiariat Milicji Obywatelskiej).
Model in current view.

Location: Piłsudskiego 69 street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u0a95a376-ce86-4f3f-b587-39662c399359

 

Bychawa Tenement 2-floor

tenement 2 story

Bychawa 2-floor brick tenement house built probably by A. Frączek around 1910. Currently owned by Sagan family, serves as grocery store. Model in current view.

Location: Piłsudskiego 23 street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ub18f5f60-60f6-4581-a354-551493b09ed8

 

Bychawa Tenement House

tement house current view

Bychawa tenement house owned by Walczak family. Built probably between 1910 and 1920 as Jewish store. Model in current view.

Location: Piłsudskiego 29 street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u0b4d0b9f-4e42-460e-9a6a-548af9a87200

 

Bychawa Jewish Tenement

Tenement house of Szmul Eintmagnjonow built in 1892 after a great fire in Bychawa. Building stood in eastern frontier of the market square. It was destroyed during WWII or straight after.

Current location would be: Rynek street 6, 23-100 Bychawa

Model was created by G. Urban. https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ua0bcc5d1-0054-4cc3-bca9-27baab258714

 

Bychawa Jewish Tenement - 2

 

 jewish tenement house

This tenement house was built in 1982 by Chaim Lustemberg and Berek Brad. It stood in the eastern frontage of the market square. It was destroyed during WWII or straight after.

Current location would be: Rynek street 4, 23-100 Bychawa
Model was created by M. Bednarczuk

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ud8a3e08f-7d4f-4349-a91c-313797da3da7

 

Bychawa Jewish Tenement Houses 1892-1893

tenement houses

Bychawa Jewish tenement houses built in 1892 and 1893 after fire that burned the town in 1892.

Tenement houses were build by:
Market square No. 18 - A. Szternfeld (before WWII owned by D. Rajs),
Market square No. 19 - J. Fafajzel, - model made by M. Strojny (slight changes added)
Market square No. 20 - L. Ajnsztejn & L. Finkelsztajn - model made by M. Strojny (slight changes added)

After WWII nationalized and changed into communal apartments.

Current adresses are: Kwiatkowskiego street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ubde6c9cb-5915-4f83-b2fa-0c79ebba4f72

 

Bychawa Jewish Tannery 1906

tannery 1906

Bychawa Jewish wooden 2-floor tannery built by L. I. Klajman in 1906 at the bank of Kosarzewka river. The tannery was probably destroyed during WWII.

Location: Lubelska street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u66f03453-6aa2-4881-a648-58177f02b63f

 

Bychawa Jewish Tannery 1907

tannery 1907

Bychawa Jewish wooden tannery built by K. Zelman and M. Herszenzon in 1907. Probably destroyed during WWII.

Location: Końska street (currently Kopernika street), 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ub2b9ed67-f151-4a67-9cc0-3efc852208d1

 

Wola Bychawska Distillery Skawińscy

distillery

The distillery (gorzelnia) was built by Skawińscy gentry family in 1899 in their granage Wola Bychawska. It worked until WWI and was burned during austro-hungarian - russian fights in 1914.

Current location would be: Reymonta street 4B, 23-100 Bychawa

This model was created by T. Sanczuk.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=uf1481a2e-6432-4577-9ecd-5e3ebe058270

 

Bychawa Michałowa Janitor House

janitor house

The house of municipal janitor Michałowa and local arrest (koza). Built in XIX century, definitely stood in 1957, then destroyed to build kindergarten.

Current location would be: Partyzantów street 5, 23-100 Bychawa

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ub4790268-921c-4b6c-ad87-57a991c77cff

 

Bychawa-Podzamcze stable 1890

stable

Bychawa-Podzamcze stable built by A. Budny around 1890.


After WWII nationalized by Soviet occopants. Till 1989 used as a stable or store. After 1989 bought by private investor. Renovated and used as a wedding house.

Location: Pileckiego 9 street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ue9fa3d67-f7a8-42cb-9201-99283b84edca

 

Bychawa Sobieszczański Bakery

bakery

Bychawa bakery of Sobieszczańscy family. Built around 1900, demolished in early '80s. Location: Rynek street (market square), 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

Model by A. Borek

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ub99eb1bd-8183-45a5-9db0-c081218d781a

 

Bychawa Ajzensztat Mill 1925

 Ajzensztat mill

Bychawa wooden motor-mill built by W. Ajzensztat (Jewish) in 1925. Probably destroyed during WWII.

Location: Podwale street (then Rudnik street), 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

Model made by A. Borek.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u2068e2c7-b263-4e16-b410-c951df629cdb

 

Bychawa Kryska Mill 1925

kryska mill

Bychawa wooden motor-mill built by P. Kryska in 1925. In '30s owned by Jew (probably Rostenberg?) due to debt of Kryska family. Nationalized after WWII. Abandoned afret 1989, destroyed in 2002. In place supermarket was built.

Location: Szkolna 2 street, 23-100 Bychawa, Poland.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u315b450f-8c29-4a29-8417-c3966e049380

 

 

 

 

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