Wooden scale model of the Metropolitan Water Sewerage and Drainage Board Building constructed in Sydney in the late 1930s. The model is of unpainted plywood with metal trim to simulate window frames and sheets of thin plastic to simulate glass. It stands on a plain plywood base. The building itself has a relatively plain art deco facade with the ‘Wilmott St’ corner curved rather than squared off. There is also a central light well.
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