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Kit was patterned after a structure on Maine Two-Footer Bridgton & Saco River Railroad Features Compatible with On2, On30, On3
This free standing automobile garage is taken right out of the 1920 Bennett Homes catalog as presented by Ray H.
At one time the Hillview Volunteer Fire Department engine house design could be found all over the country. Features This
O scale market is based on plans found in a 1913 copy of the “Grain Dealers Journal” and referred to
Quick and Easy – works great as a switchman’s shanty, miner’s cabin, general purpose outbuilding, company house or small store.
Based on a Boston & Maine design, this building could also be used as an interlocking tower. Features The assembled
This easy to assemble laser-cut wood model uses Tab & Slot and Peel &Stick construction. Features Best of all, the
A great small town or crossroads depot. Includes station platform. Features The assembled structure measures 6″ long x 4.5″ wide
American Model Builders O 492 All-American Gas Station Kit Features Kit features 100% laser-cut components with custom laser-scribed side and
Typical company house design as seen lined up in row behind a mill or around a coal mine complex. Features
The Dry Goods shop is a false front building reminiscent of those built throughout the US in the late nineteenth
Snap together kit for O and S gauge model trains.