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Working on a new freebie 

I decided to rework  the “wire & cord” building into a wood framed old  west feel. Ive been  inspired by the Copperoppolis project that  Dave Frary has been  showing recently. Lots of our kits would be right at home on this great small lalout. Our kits are full of character and small footprints. Perfect  for most layouts.

I just need to add a bit more.Should be available in a week or  so.


Got this photo on the day I broke my shoulder 

Dan H sent this real nice photo of the yard shed. I like seeing older kits .


Narrow Gauge Engine Shack now available.

This is kind of a quirky kit.  It probably won’t appeal to everyone, but it has a bunch of charm.  We call it an engine shack rather than an engine house, because of it’s ramshackle nature.  It is a fun easy kit with lots of expansion or kitbashing possibilities.

PLEASE NOTE:  This is a pre-production rendering and certain details of the kit are different from what is shown here.  Please refer to the photo of the completed kit on the “BUY MODELS” page.




Below is some info, from Paul, about this build.  Paul Egri and Dave Rarig have really got something going here.  Their colaborations consistently turn out better that the originals.  AND THAT IS THE POINT.  Use the materials we provide BUT, get creative and build what works FOR YOU.  HAPPY NEW YEAR.

“I sent out this model to my paper modeling friends as a Christmas gift Dave Rarig did this model in N scale It is nothing more than the Silver City Tool House doubled in length with a different siding the foundation is from the company house and the loading dock is from the mercantile The windows are something I put together by splicing parts together everything else is from the tool house.”