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This small town building was designed using original drawings produced and published by Editor Bob Brown of the Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette back in the early 1950's.
The building is narrow and deep and will fit in nicely in a small town main street.
All of the detail pieces are 3D printed in resin. This includes the bakery display case with it's separate shelves and the front sign on the building with it's raised lettering. Easy to assemble this kit won't take you very long to finish.
With laser cut adhesive 1/16" thick basswood siding that adheres to laser cut 1/32" birch plywood sub-walls and 1/16" thick Strathmore board floors and roof, combined with laser cut 1/64" RCboard doors and windows all precision and fit together easily.
The O Scale Version footprint is 10-1/8" long by 4" wide and 6-1/4" high or in O scale 40'-6" long by 16'-0" wide and 24'-6" High.
The Bakery Display Cabinet which is 3D printed has separate shelves (3) each with an array of bakery goods for you to paint then install in the cabinet for display in the front window.
Availabe in HO & O scales
Available in HO scale Only
Available in HO, S & O scales
Rusty Stumps Scale Models sold our laser cut detail products to www.rail-scale-models.com You can go to this website to purchase the Shingles, Door & Windows as well as the other such products we offered in the past.