A fun way to bring back old memories. Sure to be a conversation piece on your layout. Kit includes screen tower, ticket booth, signs and fences. Components are precolored plastic, ready for quick, easy assembly. Includes three different marquee signs and 17 movie signs featuring films from the 1930s to the 1960s. Space-saving design fits against a backdrop or a wall. May also be built as a stand-alone model. Build it with a parking lot and display your HO Scale vehicle collection.
Kit features laser-cut exterior and interior walls, doors, window frames, trim, floor, roofing and sign frames. Also includes gas pumps and island, chimney, soda machine, Clark full color signs, and a laser-cut sign for roadside. Measures 2-3/4 x 4-1/2" 6.9 x 11.3cm.
These structure kits from Downtown Deco are perfect additions to the tired parts of your towns. A continuation of the popular Skid Row series of kits, Skid Row Part Two includes Aztec Apartments and a small liquor store. A unique feature of the apartment building is the ghost image of a torn-down structure on the exterior side wall. Skid Row Part Three comprises the Angel's Flight Hotel, which features an enclosed exterior side fire escape stairwell. These new kits feature highly detailed cast-Hydrocal walls with plastic details. The kits come with signs if appropriate plus complete assembly and finishing instructions.
Kit includes two multi-story townhouses adjoining each other, one of which is being renovated. Includes scaffolding parts. Adjoining angle 45 degrees.
Once the tent is pitched, all that is left is to sit back and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. This set includes six tents in different colors, two party tents and a variety of camp furniture.
Includes Office,Sitting Room,Bedroom,Kitchen and Entrance Halls
Features two girder roof billboards, over a dozen new cast detail parts, three of JLs own classic 1947 motorcycles, and over 50 newly created full color signs.
* Use in any Downtown Scene * Similar Buildings in Many Cities * Sized to Fit Most Layouts * Fit Popular Eras * Authentic American Buildings * Detailed Plastic Parts * Easy to Build * Illustrated Instructions * Produced Especially for Walthers 75th Anniversary * Great Accessories for the Hiawatha
Build a realistic city scene on any layout with these authentic structures! Inspired by actual buildings that served the Milwaukee Road in its namesake city, these HO Scale kits capture the look of the prototypes in a size that fits most layouts.
Back when an order for "sinkers and suds" brought you doughnuts and coffee, gleaming stainless steel restaurants like Miss Bettie's Diner sprang up from coast to coast. Resembling railroad dining cars, these structures became hallmarks of the streamline era.
Miss Bettie's Diner brings the glitz of those days to the streets of your layout. It's a natural on Main Street or just outside of town along a busy highway. Like the prototypes, this detailed, easy-to-build kit (the prototypes were kits too!) includes streamlined fluted sides, large windows and a complete interior with tables, stools and counter, plus a small outdoor refrigerator shed and colorful signs.
Commercial bakeries like the prototypes for the new Cornerstone Series Magic Pan Bakeries are dependent on railroads for raw materials. This new easy-to-build kit is a great, unique industry for your post-60s railroad. The kit includes a main building with truck loading doors, storage silos and more. The Magic Pan Bakeries buildings are easily arranged to fit your available space, and with a little ingenuity, you'll also find its great for other businesses such as a plastic molding plant or a chemical distributor.
A Great Station for any Railroad
*Whitehall, Wisconsin, Prototype *Similar to Small Town Stations Across U.S. *Fits 1900s to Present *Authentic "Brick" Exterior *Covered Platforms on Two Sides *Attractive Curved Windows and Gabled Roof
Typical of depots built in the years just prior to 1920, the 1914-built Whitehall Station was located on the Green Bay & Western Railroad in Wisconsin. The prototype was built to replace an earlier wooden structure. Whitehall was built as a combination depot; inside its Flemish Bond brick walls it housed a central ticket counter and operator's bay, separate men's and women's waiting rooms and a freight room. Large arched windows let in plenty of light and an angled operator's bay afforded the agent/operator a good view down the tracks. A long canopy extending along the platform on both ends kept passengers sheltered while boarding. The freight room handled parcels.
The depot served travelers until 1949, but remained an active freight agency until 1963. The City of Whitehall purchased the depot in 2003 and restored it as a small museum. The structure remains in its original location along the former GB&W mainline, in 2006 owned by Canadian National. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
This Cornerstone Series kit will look great serving trains with Walthers streamlined or heavyweight cars. Parts come molded in appropriate colors; the prototype was built from red brick. For setting your scene, the freight doors can be positioned open or closed so you can add a baggage cart or cargo being transferred between the freight room and the platform.
The new Cornerstone Series Silver Springs Terminal is based on the streamlined structures that were built across the continent beginning in the late 30s. The clean lines of streamlined designs were applied to everything from light switch plates to vacuum cleaners; all evoked the look of speedy streamlined trains. With its curved windows and corrugated canopies, Silver Springs Terminal perfectly captures the look of the era. Similar bus stations were found in many cities, so this model will be a welcome addition to any transition- or diesel- era layout.
The rural elevator was more than just a trackside industry. It was the center of many rural communities. And in some places it WAS the community. Handling grain from local farms and selling it to distant markets, these older buildings are still active today.
With its colorful signs and period styling, this HO Scale elevator is perfect for your layout and your favorite era, from the 1800s to present day. The kit includes the main elevator, plus a storage building and a scalehouse, all with realistic "wood" walls. Separate doors and windows add to the realism, along with colorful decals for several grain companies.
From the 1880s to the 1970s, ice-cooled reefers were a fixture of railroading. Solid trains raced across country with their perishable loads. Supplying ice for the cars in transit was a huge industry. Railroads built ice houses and platforms, like this kit, about every 250-300 miles. Here, entire trains could be serviced and on the move in minutes.
This complete kit includes a detailed Ice House, based on a prototype in Antigo, Wisconsin, plus a modular Icing Platform, from a Pacific Fruit Express design. Lots of add-on details, including an optional platform roof (used in warm areas to shade ice and slow melting), roof vents and 24 ice blocks are included. The plastic parts are molded in color for easy assembly and complete instructions are provided.
Modeling streets and roads is a quick and easy job with this complete system of detailed plastic parts. Each installs like sectional track; simply glue sections together and add sidewalks, curbs and other details. Easily painted and weathered to fit your era, choose from Brick, Concrete or Asphalt Streets.
Capturing the charm, spirit and nuance of America's farmlands has never been this easy. Rural USA features a full line of HO structures and accessories based on those that stretch across America's countryside and back through our memories.
Widen your scope of modeling possibilities with three exciting mediums! Rural USA features Cornerstone plastic and Lasercut wood kits along with a versatile cast resin base that can be used with two of the main structures. You can mix and match them to create a fully realized farm theme, or use them as stand alone pieces to add detail and character to your layout.
* Easy-to-Build Plastic Kits Molded in Colors
* Finely Detailed
* Colorful Printed Sign
* Designed to Work With Cornerstone Street System
* Mix & Match or Use Separately
* Includes Printed Interior & Window Treatment Sheet
Perfect for any town, any street and any era, create a new downtown scene in your HO city with Main Street USA structures.
Affordably priced, highly detailed and easy to build with plastic parts molded in color, these kits are perfect for business districts in any size city. Typical of structures found all over America, each is complete with colorful signs for the finishing touch.
Fully assembled and ready for your layout.
Molded in color so messy painting is necessary
Modeled after a popular catalog home of the 1920s, Barbs Bungalow is the second release in the Lovely Ladies Home Series . This structure features clapboard siding, shingle roofing, Bilco cellar doors, a brick chimney, clear window glazing and rain gutter and downspout details.
Modeled after a popular catalog home of the 1920s, Kim's Classic American Home is the third release in the Lovely Ladies Home Series(TM). This easy-to-build HO kit is made of styrene plastic and molded in attractive colors so no paint is needed.
Features Include: -Front porch with lattice detail -Clapboard siding on lower half -Rain gutter and down spout detail -Brick chimney -Window glazing -Shingle detail on the upper half -Bilco cellar doors -Molded in attractive colors -Approximate finished size: 6.3" x 3.3" x 4.5" -Assembles easily using plastic compatible glue
Fully assembled, injection-molded plastic building with realistic details. Opening doors. Hand painted, self-standing figures.
For use with all HO scale layouts. Snap-fit assembly with realistic detailing. Pre-colored plastic parts (gray building, brown roof/stairs/platform). No glue necessary; easy to assemble building kit. White plastic figure included.
Easy to assemble building kit for use with all HO scale layouts. Snap-fit assembly (no glue necessary). Pre-colored plastic parts. Realistic detailing.
Laser-Art building kits include precision laser-cut wood and plastic parts. Easy peel-and-stick construction speeds assembly.
A typical catalog home with a front porch, the Stanley would fit in almost anywhere across the U.S.
Create a complete station scene along your HO Scale line with this kit. Perfect for any era, this set comes complete with a small station building and a separate freight house. Buildings of this style were seen on lines large and small, making it a perfect choice for any railroad. Over 40 metal detail castings, including nonworking platform lights, clock, soda machine, propane tanks, baggage cart, power poles and more are included. Separate pre-cast passenger platforms and a freight loading/unloading dock are also included. And since the kits are separate buildings, they can be placed anywhere you need them.
Ideal for beginner and expert modelers alike, this kit features assembled walls, an unattached roof section and separate molded detail parts. All parts are undecorated and molded in an appropriate base color. Also included are fully illustrated instructions, a sheet of clear window glazing and a sheet of dry transfer graphics.
Model a vintage storefront where town residents patronize the local specialty shops of the Main Street Mercantile... mom picks up the latest best seller, the kids buy a nickels worth of penny candy and dad conducts a little business with the local attorney.