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Structures

REEDS SECTION HOUSE – from Maine’s Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes RR
The kit is based on on-site drawings and actual measurements of the restored building and is easy to assemble. Kit has laser-cut basswood, plywood, and chipboard, with peel and stick trim parts and paper shingles. With correct 4" (3/32") reveal siding. 6" (1/8") reveal siding (shown in photo) is also available. Building footprint is 4" x 4 1/4".
O scale kit #1001 w/4" siding $31.50
O scale kit #1001-a w/6" siding $31.50
S scale kit #1001S – w/correct 4" siding
same as O scale – footprint of 3"x 3 1/8"
$28.75

REEDS SECTION HOUSE – ‘Up Front’ Series Kit
Upgraded version of kit # 1001 features full, accurate interior framing and inside wall sheathing detail, 2nd floor, stairs, operational doors and windows. Interior framing consists of one piece peel and stick cuttings for each wall. Jigs included for easy window, stairs, and rafter assembly.
O scale kit #1002 w/4" siding $57.75
O scale kit #1002-a w/6" siding $57.75

REEDS MILLS DEPOT – On the Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes
This kit contains laser-cut plywood and basswood with peal and stick parts. Battens are done as one peal and stick panel per side. Platform can be built as shown or flat.
Includes the interior walls and floors, cast chimney, peal and stick paper shingles, plastic glazing, and fully illustrated instructions.

Footprint is 10 3/4" x 6" including platform. Add 1" to width for rear roof overhang. Rear wall has 1 window located approx. opposite waiting room door.
O scale kit #1003 $80.75
S scale kit #1003S TBA

24' BOXCAR SHED – Basic version
One of Mount Blue’s early SRRR 24' boxcars used as a line side shed just as the SR&RL did in the 1910's.

Kit includes cast brass door hardware and etched roof panel lines. Easy to assemble. Non-working doors, no interior or underbody detail. Footprint is 6" x 1 1/2".
O scale kit #1004-a $32.25

24' BOXCAR SHED – ‘Up Front’ series kit
Same as the kit above, but includes full underbody and interior framing details, cast brass door hardware for the working side doors, 2 sided etchings, and etched roof panel lines. Footprint is 6" x 1 1/2".
O scale kit #1004 $35.75

BIGELOW DEPOT – Early as-built version. (Former Portland Loco Works kit.)
Kit contains laser-cut basswood walls, plywood windows, doors, and trim, chipboard roof. Craft paper shingles and printed signs. Building can be built without the bay window as the wall behind is blank.
O scale kit #1010 TBA
S scale kit #1010S TBA
HO scale Kit #1010H $33.75 Footprint is 2 3/4" x 3 1/2"

ALNA CENTER STATION – from the Wiscasset & Quebec / Wiscasset, Waterville,
and Farmington Railway. (Former Banta Model Works and
Portland Locomotive Works kits.)
Includes laser-cut plywood, basswood, and paper shingles. Etched nail head detail on platform sides. Peal and stick trim parts. Also includes white metal stove pipe. Option of building as a tool house with larger door.
O scale kit #1011O $21.25   Footprint is 4-1/2" x 3- 5/8" wide
S scale kit #1011S $27.25   Footprint is 3' x 2-5/8" wide
HO scale kit #1011H $16.25   Footprint is 2-1/4" x 2" wide

The Classic Post 1850 NEW ENGLAND FARMHOUSE
Seen all over the northeastern US in every town and village, the kit depicts a smaller version with a back ell kitchen. A must have for the New England modeler of any era. Optional bay window, front door canopy, and canopy brackets.

Kit consists of laser-cut clapboard siding, basswood, 1/64" ‘laserboard’ w/peal and stick, chipboard, peal and stick paper shingles or ‘steel’ roofing, plastic chimneys, and mylar glazing. Foundations are wood with etched brick detail. All trim and windows are cut from 1/64" ‘laserboard’ so there is no grain going in the wrong direction.
Kit as shown (left) w/ front door on left, steel roof and 3 window bay window:
O scale Kit #1012Oa $72.25   Footprint: 4 5/8" x 12"
S scale Kit #1012Sa $54.50   Footprint: 3 1/2" x 9 3/8"
HO scale Kit #1012Ha $42.50   Footprint: 2 1/2" x 6 1/2"
Kit as shown (right) with front door on right, ‘asphalt’ shingles, 2 windows w/o bay, cellar windows:
O scale Kit #1012Ob $72.25   Footprint: 4 5/8" x 12"
S scale Kit #1012Sb $54.50   Footprint: 3 1/2" x 9 3/8"
HO scale Kit #1012Hb $42.50   Footprint: 2 1/2" x 6 1/2"

Small Carriage House (Barn)
This is a small version of a Greek Revival style New England carriage house. These structures were built as stand-alone or incorporated into a connected structure complex.

Kit consists of the same materials as the NE Farmhouse kit #1012. Included are 2 styles of ‘barn’ door and an optional hay loft door. Lower foundation is wood with etched brick detail.
Kit as shown (left) with barn door on the left and steel roof:
O scale Kit #1013Oa $40.75   Footprint: 4 1/2" x 6"
S scale Kit #1013Sa $29.75   Footprint: 3 3/8" x 4 1/2"
HO scale Kit #1013Ha $25.50   Footprint: 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"
Kit as shown (right) with barn door on the right and ‘asphalt’ shingle roof:
O scale Kit #1013Ob $40.75   Footprint: 4 1/2" x 6"
S scale Kit #1013Sb $29.75   Footprint: 3 3/8" x 4 1/2"
HO scale Kit #1013Hb $25.50   Footprint: 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"

The Post 1850 New England Connected House
Here’s the ‘in-town’ version of the New England connected Farmhouse complex as seen all over the northeastern US. A must have for the New England modeler of any era.

This kit consists of our New England Farmhouse and Small Carriage house. These buildings have a low brick foundation as well as the optional parts found in the farmhouse and carriage house kits.
Kit as shown with dooryard on left and steel roof:
O scale Kit #1014Oa $112.25   Footprint: 8" x 17 1/2"
S scale Kit #1014Sa $84.25   Footprint: 5 3/4" x 13"
HO scale Kit #1014Ha $67.75   Footprint: 3 1/2" x 9 1/2"
Kit as shown with right dooryard and ‘asphalt’ shingle roof:
O scale Kit #1014Ob $112.25   Footprint: 8" x 17 1/2"
S scale Kit #1014Sb $84.25   Footprint: 5 3/4" x 13"
HO scale Kit #1014Hb $67.75   Footprint: 3 1/2" x 9 1/2"
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Last Update: April 28, 2010