Reese Street Row Houses

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  • Reese Street Row Houses
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Reese Street Row Houses This kit is based on a group of houses which can still be seen today on Reese Street in Silverton, CO.  Constructed in the early 1900’s, they are typical of the modest tract houses built to accommodate workers in mining areas throughout the West.  Similar houses dotted the streets of mining towns in California, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado and Utah.  As time went on, the houses were added onto and expanded to fit the needs of their residents. We have provided components for constructing three complete houses, including their lean-to’s and outhouses. To give your buildings an individual look, you can choose from four different gable trims and two different front walls. The lean-to’s, which can be made in two different sizes, may be used on the back or side of the buildings. This kit is great fun if you are a kit-basher. The basic house (without the lean-to) measures 2.25″ x 3.40″. Although there are many different ways to arrange the components, the three houses, built as designed, will fit on a 10″ x 10″ footprint (not including the outhouses). — Product No. 5903 — Quantity:1 — Exterior Measurement: NA — Fits Within: NA — Additional Notes: Products may contain small parts and should be kept safely away from small children. Minimum recommended age for customers is fourteen years old. Colorado customers will pay Colorado tax sales tax.
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    Grandt Line HO Reese St Row Houses

    These are just the right size for my layout and are easily modified to suit.

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