Building Kits

Building Kits

  • Contemporary Relay Houses

    Contemporary Relay Houses

    $6.99
    Contemporary Relay Houses Our standard Relay House is typical of those sighted along railroad right of ways throughout the United Statesfrom the 1940’s to present times. These little buildings were made of 12 gauge steel and were used to house...
    55910
    $6.99
  • The Gomez Store The Gomez Store

    The Gomez Store

    $38.00
    The Gomez Store This kit is based on Ruben G. Gomez’ General Merchandise store in Pagosa Junction, near the borders of Colorado and New Mexico.  Constructed in 1910, it is typical of many small general stores built to accommodate travelers throughout...
    5909
    $38.00
  • Reese Street Row Houses Reese Street Row Houses

    Reese Street Row Houses

    $33.00
    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...
    5903
    $33.00
  • Raised Platform Warehouse Raised Platform Warehouse

    Raised Platform Warehouse

    $31.00
    Raised Platform Warehouse This kit  is typical of many corrugated iron structures found throughout the US on industrial sites from the 1920’s  to present times.  Our prototype is an elevated Conoco/Texaco facility in Placerville, CA.  If desired, the...
    5908
    $31.00
  • No Problem Joe’s No Problem Joe’s

    No Problem Joe’s

    $29.00
    No Problem Joe’s In the town of Aspen, CO there once lived a very old man.  He was known locally as “No Problem Joe”.  Joe was a local fix-it man who was often called upon by the ski-lift folks to correct the seasonal crises which threatened their...
    5906
    $29.00
  • Standard Section Tool House Standard Section Tool House

    Standard Section Tool House

    $6.99
    Standard Section Tool House According to the 1942 edition of the , “the building most common to all railroads is the small section tool house.”  The proto-type for our tool shed is one located at Pando, CO on the D&RGW line.  It is typical of the...
    5905
    $6.99
  • Silverton Ore Chute Silverton Ore Chute

    Silverton Ore Chute

    $28.00
    Silverton Ore Chute Cliff first saw the proto-type for this kit in  Silverton in 1951 on his first trip on the Durango-Silverton train.  (In those days, it was a mixed train with both freight and passenger cars and the train crew served coffee to the...
    5904
    $28.00
  • Utility Building

    Utility Building

    $7.95
    Utility Building This little building is suitable for many applications in your layout. Footprint of the building is 1.15″ (w) x 1.4″ (d). Height of the building is 1.6″. The kit includes the barrels shown in the photo. Doors and windows are cast...
    5914
    $7.95
  • Second Class Saloon

    Second Class Saloon

    $32.95
    Second Class Saloon In 1882, Wyatt Earp left Tombstone, Arizona to move west and operate several saloons.  Among the towns in which he set up these saloons were San Diego in California, Tonopah in Nevada and Nome in Alaska.  The Second Class Saloon was...
    5900
    $32.95
  • Valley Feed & Seed Valley Feed & Seed

    Valley Feed & Seed

    $32.00
    Valley Feed & Seed Our feed store is typical of many structures found in agricultural communities throughout the US from the 1920’s to present times.  Our proto-type is a feed store located in Salina, Utah–adjacent to the D&RG tracks.  The footprint...
    5911
    $32.00