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4 Barriers
 
$4.32
 
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8 Barriers
 
$6.76
 
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16 Barriers
 
$12.52
 
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Our Concrete Barriers are made out of a Lead Free white metal and are easily paintable a Concrete Color. They are exact replicas of the 4' Straight V-Block Concrete Barrier.


N Scale
N Gauge
1:160 Scale
 
 
 
 

 

 

Wood Tunnel Portal

1 Portal

 
$8.80
 
# 015 002 387 007
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Tunnel portals were used around the entrances and exits of tunnels to prevent loose rocks and debris from falling.

You can leave them bare (like newer wood panels) or paint a gray color (like weathered wood).

Options for use:
1)Tunnel Entrance


N Scale
N Gauge
1:160 Scale

 
 
 

 

 

Wood Right & Left Abutments

1Right & 1 Left

 
$16.34
 
# 015 002 387 008
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Abutments were used to the left and/or right of tunnel portals to prevent loose rocks and debris from falling.

Abutments can be used as a stepped retaining wall to hold back loose rocks and dirt.

You can leave them bare (like newer wood panels) or paint a gray color (like weathered wood).


Options for use:
1)Abutment for Tunnel Portal (Matched Tunnel Portal #015 002 387 007)
2)Step Retaining Wall


N Scale
N Gauge
1:160 Scale

 
 
 

 

 

Wood Retaining Wall
or
Inside Tunnel Wall

1 Wall

 
$14.58
 
# 015 002 387 009
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Retaining walls were used to hold back loose rocks and dirt in a hill cut.

Our retaining walls were created to line up with the Tunnel Portals..

You can leave them bare (like newer wood panels) or paint a gray color (like weathered wood).


Options for use:
1) Retaining Wall on cut in Hill
2) Inside Wall for Tunnel (Matches Wood Tunnel Portal #015 002 387 007)


N Scale
N Gauge
1:160 Scale

 
 
 

 

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General Shed with Shingle Roof

1 Shed Kit

 
$22.36
 
# 015 002 190 004B
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Enhance your layout with this incredibly versatile, historically accurate craftsman version, the kit is constructed out of laser etched styrene but on top of the plastic sheathing you can attach a fiber shingle roof to give this versatile building and older look.. This kit is packed with detail and is sure to have a place in your collection, on your layout, and in your heart.

This General Shed is modeled off of an actual one in the Town of Holland, Wisconsin. It can be used on a farm or by railroad tracks in a yard. The real one was used on a farm for many different uses over the years. From storage, to a chicken coop, etc. It has gone through many changes and different states of repair and disrepair.

N Scale
N Gauge
1:160 Scale

 
 
 

 

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General Shed with Metal Roof

1 Shed Kit

 
$22.36
 
# 015 002 190 004A
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Enhance your layout with this incredibly versatile, historically accurate building. Constructed out of laser etched styrene, this kit is on the cutting edge of model creation! Makes a great plastic kit packed with detail and is sure to have a place in your collection, on your layout, and in your heart.

This General Shed is modeled off of an actual one in the Town of Holland, Wisconsin. It can be used on a farm or by railroad tracks in a yard. The real one was used on a farm for many different uses over the years. From storage, to a chicken coop, etc. It has gone through many changes and different states of repair and disrepair.

N Scale
N Gauge
1:160 Scale

 
 
 

 

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Boxcar Grain Panel Door

18 Panels

 
$5.46
 
# 015 002 810 006
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Add just the right amount of detail to more than just your layout! Your rolling stock has a part to play in your miniature empire. Boxcar grain doors have been sought after by model railroaders for years. Add them to boxcar rolling stock, stack them next to tracks, or pile them near a grain elevator. Made from actual laser cut wood, these tiny accessories add the perfect amount of prototypical dimension to layouts everywhere!

Boxcar grain doors were used for containing grain inside boxcars for transit and used well into the late 1980s. All grain hauling railroads in the Midwest, Pacific Northwest, and Canada utilized this method. Back in 1939 sixteen railroads, which included AT&SF, CB&Q, RI, MP, UP, IC, SLSF, MKT, Wabash, Alton, CGW, C&NW, CStPM&O, GN, NP, Soo Line, and Milwaukee Road, set out to divide the expense of grain doors.

The boards would be installed on the inside of the boxcar door and then the grain would be blown into the boxcar over the boards or through chutes in the sides of the boxcar. 40’ boxcars were primarily used, although 50’ boxcars were known to be used if there was a shortage.

This panel method was used in boxcars on narrow gauge lines, short lines, and Class A railroads going back to early railroading when everything was shipped in boxcars. True to their name, grain doors were used almost exclusively in boxcars hauling grain. However, these doors were put into service to haul other supplies like coal, including anthracite; and powdered dolomite limestone.


Options for use:

1)In Boxcar
2)Next to track near Grain Elevator.

 
 
 

 

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Storm Sewer Grate & Inlet

6 Grates & Inlets

 
$4.36
 
# 015 002 415 002

This Storm Sewer Grate is an exact replica of the one in the intersection of W. Duluth Ave and S. Massachusetts Ave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on 05-21-10. This same style has been used since the turn of the 20th century through present day; throughout the Midwest and east coast, from big cities to small towns.

These Sewer Grates & Inlets feature intricate details and are pre-scored to make assemby a snap! Other applications include separate inlet and sewer grate pieces to allow for a more custom fit to your layout.

Options for use:
1) Sewer Grate next to curb and inlet in Curb.

2) Sewer Grate next to curb but inlet not used.

3) Sewer Grate in alley or any where storm water needs to drain.

 
 
 

 

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Manhole Cover

8 Manhole Covers

 
$4.36
 
# 015 002 415 001

This manhole cover is an exact replica of the one in the intersection of W. Duluth Ave and S. Massachusetts Ave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on 05-21-10. This same style has been used since the turn of the 20th century through present day; throughout the Midwest and east coast, from big cities to small towns.

These manhole covers feature fine details like the webbing and the word 'sewer,' right down to the notch used to lift the cover up.

Options for use:
1) In Streets

2) In Parking Lots

3) In Sidewalk

4) Anywhere you see manhole covers are used