These kits will be run from time to time in batches on no set schedule.
If the price has an active link to order, they are available and you should order it right away.
If the link to order them is NOT active then catch them the next time around.
Prices do not include shipping.


These kits are among our easiest with almost all details
except doors and windows cast in and are perfect
for the beginning modeler to learn on or for a more
experienced modeler to quickly populate a town.


They are designed to be assembled using just the basics:
a hobby knife, file or sandpaper, CA, and your choice of paint.


They allow a lot of room for adding aftermarket details to personalize each one.

While we are getting the instructions done, here are some that are in the chute.
This building features a flat stone foundation, brick ledges under windows, vertical brick decoration on front and rear, and is designed to fit perfectly with our sidewalk.

Enlarged wall sections can be seen by clicking the images to the right.
This building features a cut stone foundation with large display windows on the 1st floor front and large office windows on the 2nd floor, perfect for adding interiors.

There is a loading door on the left side rear of the building. Distinctive brick decoration is on the front and the sides step down about a scale foot to the rear. It is designed to fit perfectly with our sidewalk.

Enlarged wall sections can be seen by
clicking the images to the right.
This building features a cut stone foundation with large display windows on the 1st floor front and both sides. This would be great as a stand alone so all windows can be filled.
The second floor is full of windows of
offices and storerooms

There is a loading door on the rear of the building. The sides step down about a scale 18" to the rear which has a pair of scupper holes set for downspouts. It is designed to fit perfectly with our sidewalk.

Enlarged wall sections can be seen by
clicking the images to the right.
This building was "originally built" as a structure
that was not as deep but later owners doubled the depth of it for a larger enterprise. In doing so they did cut corners and used a less expensive brick pattern on the side extensions and the new rear.
It still has the high ceiling first floor as indicated
by the front door with a transom above.

The Flemish Bond brick pattern with every other brick on end, tended to be more expensive to build because it used more bricks. That made it a perfect statement of the owner's financial success and thus high quality of merchandise to be seen within them. This kit is designed to fit perfectly with our sidewalks.

Enlarged wall sections can be seen by
clicking the images to the right.
This building features a larger double door with 5 large display windows on the 1st floor front and side so that it is perfect for either corner. There are two smaller doors, one for the back room and the other for the businesses with offices above.

There is a large signboard on two of the walls ready for your name or ours.

Enlarged wall sections can be seen by
clicking the images to the right.
With the 2 display windows in front this is the perfect middle building between others but it also has a nice spread of open bricks for advertising on the sides. With the decorative brick above the first floor doors and windows, this would be perfect for a number of smaller businesses or even apartments above.

The roof has a gentle slope and there are a pair of drain scuppers near the top of the rear wall.


Enlarged wall sections can be seen by
clicking the images to the right.
This smaller building with the terra-cotta decorative work between floors on the front of the building is perfect for a business that is viewed as expensive yet does not need a lot of space such as a watch and clock store, tobacco store, Men's furnishings store, or gunsmith. With the swappable side walls, you can make the most of the advertising space on the blank lower wall or the window.

The roof has a gentle slope and there is a single drain scuppers near center and top of the rear wall.


Enlarged wall sections can be seen by
clicking the images to the right.
Relative sizes of structures.        All are the same scale.         Scroll down for larger views.