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Woss Camp Water Tower


The tower from Woss camp of the Canadian Logging Railroad in the Nimpkish Valley in central Vancouver Island BC. The tower was used till the 1970's and many thanks to Tom Beaton for drawing this tank so a little piece of logging history could be saved in model form.


Single Stall Engine House
(With Doors)


Reminiscent of the early days of railroads the RS Laserkits Single Stall Engine House and Side Shop is a blend of several of the features seen on many of the short lines, logging bases, and mines throughout the country. These structures allowed typical maintenance and storage for a wide range of locomotive and rolling stock services. These scenes are reflected in the older photographs of yesteryears railroads. These kits have full inside framing.
Footprint: 2.25" x 4.5"


Single Stall Engine House
(Without Doors)


Reminiscent of the early days of railroads the RS Laserkits Single Stall Engine House and Side Shop is a blend of several of the features seen on many of the short lines, logging bases, and mines throughout the country. These structures allowed typical maintenance and storage for a wide range of locomotive and rolling stock services. These scenes are reflected in the older photographs of yesteryears railroads. These kits have full inside framing.
Footprint: 2.25" x 4.5"


Greg's Saloon and Repair Shop


A small structure based on a design by Paul Templar. Has Saloon doors and all signs as shown.The saloon is named for the husband of one of my co-workers that has cancer and could not find a Saloon for his layout.
Footprint: 2.0" x 2.7"


Paul's Repair


Another kit based on Paul Templar's design. This time a repair and horse shoeing shop. Kit comes with the printed signs and a glue down tar paper roof.
Footprint: 2.0" x 2.7".


Split-Level Outhouse


A real eye opening conversation piece. For that special spot on the layout. See how many of your visitors notice this little gem.


Wills Feed and Seed


One of the 5 structures in our new complex of kits. With a foot print of 5" by 5" this makes for a main industry. It includes 2 different roof signs, laser cut plywood walls, laser cut widows and trim, plus glazing, loading dock stairs and foundation. Comes with a metal roof.


5 Bay Open Storage Shed


Second structure for the Feed and Seed complex is a 5 Bay Open Storage Shed. With a foot print of 2" by 6" it has plenty of storage room. Laser kit stud back and end wall framing with plywood sheeting for the exterior walls and enough to sheet the inside of any two interior bays. Roll roofing is included.


(3 pack)


Out house’s were an icon until the late 50 in most of rural America and still many are in use today. The kit includes 3 unique out houses with seats. Two single stall and one two stall. Use them behind the house or barn, or in your yard so your train crew has a place to go read.


Dave's House


Typical 1-1/2 story frame house. These structures can be found anywhere.
Footprint 2" x 2 1/8".


One Car Garage


Comes with doors as shown, plus a new roll-up door. Makes it suitable for any era layout.
Footprint 1" x 2".


Eatery At Forks


This Building is based on the original Eating house on the C&S at Forks. Built in the 1890’s and based on drawings in Harry Brunks book Up Clear Creek.
Footprint 1.75” x 3.25”.


24-7 Deli


A Deli based on made found all on any corner in any city. The kit includes a Pop machine and a coin operated Ice machine. Also included is a based with sidewalls around the building.
Footprint 1.75” x 3.25”.


Log Lodge


Base on many of the newer log houses and lodges being built all over the country.
Footprint 3.0” x 4.0”.


Log Cabin


Based on one of many log cabins built by the early settlers all over the country. Many are still being used today as summer or hunting camps and at resorts as overnight lodgings.
Footprint 1.25” x 1.25”.


Derelict Passenger Car


This car was made to replicate a abandoned passenger car that has seen much better days. These can still be found in yards or on abandoned lines.


The Saw Filers Shack


This kit is based on one used by the Manary Logging Co. in the 1920's. It also could be used today as a flower-garden shop or Artist Studio and look great. All 20 of the front and side widows are laser cut as double hung and can be positioned in any open layout you want. The kit is supplied with skids and all the parts are laser cut from micro plywood, the only parts not supplied are the cast detail parts For an independent review of this kit check out
The Modelers Guild (link below)


Logging Bunk House Car


The camp bunk house kit is base on those found here in the pacific northwest in the early 1900s through the end of railroad logging. Most of these houses were build on skids then loaded on a flat car and taken to the log camp. The kit is sizes to fit on a 36 ft. Flat car and is supplied with skids. The kit is cut from Micro plywood and the trim and widows are from sticky back veneer stock. The roof material is glue down tar paper.
Footprint: 0.6" x 2.85"


The Skid Shack
(2 per kit)


These little shacks were used by Weyerhauser at their McDonald-Vail camps. They had built over 90 of them. After the end of Railroad logging they were used as crossing shacks and storage shacks. With a foot print of 10 x 20 feet they will fit almost anywhere. Kit inclues 2 shacks and 4 bunk bed kits. Thanks to Frank Telewski PH. D. for the use of his drawings.


The Camp/Dinning Shack


Based on those found in the pacific northwest from the early 1900s to the end of RR logging.
Footprint: 0.6" x 2.85"


Logging Cook or Kitchen Shack


Based on the Cherry Valley Lumber Car in the North-West.
Footprint: 0.6" x 2.85"


1880s Gem Hotel or Zelda's B&B


This could either be a thriving steam era hotel or a refurbished building for tourists in your area.
Footprint: 2.50" x 3.75".


Dakra's Dry Goods


This little shop is typical of businesses in small towns across the country. Some are still standing today, they have been renovated for a variety of uses.
Footprint: 1.60 x 2.25 inches


Cheltenham Station


Is one of many built to a standard design in Southern Ontario, Canada around the turn of the century. The last one used was in Cheltenham and was replaced in the late 1950's. So this station can be used right through the transition period.
Footprint (including platform): 3.0” x 4.75”.


Loading Dock


Here's a structure found on every railroad in any town. Little loading docks like these have been used since the start of railroading and are still in use today. They service the industries that do not have access to a siding so they can unload rail cars, semi trucks etc. The dock is 10 by 40 feet with a positionable ramp of 10 by 19 feet.


Wood Truss Rod Bridge
(55' Span)


Kit has 4 1/8" to 4 1/2" between supports.


Plantation Store


Based on the Oliver Plantation store built in 1908. The store was still in use in the late 1980’s. Kit includes laser cut plywood walls, laser cut windows and doors, BIS corrugated roofing. roll roofing and a sign sheet with different names for the structure.
Footprint: 3.5" x 4.25".


Main Street Store


False front stores like these were a staple on main streets all over North America.
Footprint: 1.75 x 2.25 inches.


Old Town Shop


This could be a Blacksmith shop, Gunsmith shop, Carriage Repair shop or any other tradesman's shop.
Footprint: 1.75" x 2.25".


Cape House


Contains laser cut wood walls, Laser board windows and doors plus laser cut roofing.
Footprint: 1.75" x 2.0".


Cape Garage


Contains laser cut wood walls, Laser board windows and doors plus laser cut roofing.
Footprint" 1 7/8” by 2”


Two Stall Block Engine House


A concrete block engine house/car repair building that could be found on any branch line or short line. Kit includes the service pits, metal roofing ,laser cut windows and trim and laser cut heavy art board walls with engraved block pattern. The roof is remove able to show off the interior truss framing and service pits.
Footprint: 3.25" x 6.5" (Hole for service pits 3.125" x 5.125").


Deadwood Gazette/LG’s Billiards


A small country store that fits in any era from the 1800’s to today.
Contains laser cut wood walls, Laser board windows and doors plus laser cut roofing.
Footprint: 1 3/8" x 2 1/8".


Silver Cliff Firehouse - Town Hall


The Silver Cliff Colorado firehouse and town hall was built in 1879 and still stands today. It is one of the few original building still left in the small town and today is used as a Museum.
Footprint: 1 13/16" x 3 1/8th"


Tom’s Country Store


Based on a store in Jefferson Oregon.
Footprint: 1 1/4” x 2”


Linden Freight House


The freight house at the crossing of the Mono and Nickel Plate Railroads at Linden Indiana.
Footprint: 3 3/8” x 4 1/4“


BillCo. Freight


Walls are laser cut bass wood with Tichy windows and doors, laser cur basswood dock framing with a ply deck with engraved nail holes. Set of laser cut stairs and assembly jig.
Footprint: Building - 1.25" x 1.25", Dock - 1.25" x 2.5".


Keystone Mill


The original Keystone Mill was built in the late 1900s and still stands today as a lumber yard in Pennsylvania. Each kit features a foundation cast by Motrak, board-on-board laser-cut siding, and Northeastern lap siding. This kit is limited to a run of 200 so reserve yours today.
Footprint: 2.5" x 6.5".


Vicky’s Veggie’s


A road side stand that can be used any were in any era. You will find many uses for this little building. Includes interior display cabinets plus a downloadable interior framing sheet by Clever models.
Footprint - 2 1/8” x 2 1/4” for the base.


Roundtree Farms Barn


A small Gambled roofed barn as found on many Farms around the country. This design is ageless and has been used since the mid 1800’s
Footprint - 2 9/16” x 4 1/2” for the base.


Munson Building


Contains laser cut laser board walls, Laser board windows and doors. plus Fire escapes.
Footprint: 2.25” x 3.0”


Jeff’s Roach Shack


Jeff's (home of the best Burger in town) is a small road side stand that is modeled after one near Salem, OR and will fit in most any era and has many uses. Kit included Tichy and Grandt Line parts plus two picnic table kits and a sign sheet with 5 Different names. The Roach shack is a play on what the lunch trucks that deliver food to job sites have been called for years.
Footprint: 1-1/4 “ by 1-3/8”


Bob’s Barrel Factory


A prefect small building with many uses. Use as a Freight house, warehouse or small factory. Includes Lean-to extension, several window, door and chimney options plus 12 wood barrels and 10 pallets, metal roofing, Northeastern lap siding and doors.
Footprint: 3-3/8 “ by 4-1/2”


Carl’s Cabin


Carl’s cabin is like many that were found in logging and mining camps. Today you will find them used as hunting camps, vacation getaways and can even be used as a wrong side of the tracks house.
Footprint: 1 1/4” by 2 1/4”


Speeder Shed


This shed is based on a speeder shed on the late John Allen's G&D layout. Kit includes, fuel oil tank code 40 weathered rail for the speeder track strip wood for the rail in fill decks.
Speeder also included with kit.
Footprint: 1” by 2 1/2”


Northern Enclosed Water Tower


Based on the Canadian Pacific enclosed water tower. The kit includes laser cut parts and Grandt-Line detail parts.
Footprint: 2.25" x 2.25" x 4" tall.


Consolidated Timber Camp Shacks


The kit builds 5 camp shacks based on the ones used by Consolidated Timber in North western Oregon in the 30’s. Kit contains parts to build 5 camp shacks. Included are 10 side walls , 12 end walls, Metal corrugated roofing and strip wood for the skids. DOES NOT include trucks or disconnects.


Mispillion Lighthouse


Kit based on the light house built in 1873 and in use until 1929. Light NOT included.
Footprint: 2" by 2 3/8".


Madden Corner Water Tank


Kit contains Laser cut wood parts and Grandt Line detail parts to make one tank and tower. Pump house is included.
Footprint: 1-1/4” by 1-1/4”.


Redneck Garage


A run down, falling down Garage with outside bracing holding it up. Kit includes interior stud framing, Exterior siding and engraved nail holes, siding cut out to expose the framing, laser cut windows and trim plus the window glass is laser cut from broken windows. A great first wood laser kit because even if you don’t get all the joints perfect it just adds to the run down look. Vines not included but directions give a easy way to make them.
Footprint: 1-3/4” by 1-3/4”.


Brick Farm House


A brick farm house patterned after ones back in my old home town area in upstate NY. Includes Pre-colored slate roofing, Tichy windows and doors and Grandt-Line chimneys.
Footprint: 2-1/2” by 3”.


Roundtree Farm House


A wood framed farm house patterned after ones back in my old home town area in upstate NY. Includes Pre-colored slate roofing, Tichy windows and doors and Grandt-Line chimneys.
Footprint: 2-1/2” by 3”.


Courter Factory


The Courter Factory was built in Cobleskill NY in 1866 and over the years had many uses. The building was used by Stanton Courter as part of his lumber and manufacturing companies. By the 1920’s it was the home of Harter Silos. Harter had the patent for the wood and concrete silos seen all over the country and many of the kits were built in this building. Sadly the building burnt down in the late 50's early 60's. The building can be built with the loading dock on either side and the side addition can be moved or built as a stand alone structure
Footprint: main building 4" by 7" with out addition, 7" by 8" with addition. The Addition as a stand alone is 1.5" by 3".


The Grove


A typical downtown Brick building found on most downtown Main streets. Two Stores on the main floor and Apartment above with a back deck and stairs. Includes laser cut task board and basswood walls, laser cut windows and a sign sheet.
Footprint: 2.25 by 3.25 inches.


S.J. Asher Supply


Asher Supply is a small Stone building that has many uses. Could be a track side freight house or warehouse. Or a in town contractors supply house.
Footprint: 2 3/8 by 6 1/2 inches.


Harris Door Manufacturing


Harris door is a background kit and is modeled after some track side industries found in most towns that had manufacturing.
Footprint: 8 3/8 by 1 1/2 inches.


Canadian Northern Standard Freight House


Canadian Northern Railway Standard 24' x 35' Freight House.
This kit was based on the original 1907 drawings.
Foot Print: 2.25" x 2.625"


Log Saloon


A saloon built in Virginia City, Montana about 1875. It was constructed primarily of rough 6x12 timbers, laid up log cabin style. The finished and ornamented false front provided a sharp contrast to the rough cabin construction.
Foot Print: 1.25" x 2.375"


Medford General Store


This kit is typical of many of the small town General Stores found all over the country. With store in front and warehouse/mill in the back.
Kit contains laser cut wood walls, Tichy windows and our paper corrugated roofing.
Foot print: 2 1/2” x 4 1/2”


Olsen Poultry/Mail Pouch Barn


A small rural barn that can be found most anywhere. Kit includes the lean-to, foundation, signs for the poultry end, and a stencil for the Mail Pouch sign. All other material to built it but Glue a paint.

Foot print with Lean-to 3 x 4 inches


First Bank Building


A prefect small brick building for that downtown main street. Includes interior parts including a partition wall with teller windows, two tables for the lobby and interior lighting by a supplied LED light.

Foot print with sidewalk
1 9/16 x 2 1/4 inches


Pool Hall


A prefect small building for that down town street or back road. Includes a full interior complete with 2 pool tables, Bar and back bar, Stools and cue rack plus wall paper. Also a LED light.

Foot print with sidewalk
1 3/4 x 2 3/4 inches


Lazinka Saw Mill


This is a craftsman kit ( not laser cut) of the Saw Mill that is on display at the High Desert Museum in Bend Or. And was originally at the Lazinka Homestead in Pilot Rock Or. Kit consists of wood strips , white metal casting for the planer , instructions and templates to build the kit.


Randolph Depot


The perfect station for any railroad. This kit has been designed to accurately represent the prototype structure in N scale. Builds either early or late version. More than 230 pieces of precision laser cut wood, + shingle sheets. Roof panels have scribed peal and stick installed.
Footprint: 3.0” wide x 3.754” deep.
Without platform: 2635” x 2.625”


Potato House


Includes Lean-to extension. Several Window, door and chimney options plus 12 wood barrels and 10 pallets Laser cut shingles, peal and stick on wall and roof boards. Laser Cut Accuracy – Precise Fit – Easy Assembly
Footprint: (including steps) 2.3758” x 4.5”


Storage / Handcar Shed / Machine Shop


This Track side shed is based on one found on the Illinois Central in the Levee yard in new Orleans but is similar to sheds found on all railroads from the late 1800’s on and can still be found today. This kit can be built either as a wood sided structure or as a later version that was reside in corrugated metal later in it’s life. Includes Tichy windows and laser cut doors.

Footprint: 1.375" x 2.375"


Small Ice House


Reminiscent of the ice house found in every town and hamlet before refrigeration became the norm. These would be used to store Ice for summer use and would be track side if there was a railroad or could even be near the lake or river where they cut the winter ice. This one is pattern after one that was on the DL&W in Northumberland ,PA.

Footprint: 1.375" x 2.375"


Gus' Shoes


A small shop that come with three Sign brackets. A Boot, a plain Oval and the Fish. Laser etched roofing and siding, peal and stick doors and windows.

Footprint 7/8” x 1 3/4”


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