Congress enacted the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 and we must now note that these ARE NOT TOYS, AND ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY CHILDREN UNDER AGE OF 14. These products are Model Railroad Equipment and Accessories intended for use by adults.
Wood Loading Ramp Kit
#BLR-374 Wood Loading Ramp
• Kit Dimensions: 2.25" L x 0.63" W x .31" T
$11.95 retail ea. • $9.56
Laser-Cut wood structure featuring precision cut parts
Laser-Cut for easy assembly and professional looks
This structure is our easiest to build kit
This structure was and still is found at trackside on nearly every railroad in the United States and Canada. This is a neat little structure for your railroad yards, stations and industrial areas of any era. Whether you model steam, early diesel or contemporary railroading this kit will look great on your layout. If you have never built a laser cut kit, this is the one to start with. Assembly does not get any easier than with the Blair Line Loading Ramp.
Shotgun House Kit
#BLR-379 Shotgun House
• Kit Dimensions: 0.75" x 2.13"
$18.95 retail ea. • $15.16
Laser-Cut Walls, Doors, Windows, Floor, and Sub-Roof
Cast metal chimney
Laser-Cut Peel-N-Stick trim and roofing for easy assembly
Designed to be built with or without the back porch addition
The "row house" of the South and Appalachia, this style of house was also found in many other parts of the USA. This kit that will also make an excellent company house or down-by-the-tracks type house. Where you found one shotgun house you usually found several side-by-side. These structures were typically one room wide and two or more rooms deep with the main entry on the gable end of the house. The name "shotgun house" comes from the fact you could open the front and back doors and fire a shotgun through the house without hitting any walls. Elvis was raised in one too!