FEED STORE & FEED STORE ANNEX 2-in-1 KIT SMM/YORKE/O/ON3/ON3O
Originally, the prototype for these two kits is a structure located in the territory of the Colorado & Southern (C&S) Narrow Gauge Railroad in Idaho Springs, Colorado. The full story can be found in the March/April 1984 issue of The Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette by Harry Brunk.
This structure has been selectively compressed a little, but captures the prototype's feel and appeal and renamed, ''The Feed Store and The Feed Store Annex.'' Each kit structure is a complete freestanding structure that may be used alone or combined with its mate to form a rather large complex. An interesting structure can be created by keeping the two structures in relation to one another as shown in the photo, but perhaps 10' to 12' apart with a covered loading dock between them. Use your imagination. If the two structures are to be permanently joined as in the kit instruction photo, leave off the "hidden" end wall on The Feed Store and add bracing at wall joints between the structures. The option is yours!
Foot Prints: 6" x 7" & 5" x 8". Kit weights 7-8 Pounds & is well packed.
This kit comes with the Labstone castings cast from original Thomas A Yorke master patterns & molds.This kit incudes many nicely detailed stone and brick castings, Grandt Line windows, doors, chimneys, and lampshades, four chimneys, 6 each barrels & boxes, Kappler Lumber, scale drawings, color photo on the box, Doctor Ben's How-To #3.