Structures made from kits

 

As I mentioned before, the structures I made directly from kits are usually small. They may be stand alone buildings or part of a larger industry scene. The smallest of these is a hand car shed made by Tichy that is being used as a tool shed at Powhatan Mine. The largest is Hanna Steel Corporation in Ensley, which was the Milton A. Corporation kit from Pikestuff. While these were all made from kits, I did add a few exterior details,  interior lighting to many of them and interior wall photos in the houses. Click on the images below to see several of the finished structures made directly from kits. Each picture will say who made the kit, the name of the kit and where it is on the layout.

Pikestuff - Small Engine House - Birmingport

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City Classics - Carnegie Street Mfg. - now Shelby Steel in Ensley

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Rix - Maxwell Ave House - Ensley

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Pikestuff - Milton A Corp. kit - now Hanna Steel in Ensley - front of building - added roof details, lighting, crane, fencing, etc.

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Pikestuff - Milton A Corp. kit - now Hanna Steel in Ensley - back of building - added roof details, lighting, crane, fencing, etc.

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NUCOMP - mobile home kit - Mulga. Car shed was scratch built.

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Campbell Scale Models - Farm House - Mulga

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Rix - Maxwell Avenue House w/side porch - in Mulga. Added lights and interior details as well as back deck.

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Branchline Laser-Art Hudson Garage - in Mulga. Added metal roof.

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Tichy - Handcar Shed - tool shed at Powhatan Mine

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This is a Rix water tank. All I did was add a spill containment berm around it with a walkway over it.

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Walthers - Bud's Trucking Co. background building. Now Birmingham Recycle & Recovery

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