Cash Mine Works features:
Cash Mine Works was inspired by my friend Dave Cash's scratchbuilt model of the Silver King Ore House in Park City, Utah. Dave scratchbuilt the model from plans in the October 1960 issue of Model Railroader. This is an excellent structure to model with interesting and varied roof lines. Many exposed structural frames. And covered loading areas for 2 tracks or use one for rail and the other for truck loading. Great looks of a contest winning craftsman style kit, but laser-cutting makes it easy to build.
Over 230 laser-cut pieces including walls, floors and subroof with tab and slot connections. Doors, trim and roofing have a peel--n-stick backing for easy assembly. 42 Grandt Line or Tichy plastic windows with laser cut "glass". And of course, signs.
N kit dimensions .......(4.00" deep x 4.50" wide x 5.50" tall) (3.31" track center-to-center)
HO kit dimensions….(7.50" deep x 8.50" wide x 10.25" tall) (6.10" track center-to-center)