PLANS for Kits click Plans with Kits

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#7102

 

Revised - PLANS for Flag Stop Station
An ideal starting "stone" project using Stone & Cement building technique. This small real stone building lends detail anywhere on your railroad. One full-size 24" x 36" sheets includes 6 CAD drawings (below) with a total of 80+ photos, many in full color. Plus 4 pages of updated info on modeling, window and door gluing.

 

 


$ 9.90

#7104
New
PLANS for Assay Office (small storefront)
An ideal starting "storefront" project using Stone & Cement building technique. This small building makes an ideal Post Office, Gunsmith or other on Main Street. Two full-size 24" x 36" sheets includes 6 CAD drawings (below) with a total of 96+ photos, many in full color. Plus 4 pages of updated info on modeling, window and door gluing. Full modeling kit #7204 Available

$ 14.90

#7105
PLANS for the Glade Creek Mill
(aka Babson, WV)
A larger modeling project usng Stone & Cement building technique. Three full-size 24" x 36" sheets includes 6 CAD drawings (below) with a total of 92 photos, many in full color. Shows photos from real mill and how to paint your model. Addtl 4 pages of updated info on modeling, window and door gluing. Supporting mill components, wheels, sluices, windows and doors available.


$ 15.90



#7116
PLANS for 3-Story Mill
PLANS for 3-Story Waterwheel Mill are shown in 3 full pages sized 24" x 36" showing 1:24 scale CAD drawings at actual size.For Larger Click on Picture (right) of 3-Story Mill


 


$ 17.95





#7109

 

Small Depot PLANS
With 2 full sized 24" x 36" pages showing plans at full size. Includes 76+ photos - some in full color, 6 CAD drawings, 8 pages with info on the latest updates to Stone & Cement technique plus suggested doors and windows.
Footprint 10" x 5".


$14.90
#7107
PLANS for "Bakery" (Corner Store)
New techniques for usng Stone & Cement building technique. Two full-size 24" x 36" sheets. includes 6 CAD drawings (below) with a total of 100+ photos, many in full color. Covers details from old "main street" photos for signage etc. Addtl 4 pages of updated info on modeling, window and door gluing. Supporting cornices, windows and doors available.


 

 

$14.90




HOW TOs

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#7021

New

How to cast: The Concrete Sluice that looks good . . . and lasts.
How to create a detailed 2" concrete sluice using the 2" laser details (shown below) that will last forever.Includes storyboard instruction, new techniques for Stone & Cement (uses Quikrete Vinyl Conrete Patcher), plus casting your concrete sluice, "setting your mill", creating your raceway and more. 12 pgs. B/W, 70+ Photos and 10+ Drawings, 8 1/2" x 11"

$ 4.50

#7016
How To Build Curved Bridges & Viaducts
Hands-on development of patterns and formwork to create curved (and tips on circular) bridges and viaducts. Does not use formula work – all measurements are made on paper with curved track, ruler, pencil, pins and string. 40 photos and drawings. 8 pages. (#7051 recommended for understanding layup technique).

$ 4.00

#7014
How To Build A Stone Arch Bridge
Illustrates the 6 basic pre-cut stone shapes, construction methods, has storyboard instructions, plans and more. 76 photos & 7 drawings, 12 pages
(Product Review in Garden Railways 6/00. See Reviews)

$ 4.95

#7011
How-To Build Stone or Concrete Portals
Includes review of design details for the Classic Cut Stone Portal and 7 concrete Portals and how to create them 23 photos, 10 drawings, 8 pages. Newer techniques and info included in #7051


$ 4.95

#7012
How-To: "Cut Stone Portals"
Shows prototype portals, styles, construction methods, pre-cut stone shapes, includes storyboard instructions, and plans. 20 photos & 3 drawings, 4 pgs


$ 2.25

#7018
PLANS: DSP&P Como Roundhouse
History, Measurements, photo details, and modeling notes. 23 photos, 9 drawings, 12 pages

$ 10.00

#7015
Stone Bridge Abutments
Shows prototype abutment styles, how to measure, construction method using simple cardboard forms for use with vinyl patch cement with storyboard instructions. 23 photos, 4 pgs

$2.25

#7019
Post Rock Fence
Yes! They did make fence posts from rock. Of course there were no trees in the landscape.When you drive Interstate 40 you'll see stone fence posts in an area 200 miles West and 40 miles wide near Russell, Kansas.
#40KS comes from Post Rock Quarry
A Post Rock Fence. 4 photos, 2 drawings,1 page

$ .50