Golden Valley Canning Company - Kit

This is the HO Scale Golden Valley Canning Company - Kit from Walthers.

Walthers Golden Valley Canning Company - Kit HO Scale Model Railroad Building #3018
 (3)
 Walthers # wrr3018
$29.99
 
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Walthers Item # wrr3018
Specifications :
  • Walthers Product Number: 933-3018
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 408
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"pleasantly surprised"
tlk012
was very pleased with this cannery I really enjoyed putting this one together a lot of times they can be very difficult to put together but this one went very well & am very pleased with realistic it was when finished

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Features

Railroads plays a big part in putting food on the tables of Americans each and every day. Canned and frozen foods move in bulk from regional operations like the Golden Valley Canning Company to cities around the country, where they are transported to local stores for sale. Canneries can be found in small towns and larger cities, producing everything from fruit and vegetables to meats, jellies and sauces. This kit comes with everything needed to create an authentic steam- or diesel-era cannery, including a main canning building, boiler house, smokestack, steam pipes, roof-top water tank and separate windows and doors.


Specs

  • Walthers Product Number: 933-3018
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 408



Reviews

  
 
"Great Value"
Grant S. (North Carolina)
Golden Valley Canning Co. gives you two good looking, functional buildings for just $30. It's a great value and lends itself very well to kit bashing. The pieces were all flash-free, with the exception of the three roof top ventilators and a bit of the stairs. Nothing was warped and everything went together well, even the two halves of the water tower. Some of the pieces were difficult to separate from the sprue. In my kit the last page of the instructions was blank, but the full instructions can be easily downloaded from the Walthers website. I modified mine pretty heavily, basically cutting it in half lengthwise and putting the halves together to make a longer building to place against a wall. I did the same with the smaller building and put it on a platform next to the larger building. I did not use the supplied base.

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