Middlesex Manufacturing Co. - Kit

This is the HO Scale Middlesex Manufacturing Company Kit from Atlas.

Atlas Middlesex Manufacturing Co. - Kit HO Scale Model Railroad Building #721
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 Atlas # atl721
$53.09
 
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Atlas Item # atl721
Features :
  • Authentic 19th Century style.
  • Usable for almost any industry.
  • Loading dock.
  • Brick panels to blank out windows.
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Spotlight Review

 
"This is a great building for kitbashing"
rbmz
Seen some great kit bashes of Middlesex Manufacturing. Mine will be cool also

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Features

  • Authentic 19th Century style.
  • Usable for almost any industry.
  • Loading dock.
  • Brick panels to blank out windows.

Specs

  • Scale: HO 1/87
  • Length: approx. 15" (381mm)
  • Depth: approx. 5-1/2" (139.7mm)

Includes

One structure


Requirements & Suggestions

  • Assembly
  • Hobby knife
  • Plastic cement
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Reviews

  
 
"Excellent kit - good for kitbashing"
ajkwings
Going to use for kit bashing background flat - will combine using 2 Atlas Middlesex Manufacturing kits for an even longer building flat

 
"Atlas Middlesex Manufacturing"
Grant S. (North Carolina)
This is essentially a large, rectangular building with an elevator shaft at one end and a stairwell in the middle of one side. Its very basicness makes it eminently suitable for modification. There was, amazingly, no flash on any piece. There were a few nubs, though. The detail is good, except for the loading dock, which I didn't use anyway. Likewise the stairs and railings are ill-proportioned and bulky. I replaced those with my own. The roof is very plain and deserves some added texture like sandpaper of simulated tar paper. I sprayed mine with texture paint and then painted it. The instructions are average, and like all instructions they expect you to build the model unpainted. Always paint first! I primed the walls and sponge painted them with brick red, adding various highlights with paint and Tamiya weathering powders. Then I sealed the walls and added mortar by painting on a thin solution of white OIL based paint and thinner. I air-brushed the windows and doors and sponged on some weathering colors. Glue the windows into the walls, add the acetate then glue it all together. I modified mine by cutting some loading doors in a wall and filling in some of the windows on the bottom floor. Note that there are three different kinds of windows, all the same size. A few with 4 panes, and the rest divided about equally between 12 and 16 panes. I didn't even realize this when I was building the kit until it was too late! Ultimately I am quite happy with this building as it looks great and fits exactly where I needed it to go. Don't be put off by the TERRIBLE paint job shown in the item listing! I know, let's just paint the whole thing red! It'll look great!

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