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Broach Supplies

  • "Broach Supplies" freight depot
  • US modeller Travis Glass joined the freight depot to the ore bin to make an interesting line-up
  • Sliding sash windows and sliding front doors can be swapped front/rear.
  • Reverse stairways both ends create intricate look from all aspects
  • Elevated walkway makes for an interesting structure
  • Platform, stairs and upper deck parts.
  • Internal rafters and frames
  • Broach Supplies freight depot
  • Broach Supplies key dimensions
Price:
£59.50
SKU:
KHM250
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Product Description

On30 laser-cut structure kit "Broach Supplies"

Note: this kit is made to order - there is approx 1 week lead time before shipping

A space saving model full of character. Can be used on level ground, or with rear door access from elevated scenery as used on my Silver Creek layout.

Modular assembly with parts packed in separate packs makes assembly straight-forward.

Stairways and elevated gantries make for an interesting structure.

The 12" of platform is a useful place for freight-loading detail and can be extended with additional 6" platform sections (available seperately)

Shingle and tarpaper roofing options included.

Approx footprint 11.25" x 4". key dimensions below:-

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For a detailed view of the kit, please have a look at the instructions by clicking the icon below. This is an image shrunk version - you'll be mailed a higher quality image version when you order.

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 US modeller Travis Glass included the freight depot next to KHM's ore bin. the platform height lines up nicely. extra details bring it to life.

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  1. Broach Supplies Build 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jun 2019

    I have completed the Broach Supplies and the Lineside Shed and am now working on the Ore Bin and Tipple. When done I will put all 3 together on my layout. Both the Borach Supplies and Lineside Shed turned out very well. These are the 2nd and 3rd kits I've built from Kitwood Hills, with the Ore Bin being the 4th. Your skills improve the more kits you build as many of the techniques Simon uses are the same so you get better and better. I gave 4 instead of 5 stars as the directions were sometimes hard for me to follow and the pictures were dark. I wish there had been clearer directions with more pics, but other than that Simon makes a great kit. I'll be buying another here shortly.


  2. a realistic detailed structure 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th May 2013

    evenings of building fun. did some painting and tried to make it lood old.
    cannot wait to start with the Mine Ore Bin and Tipple.