Scenery Stuff Kits

Resin Car Works presents a series of simple HO scale kits that can enhance a scene on your model railroad. These kits will focus on common structures or loads for open top cars. Scenery Stuff kits will feature a one piece resin casting that will need to be painted by the modeler. Some kits may have additional details to reflect prototype practices. In many cases, a Scenery Stuff kit will have more than one casting for you to customize before setting into a scene on your railroad or freight car.

Production runs will be limited with no guarantee of reruns.

Please keep in mind these important points about Resin Car Works kits.

  1. All kits will be run in limited batches. Additional limited batches of specific kits may be run as demand warrants.
  2. All kits will contain custom parts; resin castings, decals, any special parts like photo-etchings, brake parts and instructions. These parts are supplied by small garage operations and arrive in batches for kit packaging. Staggered arrival of kit parts could delay filling orders for four to six weeks before everything is on hand.

Print out and complete this PDF file to order these Resin Car Works kits.

 
 

LOAD 01 - Boiler loads for open top freight cars - Two HO scale resin cast boiler loads for only $22!

The boilers are a one piece resin cast kit. Etched brass tie-down straps are included. Modelers must supply wood for proper blocking.

Boiler load kit instructions - PDF file

Here are a few prototype images.

Print out and complete this PDF file to order these Resin Car Works kits.

 

 


Grain Bins - Four HO scale resin cast bins for only $36!

This is a one piece resin cast kit. The models are 16 scale feet in diameter and about 18 scale feet tall.

There are no extras with this kit. There are no decals or photo-etched parts.

Grain Bin kit instructions - PDF file

Print out and complete this PDF file to order these Resin Car Works kits.

Bill Darnaby painted and installed some bins on his Maumee Route.
Click on either image to review a larger size. Photos by Bill Darnaby.

 

Many grain bins could be found in pairs or clustered near the tracks in many towns.