HO Chicago Park Station; RS Laserkits
Jim Vail is right: Ken sold his SCM kits to RS LaserKits. I
looked at the RS HO Structures page:
I didn't see the CP station, so he probably hasn't re-issued it yet.
If you contact RS Laserkits and tell him you are interested in
buying one, he may be able to move re-issuing it higher on his long TO
DO list. It takes time & $ to do a limited edition kit re-run.
Because I REALLY like RS Laserkits and his very well done products
I hate to suggest this, but you COULD scratch build CP Station from the
RMC drawings/article, as I did about the same time Ken was designing &
releasing his kit.
Ken actually got some details more correct than I did, But it also
wasn't that hard to build. It is a very simple structure: Only took a
slow builder like me a week, for my first truly 100% scratchbuilt
structure. Your decision.
Or, maybe someone bought one of Ken's SCM Models CP Station Kits
and hasn't built it or changed his mind. Maybe Ask on the HOn3 list.
> 1b. Re: NCNG in HOn3
> Posted by: "Jim Vail" akacoot@... akacoot
> Date: Tue May 29, 2012 1:58 pm ((PDT))
> Hi Aaron -
> Stevens Creek Models (Ken Lunders) had a great Chicago Park station
> model - I reviewed it in the Gazette some time back. He has sold most
> of his line - not sure if they offer the kit presently. I also can't
> remember the new owner at the moment!
> Jim Vail
> On 5/29/2012 11:08 AM, Aaron wrote:
>> Greetings all!
>> I'm getting ready to start a small NCNG layout project in Hon3. It
>> will be similar to Bill Iwan's "My Narrow Gauge Circle"; however, I've
>> drawn it to feature Chicago Park on one side and Grass Valley on the
>> other. I have a few NCNG pieces of rolling stock, including the #9,
>> Standard Oil tank cars, and an awesome Swayne Plow built by Andrew
>> Brandon, but I was curious what structure kits are/were available, or
>> would be close to the buildings in the two areas I'd like to model.
>> Any ideas, or direction would be great.
>> Take care, Aaron Splawn (Roseville, Ca)