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STONE SHINGLE MILL

The Stone Shingle Mill features cobble stone walls and a cedar shake roof. It should be built into a hill side.

WHITE STONE CHURCH

The White Stone Church features cobble stone walls, cedar shingle roof, and stained glass windows.

GERMAN COLONIAL FARMHOUSE

The German Colonial Farmhouse is a classical design, with two-stories, center door, there are a pair of large chimneys.

SLIT-WINODW BANK BARN

The Pennsylvania Slit-Window Bank Barn.

CLASSIC NEW ENGLAND SALTBOX

The New England Saltbox.

NANTUCKET SHINGLE HOUSE

The Nantucket Shingle House is similar to the Saltbox. The roofline is different.


    Listed below are my HO scale Off-Line structure kits.

      They feature my fine scale hand-scribed Hydrocal castings.

    Here are some off-line buildings to complete your scenes.

    The Stone Shingle Mill has been one of my most popular kits. And why not? It's real simple to build and looks wonderful. Hey, you can do it! The instructions will take you through it step-by-step.

    The White Stone Church is another popular kit. It's a favorite around Christmas time. I was going to retire it but instead I produce a limited quanity each fall. It's just too good not to!

    The German Colonial Farmhouse is based on a classic design built throughout the mid-west. I've gotten many letters from people explaining that they grew up in one or their grand parents had one. I think that's great.

    The Pennsylvania Slit-Window Bank Barn is the perfect companion to the German Colonial. It's unique slit-windows were designed to allow ventilation but were easily boarded up durning the winter months. It features a board-by-board interior construction.

    The New England Saltbox is another common design found throughout the northeast. This design got its start with a simple story and a half box. The easiest way to expand was to build a shed onto the rear and simply bring the roof down in a straight line. That famous New England thrift!

    I was fooling around with the Saltbox and came up with this modification. Instead of bringing the roof down in a straight line we could have an whole other building by adding the shed on like so. I'm using two of them on my fish house.

    You will also want to look at my original kits that I have listed as my Classics. The Old Virginia Horse Barn and the Safety Hook & Ladder Co. Firehouse also fit under this category.





HO SCALE KITS by C. C. CROW


    Classic C. C. Crow Kits    

    The Limited Run Kits    

    Northern Pacific Kits    

    Other Railroad Kits    

    On-Line Structure Kits    

    Off-Line Structure Kits    


    Fruit Industry Kits    

    Concrete Series    

    Fractured Stone Series    

    Scratch-Building Stock Panels    

    Reference Section    





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