Conowingo Models produces a line of kits in On30/O scale, and this caboose kit represents a backwoods logging prototype.
Keeger’s Garage is a new structure kit available from Inter-Action Hobbies in O scale, perfect for pre-war and mid-century scenes.
Not based on any specific prototype, the new 22′ hopper car kit from Berkshire Valley Models is a joy to build and easy to expand into a fleet for your narrow gauge empire.
This new On3 kit from Leadville Designs features clear instructions and well-defined parts to build an accurate model of a Rio Grande Bunk Car.
Overall, the McGuirl Transfer Depot from Motrack Models is a good, fun kit to build that is very flexible as to its use and placement.
If you have a farm scene in mind for your model railroad, the Woodland Scenics Old Weathered Barn will fit any time frame from the late 1800s to present day.
Easy to build, this modern tilt-up structure will stand out on your railroad if you model the late 1960s up to the present day.
Forgotten Railways Through Westchester County covers many traction topics including New Haven’s pioneering main line electrification, its subsidiary New York, Westchester & Boston; and the electrified New York Central Getty Square Branch to Yonkers.
Scranton Railroads could be twice the price, and it would still be a remarkable value for modelers interested in the how’s and why’s of heavy-duty railroading in an industrialized, urban environment in Pennsylvania’s Anthracite coal fields.