1. virtual-bird

    virtual-bird TrainBoard Member

    Anyone seen one of these CON-COR ktis. they are HO, but I want one in N!!!!!

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  2. Robin Matthysen

    Robin Matthysen Passed Away October 17, 2005 In Memoriam

    Looks like fun. [​IMG] I want one for the M.A.T. but have to wait and see if it will come in N scale.
  3. rray

    rray Staff Member

    Didn't there used to be a burned out building available in N some time ago? I had one in HO when I was younger, and it still exists on my grandfathers railroad. (he's near 100 and still building onto his HO layout!)
  4. BC Rail King

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    I have seen them in N scale.

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  5. Gats

    Gats Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

    Faller and/or Pola make them. Also being a HO Con-Cor model you are referring to, maybe Heljan has it in N (most CC structures were made by Heljan).
    Check the Walthers cattledog when at Betty's next.


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    N to the Nth degree!
  6. Grantha

    Grantha TrainBoard Member

    Vollmer makes a House on Fire kit (Walthers 770-7738) in N scale. As well Pola makes a House under demolition kit(Walther 578-347). Based upon the picture it wouldn't take much to weather it to look like a house on fire. Add some lighting and a smoke generator and you're in business. Of course both kits are very european looking.

    There was also an interesting article in Model Railroader three or four years ago about a small trolley layout which incorporated a building on fire.

    The future of N Scale's Lookin so bright I gotta wear shades!! [​IMG]

    [This message has been edited by Grantha (edited 02 June 2000).]

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