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desertdrover Posted - 06/08/2020 : 5:21:53 PM
This Saw Filers Shack, HO Kit #2018 from Rslaserkits, is a great looking and very well laser cut structure. In my option this is a very moderately priced kit for the quality of wooden windows, and the fact that they can be opened in any configuration.
Whether you have a logging layout or not, this kit could very well be used as a florist shop, a carpenters shop, machine shop or any other structure that could benefit from all the lighting from the abundance of windows.
After reading through the instructions, it is apparent that most of the time is used to get the windows looking at their best, and the rest of the structure goes together quite quickly and easily.
Below are pictures of the package, with the parts that come within the kit.



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robert goslin Posted - 08/15/2020 : 6:29:06 PM
Louis, great photos of the hut & mill. Good to get that reference from Bob.
Researching the history for builds can be a lot of fun, and always good to keep educating oneself.
They look like pretty rough conditions to work in. Do you know what year those photos are from ?
Michael Hohn Posted - 08/13/2020 : 10:25:53 AM
Indeed, that looks like a large operation. Thank you for the photos, Louis and Bob.
desertdrover Posted - 08/13/2020 : 08:17:58 AM
Thank you Bob. I found these pictures once you gave the name of the saw mill. Looks to be it alright. I didn't know there was a kit produced as well. Thanks for the information.



railman28 Posted - 08/12/2020 : 6:43:43 PM
quote:
Originally posted by desertdrover

quote:
Originally posted by Michael Hohn

Louis,

Thereís a lot to see. Fascinating. The structure looks like a model, but itís no model home!

The mill in the background is very interesting with all the stacks. I wonder what it is? Maybe a mill for producing acetic acid. Or maybe just a very large sawmill.

Mike



Thanks Mike! No telling what that building with the stacks are. The picture left little to know about.



The mill in the background is a the Saw Mill at Pino Grande. The inspiration of the double mill kit put out a few years ago.

The cabins may not of been much to look at but I bet they smelt good when new.

Bob
desertdrover Posted - 08/12/2020 : 5:31:25 PM
quote:
Originally posted by dad4the3

Great job on the build and really interesting info.Safety was not job 1 back in the day.



Thank you Patrick for your kind comments.
Yea, I would say they knew nothing about OSHA in that era.
Many a rail worker had missing arms and legs back then.
desertdrover Posted - 08/12/2020 : 5:28:57 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Bernd

Nice finish to a very interesting thread. I wonder if anybody makes B & B like is used on that shed being pulled onto the log car? (being fuchsias here ) Also interesting is the window, just boards cut out, no frame.

Bernd





Thanks Bernd for posting your thoughts and comments.
I'm only guessing that maybe the windows with framework can be pulled out for traveling over the rails. my best guess anyway.
desertdrover Posted - 08/12/2020 : 5:26:29 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Philip

Nice work on the filer and car sir!

Philip



Appreciate it Philip.
desertdrover Posted - 08/12/2020 : 5:25:32 PM
quote:
Originally posted by TRAINS1941

Louis this was a great thread. And the end product something to be proud of. Great job.



Thanks for your comments Jerry!
desertdrover Posted - 08/12/2020 : 5:24:52 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Michael Hohn

Louis,

Thereís a lot to see. Fascinating. The structure looks like a model, but itís no model home!

The mill in the background is very interesting with all the stacks. I wonder what it is? Maybe a mill for producing acetic acid. Or maybe just a very large sawmill.

Mike



Thanks Mike! No telling what that building with the stacks are. The picture left little to know about.
dad4the3 Posted - 08/12/2020 : 3:15:00 PM
Great job on the build and really interesting info.Safety was not job 1 back in the day.
Bernd Posted - 08/11/2020 : 12:19:55 PM
Nice finish to a very interesting thread. I wonder if anybody makes B & B like is used on that shed being pulled onto the log car? (being fuchsias here ) Also interesting is the window, just boards cut out, no frame.

Bernd

Philip Posted - 08/11/2020 : 10:12:50 AM
Nice work on the filer and car sir!

Philip
TRAINS1941 Posted - 08/11/2020 : 09:15:06 AM
Louis this was a great thread. And the end product something to be proud of. Great job.
Michael Hohn Posted - 08/11/2020 : 08:23:09 AM
Louis,

Thereís a lot to see. Fascinating. The structure looks like a model, but itís no model home!

The mill in the background is very interesting with all the stacks. I wonder what it is? Maybe a mill for producing acetic acid. Or maybe just a very large sawmill.

Mike
desertdrover Posted - 08/11/2020 : 08:12:40 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Bernd

A very unique looking car. Nice job on mounting it to the disconnects.

Ever wonder how they got them off to place them on the ground?

Bernd



I brought back this thread because I found a picture of a structure being loaded or un-loaded. You can see the cable to the left of the structure. Seems as though they are pulling it up onto the cars.


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