This is an N Scale Plastic Structure Assembly Kit of Erik's Emporium|
for Added Realism to Model Layouts by Design Preservation Models.
Erik's Emporium is an example of typical American Victorian architecture,
and a versatile commercial building. Originally designed and built during the
latter half of the nineteenth century, buildings of this type are still widely
in use in towns and cities in most parts of the United States.
Extraordinary detail and realism!
Plastic wall sections are molded in one color.
This building is a composite of typical period architectural details.
Wall sections are molded in brick details.
White styrene sheet is used for the roofs. Clear styrene "glazing"
sheets are used for window openings.
Create life-like cities, villages or towns.
Assembly instructions also include painting and weathering tips.
One N Scale Erik's Emporium
Cement for plastics (TESR3512)
150 Grit Sandpaper
Paint (Modeler's Choice)
Scale: N 1:160
Width: 3-1/4" (8.2cm)
Depth: 3" (7.6cm)
_ Height: 2-5/8" (6.8cm)