McCabe Slatyfork Sawmill
This Master Creations' kit consists of laser-cut basswood, plywood, rolled roofing, and detail castings. Interior walls, rafters, and multi-level floors are included and the jackslip will be very easy to build! Removable roofs and sawfiler's floor gives plenty of access to the main floor for detailing. The standard features of B.T.S. kits are there... positionable doors and window sashes, slot and tab construction, brass door knobs, and well-engineered construction providing fast and easy assembly.
The footprint of the building is about 115' x 54'. Add the jack slip and docks on both sides, and the entire structure is 178' x 90' - enough to make a 40' boxcar look small! Over 1,200 laser-cut parts and over 140 brass and white metal detail castings are included in the HO kit. Most castings are not shown in the photos here!
We now have a complete interior detail kit with lost-wax brass machinery and loads of details in HO, S, and O Scales. For more info, click here.... Sawmill Interior
The O scale framework was assembled on Friday night while attending the Indy O Scale Meet and chatting with customers! Size of the part shown is 13.5" x 29.5"!
All versions are in stock. These are Limited Edition kits and are available direct only from B.T.S..
#28300 HO Scale Sawmill $ 319.95
#18300 O Scale Sawmill $ 899.95
#08300 S Scale Sawmill $ 699.95
Below are more photos of the HO version.
Right Side View.
Left Side View.
Topdown showing Log Decks.
Sawfiler Floor - Stairs to the main floor, and openings over the bandsaws for
raising the saw blades.
Topdown of the back.
Underside of the main roof.
And one of the great things about our kits! The frame shown below consists of only
eight pieces! And there are over 1,200 laser-cut parts in the box!
Floor plan of the separate interior kit
Overall Mill Plan
Fire Hose Storage and Water Tank
Boxcar Storage Shed
Camp Car Set I & II
McCabe Log Cars
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