© 2018 by J. B O'Donuts.

Todd Architectural Models has designed the third in a series of historic warehouse buildings as an O Scale model. The Paterson Silk Mill building model was recreated from site photographs of two existing buildings. The buildings have a similar brick elevation, but have a variation in the cornice and windows. The model is suited for fabrication as a flat, shadowbox or building. Paterson (NJ), known as the home of Lou Costello and Larry Doby, location of the first documented manned submarine submersion and onetime silk capital of the world, can now have one of its classic mill warehouses on your layout.

 

The single section model features laser scored and cut elevation, window and door elements, and built-up laser scored/cut or styrene cornice detail. Each basic elevation piece measures 12long by 13-3/4tall. The Paterson Silk Mill building offered here is a built-up and painted as a shadowbox (nominally 1-1/4deep).

 

The full-width elevation piece was originally designed with only windows on the ground floor. We have now integrated the option of having a door added to the middle two window columns (columns three and four). An alternate door option provides for a single, wider door centered between window columns three and four.

 

In lieu of windows and/or doors on the first floor, you may specify between one and six warehouse doors.

 

The rear panel of the shadowbox is removable to allow for the addition of LED lighting. There are individual floors and ceilings that have a space provided for a square styrene tube that can act as a chase to hide post-purchase wiring. The ceilings each have cut-outs for the placement of 5050 LED lights.

 

If you prefer a prelit model, we offer the shadowbox lit with two 5050 LED’s per floor, all with individual leads, and the slotted square styrene tube. See the listing for WH-03-4-LIT.

O Scale Paterson Silk Mill, 4-Story Shadowbox WH-03, 12" Long, UNLIT

SKU: WH-03-UNLIT
$100.00Price
Window Glazing
Cornice Material
Window Style
Doors
Warehouse Doors