Bush's Mill was designed to be a slight challenge, but level the playing field when it comes to the modelers' experience level.
Eliminator Depot was designed to incorporate the roofing supports into the structure of the building.
Honestly, I had the name before the building. The backstory is that this was a church that fell onto hard times and was sold to someone who converted it to a bar. Will you keep it that way or revert it to a church?
Grey Street House is an Economy line kit designed for maximum flexibility. It's been used for many things, from a gingerbread house to company house in a coal town.
Molly's is a neat little kit that I initially built to experiment with. Some kits have different wood types, windows, doors, etc. Future versions will have less variations.
This little general store is a real building. I'm not sure if it ever was a general store and I'm not sure what it is now, but when I saw it, I knew it would fit the bill.
This kit includes enough parts to build two, 10-foot Water Wheels and incorporate them into buildings.
Tenth Ave. is a very narrow house and an interesting addition to the Economy line. It should encourage some interesting results.