From woodlandscenics.com, the parts for the kit.
Doctors office. This is sold as a doctors office that houses two doctors and an nurse, which, given its size, is preposterous. For that reason, I did not use their signage. At best, I would think this building would have two rooms and a bathroom. Although this is a metal kit, it does have wood sides.
I added a few details, the electric meter on the side, and...
the guttering and roof vent pipe.
For roofing, I used some paper with a black sand type coating that I picked up at Michaels. I will use it again
Shoe Repair. The second building in the kit also has wood sides, but has metal casting on top and bottom.
The only detail that I added was the plumbing vent through the roof.
I need to do some weathering where the gutter downspout water would run down the rock.
Steel wheel tractors. These represent a 1930's tractor, or so I am told. These were a pretty much an adventure to assemble. When I opened the package, it was missing one of the front wheels, but had an extra back wheel. Luckily, or through bad buying practices, I had another set in the stash, so I opened it, hoping it might have the part I needed. Certainly it did, but it was missing a steering wheel, and had five seats. These must have been packed on a Friday.
Assembly was fairly easy, not as much clean up as some of their kits. I assembled them with five-minute epoxy, and primed them with rattle can metal primer. Then brush painted them with ModelFlex John Deere colors.
I weathered them with and wash of A&I, and some rust paint on the wheels.
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