The creamery was a necessity for dairy farmers for storing milk before the railroads shipped them out to large cities. The prototype was built at Clarks, near Campbell Hall, NY on the New York, Ontario & Western. Similar designs could be found throughout the Northeast. The O&W was unique in that it built many of its own creameries. As a result they were most likely painted in the railroad's colors - a cream/buff wall color with green trim and red window sashes. This kit includes loading docks and a delivery shed.
Features precision laser cut wood parts engineered with tab and slot construction and utilizes peel and stick trim for maximum ease of assembly. Appropriate cast resin details and instructions with clear diagrams are included.