The construction style of this Derrick with its wood framing dates from the late 1880s and was in use in areas of the country where lumber was still plentiful as late as the 1950s. Derricks such as this one could be found almost anywhere that oil was commercially produced in the United States: from California's central valley, to western Pennsylvania.
The Glenwood No. 2 Oil Derrick features 100% laser-cut materials, Tab and Slot design for ease of assembly, and Peel & Stick doors, windows, and decking. The kit includes platform with stairs, tower with Quadrupleboard, Crow's Nest, and ladders, hoist house, repair house, and storage shed.