There's daylight in the woods, and that means its time to start detailing your logging camp with these new buildings. Based on prototypes built by the Long-Bell Lumber Company, these "mobile homes" were constructed with large skids on the floor so they could be dragged to new cutting sites. You'll also find buildings like this on farms, at mining camps, or along busier steam-era highways as tourist cabins. The HO Scale kits include parts for three complete buildings, featuring laser-cut parts, peel & stick doors and windows, plus a metal smokejack. Each building measures just 2-1/2" long, 1-3/4" wide and 1-1/2" tall.