Whether set in the days when Shays and Heislers ruled the forests, or served by contemporary diesels and trucks, the Walthers Cornerstone Mountain Lumber Company sawmill can be the centerpiece of any logging operation. Everything you'll need to start work is included, from the log conveyor to the burner. The mill building is enclosed with board and batten siding and covered with a corrugated metal roof. This style is typical of permanent operations or those that ran in areas where the weather could turn cold. At the back is a canopied area, where fresh-cut boards are sorted. To keep the machinery running, there's a nicely detailed powerhouse with twin smokestacks. And for the final touch, you get a sawdust burner, used to dispose of scrap lumber and sawdust from the cutting operations. Typical of buildings constructed from the 1920s to the 1940s and still in use today, the Mountain Lumber Company model fits easily into steam- or diesel-era layouts.
The Mountain Lumber Company is just one of a wide variety of Cornerstone industrial buildings.
- Includes main mill, log conveyor, powerhouse and sawdust burner
- Realistic wood-textured walls and canopied sorting area on main mill
- Fits steam and diesel-era layouts
- Printed signs
- Easy-to-build plastic kit
- Molded in appropriate colors
Sawmill w/Conveyor: 16-3/8 x 9-3/8 x 5-1/2" 41.6 x 23.8 x 14cm Powerhouse: 2-5/8 x 2-1/2 x 1-7/8" 6.7 x 6.4 x 4.8cm Sawdust Burner: 3-7/8" 9.9cm Diameter x 4-1/2" 11.4cm Tall