Western (How to order the DVD)

$2.50

Assay-Land Office

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When a prospector was lucky enough to come across some signs of gold, he'd run his ore over to the Assay Office to determine just how much gold he was looking at.
$4.00

auburn-firehse

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Before becoming one of Auburn's most famous attractions, this firehouse was home to the Auburn Volunteer Fire Department in Auburn, California, one of the oldest volunteer groups west of the Mississippi. Organized in 1852, this group is still fighting fires around Auburn California. Model thanks to long time pal Sparky
$2.50

Bank-western

A cute little bank to go with the western town layout. The money in this bank is currently measured in negative numbers (due to credit default swaps) but the bank owns quite a few ranches it foreclosed on over the past few years.
$2.50

Blacksmith

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This is a model you can really have fun with...
$3.00

Covered Wagon

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The idea model for a school project. Download it and then use the pattern to make a larger model. Easy to color. Delightful when mounted on driftwood nestled in dried flowers.
$2.50

Fire House

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This little "Liberty Engine Company" proudly resides up in wild and wooly Virginia City, Nv and is open as a little museum.
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Freight Wagon

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Mules, horses and oxen pulled freight wagons by the thousands as new and even more exciting western gold rush towns were established.
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Funeral Parlor

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Every Boomtown had at least one funeral parlor catering to the lifestyle of the times.. This one has a little porch and a cutout horse drawn hearst
$3.00

General-Store-Western

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Out west, the general store carried everything imaginable to best serve the local folks not to mention maximize revenue. This store lived in Pollock Pines, California and still stands as a multi-family dwelling.
$3.00

Ghost Town Church

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This is St Saviour's Church, built in 1869 and is still standing to this day in a little gold rush town called Barkerville, B.C.
$2.50

Gold Mine

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This is an enclosed mine shaft headstock typical of the ones you would find in the cold northern climate.
$3.00

Homestead

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Built in 1852, this was the home of General Vallejo who played an important part in California's early history.
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Hotel

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This Hotel once lived in the mountain gold rush town of Bodie, California.
$3.00

Indian Village

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Easy to roll up and glue together, and you get 6 teepees. You can add your own designs with a magic marker. Nice to set up on the edge of a western Railway layout or looks great mounted on driftwood as half the village is shown.
$3.00

Jakes Saloon

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Every wild west town needs a saloon. In fact, they need about 50!
$3.00

Medicine Wagon

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This wagon was used by itinerant salesmen of Patent Medicines, whose products often claimed to cure anything from snake bites to headaches but were, oddly enough, equally effective as furniture polish.
$2.95

Miner's Cabin

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Nestled on the hill overlooking Coloma California, is James Marshall's cabin shown above.
$1.50

railroad-station-western

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A little Train Station with turn of the century lines that fits in nicely with your Fiddlersgreen Frontier Town layout
$3.00

Rocker Box

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The California Gold Rush folk used the rocker box (or gold cradle) to extract gold nuggets and dust from gravel using the minimum of water. It was fairly portable which was an advantage as they often moved to new diggings. The quarter shows you how large the model is.
$2.50

Rosa Maes

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Your Wild West Town is certainly not complete without one of these! This model was created from an old photo of Rosa Mae's located in the red light section of the Ghost town (now State Park) of Bodie, Ca. Photo was from a reference book.
$2.50

Sheriff's Office

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Old West Sheriff's Office
$3.00

Stage Coach

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This is a Wells Fargo Stage used all over the west. The "Concord Stage" was manufactured by Yankee Craftsmen in Concord New Hampshire.
$3.00

Wells Fargo Building

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Henry Wells and William Fargo opened the first office of Wells Fargo & Company in San Francisco in 1852. Within three years the firm quickly became the dominant express firm in the entire old west.

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$22.95

Western Collection DVD

The complete Western Collection safely stored in your Free MyModels folder to collect all the new versions and corrections.
$69.95

Buildings Collection DVD

Complete Buildings Collection: Includes English, Industrial, Lighthouses, Misc, New England, Western and NOW, the entire Story Book House Collection. Safely stored in your folder for updating.
$39.95

Buildings Update Collection DVD

Entire Fiddlersgreen Buildings Collection. Includes the Miscellanous Models Collection !! IMPORTANT - You need to have already bought the entire Buildings Collection to be eligible (see left). This collection will go into your MyModels folder . Questions? email to chipfyn@gmail.com