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I can't get Neil Youngs Cripple Creek Ferry out of head because of this.

   Im even signing my own twist on it 🎵 Cripple Creek LUMBER " CUTTING DOWN the overhanging trees"; Make way for the Cripple Creek LUMBER, the BUILDING'S going down (THOUGH) it's mighty tight squeeze"🎵  (a favorite anyhow, but it's stuck on "repeat" now 

Smaller foot print.    Walters O-scale,  Walton and Sons Lumber, which eventually was re-molded/released by Atlas Models.  ?? I think ??     Kit, assembly and painting required.  Some of these models became Built-ups/already assembled, not sure about this kit.      Foggy head thinks, there may have also been a fence??  

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Smaller foot print.    Walters O-scale,  Walton and Sons Lumber, which eventually was re-molded/released by Atlas Models.  ?? I think ??     Kit, assembly and painting required.  Some of these models became Built-ups/already assembled, not sure about this kit.      Foggy head thinks, there may have also been a fence??  

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Thanks for pointing this out, Mike. I thought I remembered that Atlas had done this. Reissued by Atlas from a Walther's version as Jack's Lumber. $65 (including the separate office building). Snap-together construction, and already molded in colors. Shed is 13 1/4 x 6 1/2 = 86 sq. inches. 

Good to find this. As I mentioned last week in the original thread on the Menard's lumber yard, 144 sq. inches is too large for the space I have available. This Atlas version, which takes up 40% less space, should work fine.

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