The late Chester Holley (who was owner of Chester Holley Model Railroad, located in the Palma Ceia area of Tampa, Florida) scratch built an O scale model of CUT out of wood when he was a young man. After he had had a large metal building built (that literally engulfed the original concrete block store) the model went on display on top of the roof of the old store. It could be seen when one entered the South Himes Avenue entrance. After Chester passed away, his daughter Diane, continued to run the business until she closed it, I believe in the early 2000s.
Sadly, Diane passed away a couple of years ago, however had started to dispose of her dad's huge collection of tinplate trains. Since I didn't purchase anything out of Chester's collection, I don't know the disposition of the wood model of CUT, however, I'll ask some friends of mine, who like me, were not only customers but very good friends of the family. Perhaps one of them will know what happened to Chester's beautiful hand built model of CUT.
Note: OGR featured a three part artical about Chester and his collection which can be found in Run 119, 120, and 121. Chester also ran regular ads in the dealer directory of OGR which read: Chester Holley, The Most, which included the address and phone number. He was known internationally and sold and shipped trains around the world. Today there isn't a train shop anywhere in the Tampa Bay area that can come close to Chester's magic world of toy trains which, in my opinion it was, when you entered the store.