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CUSTOMER PHOTOS

Following are photos sent to us by our customers. They depict the use of our products either kits or scratch built with our detailing products. We thank these modelers for the use of their photos. All photos are the property of said modelers and may not be used for any purpose without their expressed permission. Photos will appear on these pages at the discretion of Rusty Stumps Scale Models and will be replaced or moved without notice.

 
Ed Traxler, noted modeler, has used the C4515 Dual Roof Top Exhaust Unit Casting on one of his latest builds. With a bit of creative painting Ed has turned the casting into a very realistic weathered unit.

David Guffey shows Rusty Stump 1:25 scale windows D4805 and D4839The building is a modified rendition of an HO scale model named Deckers Tar and Soap built by Postal Karl on the Railroad Line Forum.  Modeling with the windows was an enjoyable experience and they lend a lot of character to the building

David Guffey additional Photo using Rusty Stump 1:25 scale windows D4805 and D4839

Dale Gilson Shows us his work on the Hap Hazard's Hardware store kit. … I called mine the Seville Hardware because that’s the town I live in.  We don’t have a hardware anymore and even when we did it didn’t look like this, but I liked the idea of calling it that.  I like to model the 1940’s and 50’s so that’s the time frame for this diorama.
The main building is, of course, your Hap Hazard’s Hardware.  Most of it is built as you intended.  This is a fine kit… pieces fit the way they should and the instructions are excellent.  As you say, the kit can be assembled in different ways (in the right setting I think you could even use the front store and the back barn as two different buildings).   
Also scratch built a chimney for the store (and I think that was the only thing not included in the kit that I thought should be there). 
A board sidewalk was added to the front, after market shingles to the store roof and tin roofing to the cupola. 
Bill Rabbiano sent in this photo of his version of the Mike Chambers Tie Hacker's Cabin kit. Bill says he won't be finishing the cabin until he installs it on his layout, after a move.

Bill informed me his wife took the photo with her new iphone camera.

Kit bashed house by Bruce DeYoung. The house is built from a vintage Gloor Craft kit.  The idea is that the two storey portion is older and has a slate roof using Rusty Stumps Grey Slate - both fish scale and rectangular.

Kit bashed house by Bruce DeYoung. The house is built from a vintage Gloor Craft kit. 

The newer single storey addition with the porch features Rusty Stumps grey 3-Tab shingles. 

The bench on the front porch is a Rusty Stumps bench.

Pete's Boat House Kit HO Scale, built by Tom McInerney Tom has made some custom changes to this kit in the use of metal roofing and different siding on the lower portion. He has also placed the Boat House on a pier and added lots of clutter items.

Pete's Boat House Kit built by Tom McInerney Tom has made some custom changes to this kit in the use of metal roofing and different siding on the lower portion. He has also placed the Boat House on a pier and added lots of clutter items.

Pete's Boat House Kit built by Tom McInerney Tom has made some custom changes to this kit in the use of metal roofing and different siding on the lower portion. He has also placed the Boat House on a pier and added lots of clutter items.

The Hoosegow kit built by Mike Hamer. The prisoners are left on an island to be locked up or work tending the animals and crops in this diorama by Mike.

The Hoosegow kit built by Mike Hamer. The prisoners are brought to the island by launch and must climb the ramps up to the Hoosegow. The most incurable are kept locked up while the least troublesome are allowed outside to work under the gaze of the armed guards..

Black Hills Brewery Scratch built by John Anfinson used D4009 Doors for the entry doors and D4023 Windows For the single windows and for the double sash also.

Josie Olina Merchantile Store named after his Grandmother. Scratch built by John Anfinson doors D4029 and windows D4029 and D4023, all the buildings are scratch built all the buildings are prototype's from the Black Hills of South Dakota except for the Josie Olina Merchantile it's just from imagination.

Sublet Section Town Scratch built by John Anfinson. Sublet Section Town in Sublet New Mexico (still standing) Doors where D4020 and windows where D4019 from Rusty Stumps.

Fremont Elkhorn Round Houses Scratch built by John Anfinson. used D4012 and D4011 and D4009 Doors. The Prototype Round Houses circa 1908 were used in a window display for my Club the Northern Hills Railway Society. Deadwoodmodeltrains.com. in Deadwood, South Dakota

Museum Diorama of Beaufort SC Scratch built by Dennis Cannady on contract to local museum. Dennis used specially cut 1:60 scale shingles, doors/windows and railings from Rusty Stumps Scale Models. This diorama shows Beaufort SC at the time of the Civil War..

Museum Diorama of Beaufort SC Scratch built by Dennis Cannady on contract to local museum. Dennis used specially cut 1:60 scale shingles, doors/windows and railings from Rusty Stumps Scale Models.

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