Karl Scholz built this one, of course Jim did the engineering. For the diorama I did something unusual. I headed down to my N-Scale "Niagara & Pearl Creek" (there's a link for it on the website) and shot a photo of one of the city scenes. After printing it out on my computer I mounted it and affixed it to the back of this little diorama. Pretty cute if I do say so myself !
The kit has some unusual features. Aside from a great sign (even a roof air conditioner) it features "screen doors" (you can't see them in this photo), as well as some colorful artwork to help make this building an eye catcher... regardless of its size.
On a side note the kit got its' name from a place that actually existed sometime ago right here in Maine. Trust us when we say it was the "locals" that re-named the place... not Betty !
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