The N Scale Architect 10040 Elkton Creek Smelter -- Laser-Cut Wood Kit - 13-1/4 x 8 x 5-1/2" 33.7 x 20.3 x 14cm, N Scale

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Inspired by the Elkton Mine in the Cripple Creek Mining District of Colorado which first opened in 1894, the Elkton Mine became one of the largest mines in the Cripple Creek area yielding more than $16 Million in gold_before it permanently closed in 1956. At its peak Elkton had over 3,000 residents and was served by three railroads, the Florence & Cripple Creek, the Midland Terminal and the Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek as well as an electric street car line. Today, remnants of this once bustling town can still be found just north of Victor, Colorado.   The it includes laser-cut parts, metal and plastic details as approrpiate and complete instructions.

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