The Old Weathered Barn is a stunning representation of a traditional gambrel barn with concrete silo seen coast to coast throughout the American landscape. This iconic beauty is worn with years of use and will add charm and character to the rural area of any layout.
Details include a fieldstone foundation, shake-shingled roof, hayloft door and a vintage weather vane atop a slatted cupola. Additional features include a concrete grain silo, implement shed, intricately styled paned windows, traditional barn doors and a printed interior.
This structure comes with pre-installed LED lighting made for use with the Just Plug® Lighting System. 50mA RoHS Compliant.Colors may vary from actual product.
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The Old Weathered Barn is perfect for adding charm and character to the rural area of your layout. This O scale building is a stunning representation of a traditional gambrel barn.
-Produit pour le modélisme. Pas un jouet! Pas adapté aux enfants de moins de 14 ans!
-Producto para modelismo. No es un juguete! No adecuado para niños menores de 14 años!
-Modellbauartikel. Kein Spielzeug! Nicht geeigent für Kinder unter 14!
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