A model from the old west. The many hardworking plainsmen and trainmen that frequented the Kik'n Jack awakened the next day to know how the establishment got its name. The Proprietor was renown for miles around as having one of the strongest whiskeys in the west. Made from his very own still out back (Reference to the Moonshine Still in our Century Foundry line #2180, sold separately). Although the structure is small in demeanor, it's architectural styling screams out of the old west. This kit can be easily built in an evening. This HO scale model requires approximately 4" X 1 5/8" space.
See this write-up on building the kit from Jim at the
Jamestown Express Daily News.
Also here is Jim's quote taken from the Railroad Line Forums - "I don't remember if I've seen any Showcase Miniatures kits on the forum here. I saw an add for the HO Saloon in my Trains.com e-newsletter on Friday, ordered it the same day, had it Monday and finished on Tuesday. By Wednesday night I even had my website updated! It was a great little laser cut kit that was fast to make. It was nice to complete something quickly. It never even made it to the "to-do-shelf".