Ho scale Tommy Knocker's Cabin
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HO scale Tommy Knocker’s Cabin
Two building options: side gable addition can be built on the left or right side!
Details include: Interior etched floor boards, removable roof, N, HO, S include an extra interchangeable wall for multiple building options, all scales can be built with the side gable addition on the left or right side, and windows and doors can be positioned open or closed and include laser-cut glazing.
Our trademark EASY to follow FULLY Illustrated step-by-step instructions make building easy!
Precision laser cut wood construction.
Includes our laser-cut, realistic no-paint paper shake shingles ().
Small footprint with loads of unique character.
N = 1.2” x 1.4”
HO = 2.2" x 2.6"
S = 2.8” x 3.5”
O = 3.7” x 4.6”
Miners shack, worker housing, or
used as small residential structure, these small multi-use structures were found in towns all across the country.
Floor boards, full roof trusses, one-piece removable roof!
This model was designed as a freelance cabin with the side gable dropped from the main roof line to add character.
This structure’s name, Tommy Knockers, was named for the “ghosts” of the mines that would warn living miners of the chance of cave-ins by knocking on the mine walls.
If you have never been deep in a mine, the sounds of creaking timbers and deep rumbles of the shifting earth are very ominous!
The Tommyknockers name has many other interpretations, meanings, and has evolved over time. to go to a site we have found that offers a fun history of Tommyknockers!
Tommy Knocker’s Cabin