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From main line to Main Street, railroads built America. And no matter where the tracks run on your layout, capturing the look and feel of real buildings brings your railroad to life.


Since 1989, HO and N Scale modelers working on layouts big and small have made Cornerstone their number one choice for authentic structures.


With the widest range of kits and assembled models available, Cornerstone makes it easy to add anything from a blast furnace to a bridge to your layout — and there are more new models coming soon!


Building more realism into your layout is easy! For more about current and future Cornerstone structures, visit www.waltherscornerstone.com, or stop by your local hobby shop.


N SCALE


NEW RIVER MINING COMPANY N 933-3221 $39.98


HO SCALE


HERITAGE FURNITURE HO 933-3164 $35.98


ENGINEERING OFFICE KIT HO 933-2967 $49.98


HULETT UNLOADER HO 933-2966 $186.98


FREIGHT HOUSE HO 933-2954 $35.98


AMERICAN HARDWARE SUPPLY N 933-3253 $49.98


THROUGH PLATE-GIRDER BRIDGE HO 933-2948 $25.98


RIVER CITY TEXTILES HO 933-3178 $41.98


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Keep your railroad growing — for more about current and future Cornerstone Series kits, sign up for Walthers E-Newsletters at http://www.walthers.com/exec/email-subscribe, or visit your local hobby shop. To find a shop near you, call 1-800-487-2467 or visit walthers.com.


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Prices shown were accurate at press time, for updates visit walthers.com. Preproduction models shown assembled and painted, details and colors may vary. Figures, vehicles and scenery materials shown sold separately. ©2011 Wm. K. Walthers, Inc.


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