The Glanville Lumber Company Mess Hall — Reborn!. This scratch-built mess hall for the loggers and trainmen of the Glanville Lumber Co., which uses the board-by-board construction learned from building the Fine Scale Miniatures sawmill and locomotive repair shed, was largely destroyed in late 1999 when the diorama of which it was a part flipped over and fell on the floor. Ten years later, I took the salvaged walls, part of one end and part of the roof from another structure and created a narrower mess hall 15-feet wide (and therefore capable of moving on a large flatcar). Since one cannot see into the interior. I did not recreate the interior with detailed kitchen and dining hall. The chimney on the right end is a Model Tech product purchased at the Great Train Show in Hartford, Connecticut in August 2009.

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