HO Scale: Schaake Machine Works
HO Scale Kit: Assembly and finishing required
Scenery not included
Henry Schaake opened the Schaake Machine Works in New Westminster, BC in 1898. The machine shop designed, manufactured and repaired machinery mainly related to the fishing industry. The company designed and built engines for the C.R. LAMB and other vessels and even canning machines for the salmon industry. In 1901, Frank Johnson approached Schaake to design and build an improved wood shingle manufacturing machine. The lumber industry was booming and Schaake had the foresight to realize the potential of the Johnson Shingle Machine. Schaake Machine Works would go on to become a key player in the production of shingle machines.
This building would be right at home in settings from the late 1800’s to well into the 19th century. We have designed the annex’s for this building to be placed in a number of different ways to fit your needs. Details include oil tanks (2), power and gas meters, hand truck, smoke stacks and chimneys, ductwork, window fans and some pulley wheel clutter.
Size: 6.2” long by 4.8” wide by 4.1” high (configured as shown in pictures)
See dimensions and configurations below.
Includes laser cut and engraved materials and 3D printed parts.