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Horwood Bros. is the newest HO craftsman kit released by Rail Scale Miniatures of Canada.  It recently made its debut at the 2009 National Narrow Gauge Convention, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and we hear it was a booming success.

As part of their debut,  Rail Scale Miniatures wanted to show their assembled kit with a full compliment of lighting, including gooseneck lamps above all of the building signage, flood lights for the Good Year tire billboard, soffit lighting by the pumps, and interior drop lights for the repair bay. Ngineering's products were selected for this project, and we thoroughly enjoyed working with RSM in building up the lighting for this kit.

We are pleased to announce that we have combined those parts into a lighting kit (NK011) specifically tailored for fabrication of all of the lights included on the Horwood Bros. model at its debut. This lighting kit is priced with a 20% savings over standard retail pricing for the same parts if purchased separately.

Instructions for fabrication and placement of all of the lights mentioned above is included with the Horwood Bros. model kit.


An itemized list of parts included in the kit is as follows:

Item# Description Qty.
N2018-4 0.018" Stainless Steel Tubing 4-pack 1
N7005-8 HO 18" Lampshade 8-pack 2
N7006-8 HO 6" Escutcheon 2
N2112-10 0.012" Straightened Stainless Steel Wire 10-pack 1
N5038 #38 magnet Wire red & green 100 ft. each color 1
N1015-10 Micro Yellow-white LED 10-pack 1
N1015-2 Micro Yellow-white LED 2-pack 1
N1011-2 Micro Super-white LED 2-pack 2
N1021-2 2x3 Super-white LED 2-pack 3
N8102 LED Power Distribution Board 1
PC5600 560-ohm 1/2-watt SMD Resistor 3
N3518 18-Volt DC Regulated Power Supply 1


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