Heritage Models "Billy's Place" Kit No.103
This little store in Norton's Landing has always been known as
Billy's. Originally it was a grocery and produce stand,
with the requisite boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables stacked
on the wooden sidewalks. William Vanduzer, the owner,
would give apples to children who gathered there after school.
Billy's survived at this location
for 54 years. The little building was then vacant, a
fix-it shop, and a succession of neighborhood bars. Now
Warren "Billy" Osborn has his sandwich shop here, with
cold drinks, ice cream and daily specials. He is
considering serving frozen yogurt, if he can find any space for
HO Scale” 2.1" x 3.5"
Main Street Heritage Models
"Moffat Bookstore" Kit No. 108
(Barbershop & Bookstore)
Here is another "typical"
retail building built on Main Streets throughout America. (The
false front might identify it as western, but in fact false
fronts were not entirely uncommon in other parts of the
country.) We know the smaller store on the left was built later.
They eventually needed more room and added the lean-to.
HO Scale” 4.25" x 4.25"