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The Tobacco Drying Barn is a common structure found in rural southern states - marking the tobacco farming industry. The barn was used to dry tobacco leaves - hung on wood posts along the width of the barn, heated from the fire pit built into the opening in the brick foundation.
Footprint: 7-1/2" x 6"
Kit includes: laser-cut wall & roof sections; laser-cut details; stripwood & roofing mat'ls.
(HO scale model shown in photos; O scale model includes tarpaper & corrugated roofing)