is based on the classic look of a 1950's-1970's motel design that
could still be in business today. This type of motel could be
found on any well traveled highway in big or small towns alike.
an office structure, two 4-room motel units and roadside sign.
Flexible design allows the structures to be positioned to fit
your available space. Typical arrangements would include straight
line like the photo at top of page, angular as shown just above
this description or and "L" shape layout (not shown).
structure is reminiscent of a streamline moderne design. Structure
includes tab and slot walls, floor and sub-roof, canopy over
driveway, laser cut peel-n-stick windows, door, roofing and
trim. Also includes "Motel" rooftop sign and laser
etched sidewalks and curb. Optional flagstone wainscot is also
include two identical 4-room structures as shown. Each motel
structure features tab and slot clapboard walls (HO) or scribed
walls (N), roof and floor. Peel-n-stick doors, windows, gable
vents and trim. Peel-n-stick laser-cut printed 3-tab roofing.
Decorative porch posts and laser etched sidewalks. And a rooftop
"Sunset Motel" sign.
include a spectacular laser-cut roadside sign and a soda machine.
Also included are a great selection of realistic motel signs
from the Blair Line photo collection.
motel office (including canopy) is 2.62" x 1.80".
Each N scale motel unit is 3.50" x1.50".