This old building was once a water powered grist mill before Johnathan"Catt"Edwards invested in it to make it a machine shop. Now it is a thriving business with its main customer being the MAT truck factory in Michigan. The M.A.T. carries the production efforts to the interchange at the Sarnia/Port Huron border where the GVR takes over and carries the goods to the MAT truck plant. This is a very efficient "JIT" delivery system based on NAFTA and requires very good understanding between the two railroads. Only one thing may stop this excellent method and that is those lobbyists in Washington who have nothing better to do than persuade a few congressmen to put a heafty tariff on thes goods moving between Canada and the United States. If such a tariff is allowed by the US government it could mean the closing of the MAT truck plant throwing hundreds of hard working people into the unemployment lines. Please tell your congressman to not support such a tariff. This is an N-gauge scratchbuilt effort based on an ad for a FSM HO kit in MR. The kit is listed at $175 but mine cost less than 25cents. The second picture shows a CP freight car at the loading dock. Next is the one end of the structure showing the sign. This is the "street" side of the building. The last view is from the other end. The building has a footprint of 6inches by 5inches and is 6.5 inches tall. Yes it is made out of cardboard. One whole cereal box and some pieces of a cardboard carton. I made it while watching winter olympics.