Jerry Wilson Products

In the early 2000’s Jerry Wilson developed a number of products for Sn2 and S-scale in general.  To my knowledge Jerry is not producing any products at this time.WW&F #5 and #6 Passenger Car Kits

He produced a coach and combine for the WW&F.  My memory is that the original kits were Laser cut with Resin roof’s.  Later the whole car might have been resin.

If anyone has photos of these cars, please share with me or on the group

MDC 2-8-0 Conversion Kits and Parts

Jerry cast domes, cabs and such to convert the MDC HOn3 2-8-0 to approximations of SR&RL 2-6-0’s and 2-6-2’s and WW&F #6.  He also  produced a spiral bound book for those who wanted step by step conversion instructions.


Jerry Wilson conversion parts – FYI: Address is no longer good, he has moved.


Two Jerry Wilson cast cabs.

Jerry Wilson 2-6-0 conversion on right. The shay was his own Gilpin style conversion.

Two of Jerry’s in-progress conversions

If you have competed a conversion, please share the photos with me or on the group.


S-scale Wagons

Jerry also produced a set of generic wagons for S-scale (and possibly other scales).  Here are two images of his production models


Jerry Wilson wagon kits. Horses not included


Jerry Wilson water wagon kits. Horses not included.


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PLW – Dead River Station

PLW is currently taking orders for the Dead River station.  Dead River did not only exist in the minds of Hayden and Frary, it was a real place on the SR&RL.  The architecture of this structure is typical of Maine and would probably gook great on any New England based layout.  For those of use modeling the P&R portion of the SR&RL, it is a must have.  PLW is offering it in both S and O scales.  As with most PLW kits, this is a limited time offer.  The production is starting soon, with S-scale could be ready for the 2018 Midwest All-Scales Train Show that PLW puts on (March 2018).  To order, go to the PLW Website

PLW’s Dead River Station

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PLW -Announces SR&RL Caboose #554

Gary Kohler of Portland Locomotive works has announced intent to develop SR&RL caboose #554.  As usual, this will be a limited time offering.  If your interested, send him an email.  Here is his email

we PLAN to start on SR&RL caboose 554 soon.
This is a very unique caboose and was originally an F&M car (yes, there are several photos showing it lettered F&M).
It has never been offered before in any scale – certainly nothing accurate.
We would ask for a show of hands for the OnX and Sn2 versions of this car.
The car had leaf spring arch bar trucks!
Here’s a late teens photo of it at Phillips.
Believe it or not there’s even an interior photo of this car – so, yes, we plan to provide at least a reasonable interior
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DRL’s S-scale Wiscasset Structures


DRL’s S-scale Turner Centre Creamery

Deerfield River Laser (DRL) is now offering Wiscasset Waterfront Structures to accompany it’s S-scale boat offerings.  Even if your not doing the Wiscasset Waterfront, these structures look like they could be used as generic New England structures when placed on a stone foundation.  Checkout the DRL’s S-scale page.


DRL’s S-scale Wiscasset Grain Co.



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SR&RL Flanger 502 by PLW


If the 3D image of SR&RL Flanger 502 looks good to you, now (11/23/2016) is the time to place an order with PLW before it goes into production.   PLW produces kits in limited runs and may never produce a give kit again.

For more information, contact PLW –

Next up on the PLW website looks to be flanger 501….

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PLW – What’s in the works

First of all, Portland Locomotive Works (PLW) has a new web site:

Also in a recent email, PLW sent out a listing of what it has produced and what is in the works.  Contact PLW for more information

PLW Product Listing

Prebles milk stop: HO, S, O
Kingfield Powder House: HO, S, O
Kingfield Engine house: HO, S, O
Farmington freight office: S, O
Maine wood turntable: S,O
Kingfield girder turntable: HO, S, O
Kingfield Winter store: S, O (coming in HO)
Carrabasset covered station: HO, S, O
White Birch tank: HO, S,O
Standard Maine 2-foot railroad crossing signs
Ball signal: S, O
Monson combine: S, O
SR&RL Laconia combine 11: S,O
SR&RL ./ B&SR Laconia passenger car: S, O
SR&RL snow plow 514: S, O
SR&RL plow 513: S, O
F&M log bunks: S, O
WW&F proposed tank car: S, O
SR&RL fast flats, gons rack cars: S, O
Maine log sled and ox team: HO, S, O
Scale moose (4 different): HO, S, O
SR&RL Loco pilot plows: HO, S, O (will fit Bachmann forney)
Edwards passenger car stove: HO, S, O
Maine 2-foot passenger car seats: S, O
station figure set of 4: S, O (these are our own designed figures)
seated passengers: S,O (our own design to fit our passenger car seats)
Other kits coming, in the works or in process”
Octagonal general store: O
SR&RL flanger 502
B&SR tank cars (both): S, O
Bridgton tank farm: S, O
SR&RL caboose 554
SR&RL MEC built boxcars 121-125 (as built)
F&M / P&R RPO baggage: S, O
SR&RL Rangeley: S, O –
We have many other non narrow gauge products, and some D&RGW 3-foot stuff in the works.
Also have more 4-wheel cars coming – On30/ On3.
Our custom scale pre weathered shingles: various colors, styles.
Scale corrugated siding – yep, no one makes scale corrugated siding!
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On the workbench: Warren’s got a Sn2 2-8-0


Warren’s Sn2 2-8-0 from an HOn3 brass model.  New domes, cab and a few other parts make for a simple conversion that captures the 2-foot look and yet keeps it unique for his free-lanced logging line.

Warren Judge sent the following photos of the 2-8-0 for his freelanced logging layout.  The model is not 100% complete, but still worthy of looking.  It started out as an HOn3 brass 2-8-0 and got a new cab from Jerry Wilson and new domes too.  At this point, the locomotive will get a new motor and DCC.


The open cab door is a nice touch.  The green color creates a point of interest


Warren extended the width of the tender floor to give the tender the over hanging look


A parting shot of the 2-8-0 conversion

Warren is working on a portable layout.  Hopefully he’ll soon have photos of the 2-8-0 running on the layout.

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