Below are some photos that our customers have been kind enough to share with us. We thought you might enjoy seeing the great results they've achieved. We would enjoy seeing photos of your completed Frenchman River Model Works kits. You may find your achievements posted here for all to enjoy. Please send your photos to: [email protected] 

Scene built by Will Duensing, Danville, Illinois

"John Deere didn’t make a four cylinder tractor during the 1940’s, but if they did, this is what it might have looked like!  Nice kit.  
Regards, Will Duensing"

Scene built by Richard Henderson, Federal Way, Washington

"I just finished my water tower that you sent and it looks really great. I decided to go with wood. I had some pieces laying out on my bench and I thought, I wonder how it would look in wood and that’s what happened. Anyway, thanks again it looks great."
~ Richard

Scene built by Gary Thomas, Chesterfield, Michigan

"Just completed my first large water scene on my railroad.. Frenchman River products make up a good portion of it. Thank you for your waterfront products. Not many companies offer such products." ~Gary

Scene built by W. Kirt Nichols, Columbia, Missouri

"This has been really really fun for me……throw back to my Lionel train setup in parent’s basement in 50’s. Look forward to doing another model with you after my next project" ~Kirt

Display built by Frank Blandford
Sorrento, BC, Canada

"Attached are pictures of your superb Clyde Puffer freighter, some additional details and accessories were added, cargo hold was shortened 2 scale feet with added cargo lighting and freight, this enabled a forward head (outhouse) to be added as well as additional details added to the steam winch as steam inlet and exhaust, peddles and levers. Details to the superstructure and deck include wood planking, hatch covers , ventilator tubes, water tank, boiler water tank, , steering chain rollers and hardware. Engine room has flickering boiler effect and a custom sound module by ITT. Pilot house has added details to include a lighted binnacle, chart table and maps, parallel ruler, gauges, communications tube to boiler room, and navigation led lighting. Lifeboat was extensively detailed with wood and suspended with davits. Numerous other details were added to the anchor area, ship rigging and cables." ~Frank

Scene built by David Ashton
Coburg, Australia

"G'day from Australia, I've bought many of your kits over the years and have built them as is, recently I bought your "Armstrong Barrel & Box Company" HO Scale Model, and have changed it up abit... ~David

Scene built by W. Kirt Nichols, Columbia, Missouri

Scene built by Alan D Bauder, Hellertown, PA

built by Jon Stetz
(click to visit Jon's website) 
Punta Cayo Layout

Bloomington, Indiana

Union, Missouri

Page 1    Page 2     Page 3     Page 4     Page 5   Page 6   Page 8
0 Items