Bill Boucher's Structures

Bill Boucher has been building S scale structures since the 1950's. I'm afraid these pictures don't really do them justice, but I believe that there should be a pictorial record of the amazing work that he has done.

Bill has donated these buildings to the Bristol Club. The buildings shown on this page are all being auctioned to members of the Bristol Club.

The auction is over. Thanks to everyone!

Updated 2/16/2016 2:30 PM
Be sure to refresh your browser to get the latest update

(Click picture for full size)

Cornell Place Station

Prototype built by Boston & Maine during 1880's. Named Greenwood Station, in South Wakefield, 9.0 miles north of Boston. Bought by Nelson Blount for Pleasure Island amusement park late 1950's. Destroyed by fire early 1970's.

10.5" x 6.5"

Final bid = $235 Tommy
BID


Small Shed

3 3/4" x 2 3/4"

Final bid = $25 John Ciarleglio
BID


Coal Silo

11" x 3" x 8"

Final bid = $65 Tommy
BID


Small Shed 2

3 1/2 x 2 1/4

Final bid = $25 John Ciarleglio
BID


Sand Tower

Canadian Pacific Standard design. Scratch-built from article in Model Railroader by Jack Work. Model built 1961.
8" x 3 1/4" x 6 1/2" H

Final bid = $145 Richard Haley
BID


Sand Bin

Central Vermont RR, St Albans, VT. Built 1-5-66.

5 1/8" x 2 1/8"

Final bid = $40 Don Haiges
BID


Water Tank

 

50,000 gal wood. Free-lance design, based on A.R.E.A. Standard tank, substructure from Model Strucures O gauge catalog. Construction methods based on pre-war HO designs by Megow Corp. Date model built: 1955

5" x 5" x 8"

Final bid = $90 Geoff
BID


Signal Tower

4" x 4"

Final bid = $170 Jim Muthig
BID


Oil Tanks

4 3/4" x 4 1/4"

Final bid = $110 Richard Haley
BID


Factory 1

8" x 12 1/2" x 11 1/2"

Final bid = $195 Richard Haley
BID


Factory 2

15" x 5 3/4" x 8 1/4"

Final bid = $210 Richard Haley
BID


Water Tower

3 3/4" x 3 3/4 x 14 1/2"

Final bid = $50 Chet
BID


Nashmont Station

Model Railroader, Jan 1960. Model built 1972.
13" x 7"

Final bid = $210 Tommy
BID


Storage Tank

2-lift telescopic gas holder. Prototype built for New Bedford Gas & Edison Light Co. at Coffin and S. Water streets, New Bedford, 1914, by Bartlett-Haywood Company, Baltimore, MD. Model built by Bill Boucher, 1973.
9 1/2" D, 10" H

Final bid = $165 Richard Haley
BID


Water Tank No Spout

5" D 11" H

Final bid = $50 John Ciarleglio
BID


Tar Tank

Gas Works Tar Tank
3 1/2" D 3 1/2" H

Final bid = $68 Richard Haley
BID


Mackenzie-Winslow Grain

Track goes through building.
13" x 7" x 10 1/2"

Final bid = $205 Richard Haley
BID


Yard Office

Prototype Illinois Central. Plans in RR Model Craftsman Jan 1962. Built 12/76. Lighted.
8" x 6"

Final bid = $125 Richard Haley
BID


Ammonia Tanks

3 1/2" x 2 1/2"

Final bid = $105 Richard Haley
BID


Sand Tower small

2 1/4" x 1 3/4" x 6 3/4"

Final bid = $30 John Ciarleglio
BID

 

[Home] [Photos]