This kit is advertised to be assembled in minutes. This is true for the main building as all you have to do is glue 2 sidewalls at the loading dock and then place the roof on the structure and secure from underneath with 4 Philips head screws and it is done. All that is left is all of the fine detail parts.
Now comes the tricky part. There are some areas that are pre-drilled in the structure for some of the details to fit in and glue. I found that on some of the real delicate pieces that flashing on the sprue surrounding these parts was excessive and hard to remove without doing some damage to the placement posts on the parts.
Consequently I'm going through and scratch building some replacements and modifying the structure somewhat since this is not going to be a functioning business but rather a "museum" in honor of my great-grandfather.
Once I have the modifications completed then I will do some weathering.
I have been involved with N Scale for a long time (not as long as some) but N Scale has always been my choice of scales. I have had different layouts over the years, mostly what some would call traditional layouts ranging from hollow core doors to starting on an around the room project.