#1--The P.I.'s Office
All the furniture in the P.I's Office is from the "Miscellaneous Furniture & Accessories" Set, but the loo is from Country Store Miniatures.
#2--The Cheap Hotel
The rugs come with the model, but you'll have to find your own scale cooties.
#3--The Italian Restaurant
The murals and other art are printed on the wall sections or come separately, but the table cloths were "home made."
"The Garage" is partially modeled after (and identified in the front window as) the SMC Cartage Co. Garage where things got really
noisy on St. Valentine's Day, '29.
The Speakeasy/Bar can be either one, depending on whether your game is set during Prohibition or after. The art and posters are separate and may
placed--or not--as you prefer.
#7--The P.I's Apartment
The P.I's Apartment (carefully modeled on Sam Spade's in The Maltese Falcon ) comes with a complete kitchen (electric refrigerator, stove,
sink, cabinets). The Fireplace has gas logs for that cozy moment when you have to hide out with your client, or just warm up after being dumped in the river.
#8--The Illegal Brewery
The Illegal Brewery is over twice the size of the usual "Mean Set" at 23" in length when assembled, and 8" high. Three vats cooking up beer are flanked
by the office. The Main Doors on the left open to admit large trucks--or the Fed's gate-basing "Ness-Mobile." There's more than enough room for
a whale of a shootout in here!
#9--The Small Town
The Small Town Bank, the symbol of prosperity in an age of Depression. Just the ticket for Bonnie and Clyde, or when a
Pro like Johnny Dillinger needs some pocket money. Comes with Vault, cashier's drawers, and period posters to set the mood.
#10--The Night Club
After a busy Gangster's day robbing banks or running that old home brew across Big Al's territory, it's time to take a swell
dame out for an evening at a classy joint like this. And when you've seen enough of the show, food, and booze, you can
always flash your "Membership Card" and go through the door on the left wall....
The Casino is right next door to the Night Club, but it takes a "Membership Card" to enter. But when you do, there's
Craps, Roulette, and Blackjack tables for those who feel sportin'. The Bar keeps only the best hooch for them that knows
the difference, and the Boss keeps an office in here, too. As you can see, there's a private door from his office to the Star's
dressing room, which is, like, real convenient at times.
#12--The Big Shot's Entry Hall
Sooner or later, every P.I. gets invited to the home of the retired Judge/Governor/Senator because they want to know what
he does. Usually, he gets no farther than the Vestibule and Drawing Room, so that's all we see (for now) of The Big Shot's Home.
#13--The Old Farm House
When your on the lam, or just laying low between bank jobs, sometimes you've just got to take what you can find for a
place to hole up. All over the Mid-West, houses like this--abandoned or foreclosed by the banks--could be found off the main
roads. And if a nosy neighbor didn't drop a nickel to the G-Men, a guy could finally get a night's sleep.
When you're not making home brew in one Warehouse, you're storing it in another. Or if you just deal in a little
"Import/Export" business, or even carry on an odd scientific experiment or two, you need a place to keep your STUFF!"
#15--The Barbershop/Drug Store
The Barber Shop and Drug Store, two vital places for everyone from Punks to Made Guys to visit and hang out. The Public Phone
Booth comes with the Drug Store, as do the posters and signage in both (that's King Victor Emmanuel III on the Barber Shop wall). The wall clocks, phones,
desk, chair, cash registers are available from other vendors.