Iron Horse Primitives in Cameron, Missouri, will be holding a Christmas open house this fall.
Sally Witt, founder, said the consignment shop is in a historic building to the community. The current store used to be a steam engine repair building when the railroad went through town. The building next door used to be the Rock Island Train Depot.
There are around 20 vendors from across the region on consignment in the shop.
The long building is lined with handmade crafts, furniture, farmhouse décor, florals, clothing and primitives. They offer primitive goods like trunks, dressers and unique wood shelves.
Witt said the vendors on consignment put personal effort into ensuring they are offering customers of all ages quality products.
Kim Tindel has been a vendor for about 13 years after closing her own shop in Stewartsville, Missouri.
She said her booth contains a mix of homemade signs, fabric pumpkins, repurposed wooden Christmas décor, candles and wax melts. She said the booths change so often that there are almost never two of the same item.
In addition, the store offers seasonal items such as handmade bows for a Christmas tree.
The Christmas open house will be held the Friday, Saturday and Sunday before Thanksgiving. The store will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 22 and Nov. 23 and will be open from noon to 5 p.m. on Nov. 24.
Iron Horse Primitives is located at 207 W. 3rd Street in Cameron, Missouri. They can be contacted by phone at 816-724-0235. They can be found on Facebook at Iron Horse.