Unfortunately, Rancher’s Supply appears quite closed.
However, for you more modern modelers, next door is a modern gem. Note the orange and white building next door to the right?
It is Roswell Wool. It is still a going concern.
Sadly the BNSF no longer a has an active spur to it, but you can see where it once ran and the doors that were possibly used to load boxcars at one point.
Hard to know how long Roswell Wool has been at this location.
Right down the track to the north are a lot of warehouses that were at one time used for shipping agricultural traffic as well.
On this map the blue circle depicts those warehouses. The black circle shows were the old ATSF passenger and freight station once stood (a portion still remains). The red circle shows where the Rainbo Bakery sat that served as the model of the bakery on the Rails West layout. You can still see the concrete pad where the flour silos once sat. (The rectangle with the 8 holes, click here for a post on the bakery that once operated in Roswell.)
Like many western towns of any size, Roswell is full of building crying out to be modeled.
Oh well, that may be a subject for a future post.