pagoda style or flared roof eaves along with the bay window on
the front make this a unique, but very attractive station. This
style of roof was an inexpensive way to add interest to an otherwise
common structure and was used by several railroads. At 24' wide
x 40' long this is a small size wood combination passenger and
freight station. The prototype had exterior walls of lap siding
with a wainscot of novelty siding.
laser-cut floor, sub-roof, interior and exterior walls with
tab and slot connections. Also includes laser-cut peel-n-stick
doors, windows, window glazing and roofing for easy assembly.
Peel-n-stick trim comes in one piece for each side of the structure
and the bay windows making for a fast and precise application
of all the detailed trim work. Also includes signs and a chimney.
kit dimensions: (structure footprint) 1.80" x 3.00"