Every model railroad has scenery and
structures and almost always has a railway station for passenger trains to pull up to so
passengers can on and off. Train stations vary in size depending on their location and can be
anything from a terminus (or terminal) station, to a through station (where local trains stop
for passengers and express trains and freight trains pass through without stopping). A railroad
station can take many forms and can service passengers only, freight only, or service both
freight and passenger traffic.
This train station is the kind of
structure you might see on a small branch line; or on a mainline (without the trains stopping).
It has a window where passengers can purchase a train ticket when the station is
To assemble this model, all you do is download the PDF plan file,
print the file out using your home printer, glue it onto some old cardboard, and glue it together.
It is really that easy!
This railroad station looks like it has seen better days... and
that's why it looks so realistic. You won't have to work on any additional weathering to the
building... unless you choose to.
The PDF kit comes with simplified drawings showing you the correct
position for each part. You can't go wrong.
Print the PDF plan on your computer and adjust your PDF printer
settings if required:
After ordering your model building(s) you'll get access to download the PDF
file alost immediately. You can print the PDF over and over again if you choose for your own
personal/private/non commercial usage, but copyright laws say you can't give the PDF or
printouts away, tradethem, or sell them.
Order now to have the model railroad station kit delivered straight away to