Walthers Cornerstone 933-2904 HO City Station Kit NIB
Back when the depot was an indicator of a community's success, railroads built large, elaborate stations at more important towns. These were bigger cities that generated a lot of freight and passenger business for the line. Others, such as the county seat, were of local importance. And in some, competition from other railroads led to the building of a bigger and better station facility.
The focal point of your city scene, this depot is based on a prototype structure at Wausau, Wisconsin, but is typical of larger, fancier stations built throughout the US. In addition to standard features like the agent's bay window and waiting room, this handsome building boasts a covered end platform and an attached baggage room. Perfect for serving steam-era heavyweights or diesel-era streamliners, you can complete your station with the Wood Station Shed & Platform (#933-3188) sold separately.
- agents bay window
- waiting & freight rooms
- Printed Signs
- Station Names for 17 cities
- Brick Construction
- Covered Portico
- Steam, Transition and modern era