Built in 1914 by the Buffalo, Rochester, and Pittsburgh Railway, the Ashford Tower was a major switching station for western New York. Its distinctive tiled roof in Spanish Mission style and exterior appointments are captured in superb detail. An interesting concrete interlocking structure, typical of big railraods throught the US, the BR&P is perfect as an as-is structure or to kit mingle to represent similar size towers on your layout. Model and pic by Roy Leon Durham of Florida. HO Scale.