Designed by Jonathan Carr, This Branch Line Engine House is reminiscent of mid 19th to early 20th Century stone engine houses found on many small railroads throughout the U.S.
This particular model represents a single-stall engine house that can be built with or without an attached office (it could also represent a machine shop or powerhouse) and includes an optional cupola.
The Branch Line Engine House kit contains the following:
Instructions Stone Wall Sprues
Pilasters and upper wall sections
6 Engine House windows, 2 each office doors and windows, and 2 freight doors
1x cupola sprue
1x Detail Sprue
Sheet styrene for roof, bracing, and other miscellaneous uses
Found in the picture in the kit are the structural parts only, but not found in the kit are the rolling stock, vehicle, figures and detail not related to the structure itself.