Stone Engine Shed with Tank - dimensions 183mm x 88mm x 113mm
Post War System-Built Station Dimensions 205mm x 85mm x 57mm
Post War Station Canopy dimensions 238mm x 122mm x 42mm
Small Water Tower Dimensions 52mm x 42mm x 108mm
Bachmann 44-036 00 Scale Concrete panel or sectional construction lineside or platelayers hut.
These huts were built from prefabricated concrete panels, making them quick and easy to build on site. Introduced in the 1930s these concrete huts were frequently used by BR to replace life-expired wooden huts anywhere in the UK.
Fully painted cast resin models of a typical small station yard crane and loading gauge.These hand-worked cranes were able to lift loads of up to about 2-tons, which would not have been possible to lift by hand and were often erected in town station goods yards where the volume of business required mechanical handling.Loading gauges were erected at almost all goods yards, being used to check that a wagons' load would fit within the height and width restrictions imposed by bridges etc.
Finished and painted model of a lineside goods transfer shed with through track space for rail vehicles and internal loading platform.The corrugated iron shed is typical of the simple structures errected by many minor and light railways in the 1920s and 30s.
Brick construction station building.
Brick construction station waiting room building. Often built on platforms away from the main station building.
Ready painted cast resin model wood construction 2-road carriage shed.Carriage sheds were built at a number of branchline terminii to provide weather protection for the coaching stock overnight.
A modern arched roof all-glazed station platform or roadside bus shelter.
Pack of 2
Lineside Cabinets Dimensions 9mm x 5mm x 18mm