Structures are part of the scenery on any model railroad, helping to set the location and period of the railroad. Station buildings provide places and reasons for trains to stop, and engine servicing facilities ensure that your trains continue to run.
The 18 projects in this book, drawn from the pages of Model Railroader magazine, range from a simple water tank built from a tank car to a large Victorian-era station. They include passenger and freight stations, towers, and engine servicing facilities. The articles are rich mines of information on model-building techniques, and the book includes scale drawings of additional buildings.
- 120 pages
- Color and B&W photos, illustrations and diagrams
- Dimensions: 8 1/4" x 10 3/4"
- Author: Bob Hayden and George Drury
- ISBN: 0890242194