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This building has been created in the style of structures typically found on small rural stations, where often local architects using local materials created neat and robust buildings for the communities the railway served. This building could be used on its own for a smaller branch line station, or used as a waiting room, perhaps on the opposite platform to a more substantial building such as the stone station kit BK10. The resin is easily worked with common modelling tools and more adventurous modellers may spot opportunities for modification or 'Kit bashing' to suit their own needs.


The walls feature textured stonework, a textured roof sheet (BC09) is included for the slate roof. The parts assemble quickly using superglue or general purpose adhesive to create a structure with a footprint of approx. 163mm x 90mm, making it an ideal building for smaller layouts.


Kit includes materials for glazing, gutters and downpipes, plus construction notes to help with assembly.


The photographs show the parts you will receive plus some images of a test built sample to show how a finished model could look. A dry brushing technique has been used to bring out the stone and slate textures.

Stone Waiting Room Kit (BK20)


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