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This building has been created in the style of structures typically found on small rural stations and were characteristic of narrow gauge lines as well as the shoestring light railways of the Colonel Stephens era.

These buildings were designed to be smart yet economical to construct making use of local materials and skills. The construction depicted in this model is timber board and lathe walls, topped off with a decorative diamond slated roof and scalloped bargeboards. Also includes a clock, and a pair of notice boards for displaying timetables.


This kit of detailed cast resin components has been produced from my own masters and moulds. The parts assemble quickly using superglue or general purpose adhesive to create a structure with a footprint of approx. 130mm x 75mm, making it an ideal building for smaller layouts, perhaps featuring a remote wayside station


The resin is easily worked with common modelling tools and more ambitious modellers may spot opportunities for modification or 'Kit bashing' to suit their own needs.


The photographs show the parts you will receive plus some images of a test built sample both under construction and painted to show how a finished model could look.


Kit also includes materials for glazing and finials, plus construction notes to help with assembly.


Please note, the track, platforms, and scenery shown in some photos are not part of this listing. Platform faces and sleeper fence are available to purchase separately.


Wooden-Style Station Waiting Room Kit (BK12)


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