Passenger Station Kit

The Atlas Passenger Station is a composite design combining the more attractive features from several of the many styles of stations erected by the nation's railroads, in countless numbers throughout the country. They served small towns and the suburban communities of large metropolitan areas from 1890 to the World War I era.

Atlas Passenger Station Kit HO Scale Model Railroad Building #706
 Atlas # atl706
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Atlas Item # atl706
Specifications :
  • Atlas Product Number: 706
  • Walthers Product Number: 150-706
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 493
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"Classic Train Depot"
Having recently gotten back into model railroading, this was my first purchase. When I was much younger I used to have the same exact station, and when I decided to make a new train set after all these years, I was delighted to see that Atlas still made this particular product. This was a good way for me to reintroduce myself to the idea of model building, and I was very happy with the end result. This is a wonderful little train station that I would recommend to anybody to put in their layout.

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  • Molded in authentic railroad colors (plastic styrene construction)
  • Requires no painting (**some of the detailing may be painted***your choice)
  • Authentic scale model
  • Very detailed instruction/diagram sheet (parts are numbered)
  • Kit includes (printed acetate sheet--window and window shades), decals


  • Atlas Product Number: 706
  • Walthers Product Number: 150-706
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 493

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Plastic Cement
  • Hobby Knife
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"Nice little station"
I acquired one of these a few months ago and slowly built it. Just before gluing on the dormers, I got an idea and bought a string of tiny led lights powered by three AA batteries. I drilled a 1/8 inch hole in the roof part behind each dormer and ran a light through each one taping the wire down on the inside of the roof. I then pushed the rest of the lights and light control inside of the main building. Each evening at 5, the lights come on inside the station and go off at 11:00. It looks really neat on our Christmas Tree/Railroad track display.

"Passenger Station Kit #706"
NYSanMan (Hamilton, NJ)
Highly detailed model. I would not rate this as a beginner model. Many very small pieces which are difficult to handle. Would have been nice had the instructions mentioned that the clear plastic windows had a protective plastic sheet which needed to be removed. Instructions only said to glue the printed side with no way to tell which side was the printed side. Otherwise I am very happy with the quality of this model.

"Thank You better than expected."
Sorry took three months to review, but i can not tell you how happy i am with your company, the fast ship time, communication and the quality products i received on my first order. The kit for the price is great, one small problem with the instruction to put on the roof before you have the down spouts and roof supports glued, but it was an easy fix. You have a customer for life. Thanks Again.


Recommended for ages 7 and over, may require adult supervision

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