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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
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Specifications :
  • Atlas Product Number: 706
  • Walthers Product Number: 150-706
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 493
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"Quality Highly Detailed Kit"
jharkins73
This is a highly detailed kit from Atlas. There was a little extra flashing on my sprues, but nothings quick once over with the hobbyknife wouldn't fix. The window pieces had a protective film on both sides to keep the actual glass looking sharp. I have started painting it and it paints easily as would be expected. I will begin assembly over the weekend. I am enjoying this kit so far.

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Features

  • 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

Specs

  • 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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"Good station- can fit almost any era and need"
Junkyard Dawg 015
This is a great kit from Atlas. It represents a very nice, generic passenger station that looks like many other railroad stations that use to be all over America. With some modifications, it can even fit into the modern era very easily. Even though I have not started building this kit, yet, I have inspected the parts and instructions. The parts are all of very excellent molding, with well defined details and no imperfections. As other reviewers noted, the roof is exceptionally detailed, and the structure as a whole would be a focal point of any layout with just a coat of paint and little else.There is also room for super-detailers and kit-bashers to customize the structure as they see fit, and even make it into something it's not (such as a small town store, or the HQ of a small short line railroad). The instructions are pretty good, but can be kind of confusing with how it's laid out. All steps are listed on the back of the single sheet, and some reference illustrations that are somewhat separated from the step (such as Fig. 1- listed on the front of the sheet) However, if a person studies it closely, they should have little problems. Overall, this a highly detailed kit and I recommend it to anyone looking for a railroad station, a MOW depot, or any number of other uses.

 
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flolen
As usual, we received this package in excellent condition. It's a pleasure to do business with a company where you always receive your items in excellent condition. Since the closest hobby shop is over a two hour ride from us, it is a pleasure to have a corporation such as yours where we can order and be so certain it will arrive in excellent condition.

 
"Nice little station"
dwill3201
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.

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Recommended for ages 7 and over, may require adult supervision

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