Roundhouse Kit

This is an Atlas Model #709 HO scale Roundhouse plastic model kit. Designed for use with the Atlas HO Manual Turntable and the Atlas Turntable Motor Drive Unit. For ages 8 and over.

Atlas Roundhouse Kit HO Scale Model Railroad Building #709
 Atlas # atl709
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Atlas Item # atl709
Specifications :

Size: 14-3/8" x 15" x 4-5/8"

  • Atlas Product Number: 709
  • Walthers Product Number: 150-709
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 493
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"Round house kit"
Easy to understand and assemble. Trains move in and out with ease and lines up perfectly with turntable.

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  • Plastic pieces attached to sprues and molded in gray, red, green, and dark gray.
  • Parts are numbered for easy assembly (refer to instruction/diagram sheet).
  • Contains opening doors and two different styles of ventilators.
  • Office included which can be positioned in multiple locations.
  • Three stalls included.
  • Brick panel lines give the building a realistic look.
  • Plenty of accessories including vents, skylight windows, ladders, and lights.
  • Looks great with other Atlas HO structures.


Size: 14-3/8" x 15" x 4-5/8"

  • Atlas Product Number: 709
  • Walthers Product Number: 150-709
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 493


One Plastic #709 HO Scale Roundhouse Atlas Model Kit

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Plastic Cement/Glue
  • Modeling Knife
  • Tweezers
  • Sand Paper
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"good for beginners"
stratovarious (Humboldt SK Canada)
the finished result is nice, easy to detail and weather. the drawback to this model is the instructions, they have missed a pretty important step: when to put the doors in, if your not paying attention you will build around the doors and not be able to get them in. i think this is still a decent model, very suitable for beginners who should get a feel for planning out their layout and model before hand.

"Roundhouse kit"
dedog1971 (Boise, Id.)
This was the time model i built after coming back to model railroading. I made a mistake or two, went together eazy. Will see how it goes in N scale, HO roundhouse was built for my Dad's layout.

"Atlas Roundhouse"
clockworkangel74 (Detroit, MI)
Ok I purchased this with the intention of buying a second one to make a six stall roundhouse. Instead, I just have the three stall and 3 long sidings. I will explain that shortly. It looks good. Its a nice kit, very detailed and perfect to light up. The rafters make it so easy to string led's. Be careful of the non-working lights that hang over the door. Or you will spend some time trying to super glue it back to the base. Decent room to hold a nice sized loco. Now, about my 3 stall roundhouse and my three long sidings. I came to realize that this is a storage war. If I have to choose between looks and space, I'm gonna choose space each time. I have the three stall for prototype looks, and next to it, where the next three stalls should be, I have three very nice sized sidings where I can keep my switchers. A very nice kit, And I had a great time putting it together.


  • Scenery figures and trains not included with kit.
  • Add more roundhouse units to create a bigger facility.

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