Coaling Station Snap Kit

This is an HO Scale Coaling Station made by Bachmann.

Bachmann Coaling Station Snap Kit HO Scale Model Railroad Building #45211
 (10)
 Bachmann # bac45211
$19.99
 
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Specifications :

Model Scale: HO

  • Bachmann Product Number: 45211
  • Walthers Product Number: 160-45211
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 496
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"Tdj not too bad"
thomasdjohnson1969
Some of the snapped tite model structures I've dealt with this one isn't much more than a blind man (fully) unprepared trying to figure out a rubex cube not actually sure if this goes here nor in there not real clear of instructional papers but finished product is alright

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Features

  • Easy to assemble building kit for use with all HO scale layouts.
  • Snap-fit assembly (no glue required).
  • Realistic detailing.
  • Pre-colored plastic parts (brown roofing, brown ladders and chutes, gray siding).
  • Styled after authentic American prototype.

Specs

Model Scale: HO

  • Bachmann Product Number: 45211
  • Walthers Product Number: 160-45211
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 496

Includes

One Coaling Station


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Reviews

  
 
"simple andlooks good"
applegate1975
This kit is super simple to put together. I added some black wash to make the wood stand out some, painted the stairs a lighter color, and painted the footings gray. It took one evening and looks pretty good in my rail yard.

 
"Simple But Nice"
imageArtCo (Tobyhanna, PA)
The kit is easy to assemble but it is best to glue it. I did a lot of sanding and filling to make all the joints fit better. The kit is molded in colors but I painted all the parts and weathered them to give it a more realistic look. I added a metal lining to the coal chute, as well. It will look good on the grandkid's Christmas layout this year.

 
"great model"
victorleepatterson
I love this. It is the simplest thing in the world to put together, yet the detail, etc. is first rate. It is a great atmosphere builder on my layout. You will want to use glue, even though technically you don't have to. Since most of the gluing is on the inside corners of the structure where it is not visible, I like to use UHU glue. It creates a rubbery glob that will hold anything together; it does not set up fast, so you have time to make adjustments. But then it sets up within an hour or less so you can get on with it and not wait 24 hours. I spray it with gray primer and then use acrylic paints to create all the detail of a wooden structure. Good fun.

Comments

Recommended for ages 8 and over.

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