- Years ago, railroads relied on section gangs to inspect and repair track. Located about every 10 miles, each gang had a small storage shed for their tools as well as a handcar or later a motorized speeder.
- This kit is typical of the small trackside sheds used all over North America. While it can be used in any flat space, it also includes parts to build a supporting trestle underneath for installation on a slope. The model features tab and slot construction, with laser-cut basswood, fiberboard and plastic parts, peel and stick window, trim parts and roofing. A complete set of printed signs and laser cut details are also included. Instructions provide photos and diagrams, along with tips for building the structure with a brand-new, or aged and weathered finish.
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