Meg A. Watts Transformers

This is the HO Scale Meg A. Watts Transformers Built-&-Ready Structure from Woodland Scenics. Suitable for Ages 8 & Older.

Woodland Meg A. Watts Transformers HO Scale Model Railroad Building #br5037
 Woodland Scenics # woobr5037
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Woodland Scenics Item # woobr5037
Specifications :
  • Scale: HO 1/87
  • Width: 8-3/4" (222.25mm)
  • Depth: 7-9/16" (192.08mm)
  • Woodland Product Number: BR5037
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-BR5037
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"Electrifying Industry -- Super Detailed"
Excellent Industrial building. The windows are movable and can be tilted to various angles.

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  • Superbly hand-painted with molded architectural detail.
  • Ready for use right from the package -- no assembly required.
  • Authentic details include naturally weathered exterior, ful roof detail, rooftop water tower, crated transformers, movabl overhead wire spooling assembly, vintage signage and more.


  • Scale: HO 1/87
  • Width: 8-3/4" (222.25mm)
  • Depth: 7-9/16" (192.08mm)
  • Woodland Product Number: BR5037
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-BR5037


One Meg A. Watts Transformers Built-&-Ready Structure


"Woodland Scenics Built & Ready 5037"
Woodland Scenics Built and Ready models are top notch. The kits probably are too but I have no experience with the kits. It's too bad they don't manufacture larger structures. Although they are plastic they do not look like plastic, unlike some Walthers Cornerstone series model buildings do, both kit and built-up. At the least giving them a shot of dull coat helps. This building is a part of an industrial park I've modeled. The picture suggests a rail car, like a gondola or flat can fit in the open outcrop part of the building where the small crane is, but they won't. For this reason I incorporated Walthers Union Crane and Shovel 4021 model for the actual construction of the transformers themselves, including a Walthers heavy duty overhead crane kit 3150. So someone can get this far for about $175, which is where I started and money well spent. To finish off the property I saved up a few more dollars and added a couple of Walthers 3125 chain link fence kits and kit bashed a couple of Walthers concrete street systems for the aprons for truck access to both structures and finished off the rest of the aprons with plaster, which was the trickiest part of the process. Of course like everyone else I have a limited number of model dollars to invest so I had to save up for a bit for all the components before construction. It was worth the wait, so I recommend any Woodland Scenics model in general and here the Meg A Watts model in particular.

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