HO Railroad Trackside Buildings
HO Railroad Trackside Building Kits
HO Baggage Building #1/
Small Freight House
The kit consists of laser-cut wood parts. Some of the parts are backed with a peel and stick coating to ease assembly. To apply these parts simply remove the backing sheet from the part and press into place. The peel and stick adhesive allows the part locations to be adjusted slightly when first applied, but will set up to a permanent bond in a few hours.
HO PRR Toolhouse/
Baggage Building #2
The PRR Toolhouses were important during the days when section of the railroad had their own track gang for all railroad operations. Inside these small buildings, various tools were stored as well as extra spikes, bolts and other supplies, along with their hand car or gasoline powered speeder. Usually found near stations, interlocking towers or other company facilities, toolhouses were painted in the same colors as other railroad buildings.
HO 2 Bay Engine House
This kit consists of laser-cut wood parts. Some of the parts are backed with a peel and stick coating to ease assembly. To apply these parts imply remove the backing sheet from the part and press into place. The peel and stick adhesive allows the part locations to be adjusted slightly when first applied, but will set up to a permanent bond in a few hours.
Small sheds like these could be found alongside railroad rights-of-way, either alone or in groups. These kits are based on Nickel Plate Road designs but are typical of designs used throughout the country.
Kit includes parts for four complete buildings:
- Tool/Handcar Shed
- Telegraph Office (also perfect for a Yard Office)
- Crossing Shanty
- Telephone Booth
HO Shoreham Covered Bridge
Located on the Rutland Railroad's Addison branch, this classic Howe truss covered bridge was built in 1897 and served as a railroad bridge until 1951. Today it has been restored and is part of a rails-to-trails footpath.
Kit inlcuded pre-cut wood parts with see-through side panels, tie rods, NBW (nut-bolt-washer) casting and more!
HO Stoney Brook Bridge
Bridges are fascinating structures. By using a variety of types and styles the early railroad builders were able to cross countless rivers and streams.
This open-rail bridge is necessary for hobbyists looking for an added dimension to a growing layout.
HO Engine House
This classic single stall engine house will be at home on most layouts, From shortlines and branches to logging and industrial lines. While typical of designs throughout the country, the prototype was built for the Central Vermont. It can provide protection for a variety of locomotives from moderate sized steam locos to almost any diesel. In addition to cover for the locomotive this building also includes a machine shop addition allowing light repairs to be made on the locomotives.
Kit includes positionable doors and interior details.