Model Railroad Buildings And Scenery


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New! - Z-scale Fort Langley Station

The Station in 2012

3D Printed Parts in the Kit

Item

This kit is a replica of Canadian National Railways (CNR) station in Fort Langley, British Columbia. The station was originally built by the Canadian Northern Railway as one of its third class stations in 1915, as it completed its line from Edmonton to Vancouver. It was originally located about two blocks west of its current location. In 1918, Canadian Northern became part of what is now Canadian National Railway. Canadian National closed the building in the early 1980s and planned to demolish it. However, a concerted community effort resulted in it being moved to a new location and restored in 1983 and 1984 by the Langley Heritage Society. It now sits adjacent to a caboose and passenger car and is a central historic attraction in the town.

The kit includes 8 3D printed parts. The building itself is made using black plastic which is opaque so that light does not bleed through the walls if it has a lighted interior. The kit features a holder built into the roof which fits our IL1 printed circuit board for interior lighting. It also features a wiring conduit to hide the electrical wiring. For more information on our lighting products click here. Also included laser printed roofing and signs.

Download the PDF Instruction Sheet for the Fort Langley Station 

Photos of Finished Kit:


 

New! - Fire Hydrants in Z, N, TT and HO scales

N Scale Version

The Proto-type

Scale

The B-62-B-5 fire hydrant is manufactured by the American Cast Iron Pipe Company. This design was introduced in 1962 and  has been in production for more than 50 years. These models are sold unpainted in packs of 20.

Download the PDF Instruction Sheet for the B-62-B-5 Hydrant

Photos of Painted Hydrants:


Canadian National Railways Brookfield Station in N and Z Scales

The Station in 2017 as a Museum

Kit Contents - N Scale

Scale

This kit is a replica of the CNR station in Brookfield, Nova Scotia. The station was built in 1938 and still stands today. It has been moved from it's original site to a nearby small park where it serves as a museum.

The kit includes 2 3D printed parts, the roof and the lower part. It is made using black plastic which is opaque so that light does not bleed through the walls if it has a lighted interior. The kit features a holder built into the roof which fits our IL1 printed circuit board for interior lighting. It also features a wiring conduit to hide the electrical wiring. For more information on our lighting products click here. Also included laser printed roofing and signs.

Download the PDF Instruction Sheet for the Brookfield Station 

Photos of Finished Kit in Z-Scale with Interior Lighting:


Large Relay Cabinet in Z, N, TT & HO Scales

The Prototype

N-scale kit shown

Type

A typical relay cabinet of the type found along Eastern Canadian railroads in the 1960s, 70s and 80s. The prototype dimensions are 92 inches wide by 90 inches deep with an overall height of 120 inches including the legs.

The kit includes 2 3D printed parts, the roof and the lower part. The  Z scale package contains 2 complete relay cabinets, the N, TT and HO scale packages only one cabinet.

Download the PDF Instruction Sheet for the Relay Cabinet 

Photos of Finished Kit in N-Scale:

 



 

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