American Model Builders HO Scale: Union Pacific Standard Single Story Depot
This Union Pacific Railroad prototype dates back to the Harriman era and represents one of the most common designs used by the railroad beginning in 1900. Representatives of the 24' x 64' depot class could be found in the states of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wyoming and many lasted well into the diesel era with a few examples still standing today. Unlike our earlier UP depot Kit #127, which represents an Oregon Short Line version, this newly designed right hand bay depot is configured with the UP's more commonly used waiting room door and window arrangement.
It features laser-cut roof brackets and gable trusses, Peel & Stick 3-Tab shingles, an interior floor with wall partitions, white metal chimneys, and a separate loading dock with ramp.
The finished structure measures 10" Long, x 3.5" Wide x 2.5" High.