Cut and Assemble a Victorian Railroad Station (H-O)
Craftspeople and Victoriana enthusiasts can now assemble an authentic replica of an actual station in Point of Rocks, Maryland, built in 1875. Ideal for model train layouts and school projects, this colorful structure will delight both young and old model builders alike. Introduction and instructions. 2 diagrams. 6 plates of color pieces.
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Apply glue apply pressure architectural areas arrows assembly attach the main awning piece bargeboard piece base piece benches blade bottom brackets pieces buildings carefully cart century chimney tops completed consists construct corner steps cut the slits decorative gables designed dormers dots dull edge exactly extended tabs Finally flap fold and glue formed by piece front given piece glued joint holes including Insert the tabs larger piece layout lines little LOCATION OF PIECES main roof main tower roof marked nineteenth numbered optional passenger photographs and diagrams piece as indicated pinholes place PLATE platform Point of Rocks portion railroad station regular steps reverse-scored roof piece roughly scale score and fold shape shown side pieces sign piece simpler project single piece piece smaller piece smokestacks stability stack steps pieces stoop structure style sure surface three tiny tion tool top tower upper tower walls vertical slits walls pieces X-ACTO knife