Maintenance of Way, i.e., the maintenance of the track and roadbed requires the railroad to keep a stockpile of spikes, tie plates, switch stands, and other components. Sheds like this were used for that purpose. Nothing fancy, just a place to keep things out of the rain.
This new kit consists of laser-cut basswood, plywood, and cardstock, tarpaper roofing, detail castings, and loads of character. It was based upon an AT&SF prototype. The doors are positionable, and individual battens are included if board-and-batten siding is desired. The tabbed, well-engineered construction provides fast and easy assembly. The footprint is about 22' x 29'.
New River Yard
Boxcar Storage Shed
Signal Maintainer's Storage
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