W. & W. R. R.
The HO Scale Model
W&W West Amity Station
According to Koehler and Gayvert in Three Feet on the Panhandle, the Waynesburg and Washington Railroad was a three-foot, narrow gauge line formed in 1875 in southwestern Pennsylvania. Acquired by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1885, it was a steam railroad until 1933 when the last fire was dropped. Rail service continued until the late 1950ís using gas-powered vehicles.
West Amity is located near milepost 12. The station still exists, but has been moved to a farm for use as a storage shed.
Your layout can feature this station! As part of our W&W series, the West Amity Station is now available.
This kit consists of laser-cut basswood, cardstock, and plywood, styrene roofing, and individual batten siding. The tabbed construction eases assembly. Interior floor is included. Footprint is 24' x 22'.
Builds #1, #2, #3, #5, or #6
Builds #4 or #7
Deer Lick Station
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