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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'.

W&W West Amity Station
HO Scale #27603 $ 34.95



W&W Project Links

2-6-0 Locomotive
Builds #1, #2, #3, #5, or #6
   
2-6-0 Locomotive
Builds #4 or #7
   
Boxcars
   
Gons
   
Iams Station
   
Deer Lick Station
   
Hackney Station
   
Dunn Station
   
Waynesburg Roundhouse
   
E.B.T.


Other Projects

Logging

Cabin Creek Structures

Goin' Home Series

New River Yard


Send an E-Mail with your comments and suggestions. Perhaps there is something that we need to add to these projects! Your input is extremely important as we make decisions about the direction of these ongoing, and our future, projects.

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