Diesel Engine Houses like this were constructed along railroads at most rail yard facilities. After steam engine roundhouses were retired, diesel engines needed a more modern facility in which to maintain them. These buildings often included door cabinets, supply cupboards, lube oil, sand storage bins, automatic oil burning space heaters, a desk and clothes lockers. This engine house has space for one locomotive and includes the smoke jack vents to exhaust the diesels.
What’s in the kit?
Laser-cut structure kit made of premium card stock and fiber board Laser-etched, simulated metal siding and roofing. Laser-cut windows, doors, and trim; all with peel-and-stick backing for easy assembly and painting. Lead free cast metal roof vents, lights, smoke jacks, dumpster, fuel tank, barrel cluster Directions with photos and diagrams for easy step by step construction
Size: 5-1/8”L x 3-1/4”W x 2”H