This classic single-stall engine house will be at home on most layouts. While typical of designs throughout the country, the prototype was built for the Central Vermont. It can provide protection for a variety of locomotives from moderate-sized steam locos to almost any diesel. This building includes a machine shop addition allowing light repairs to be made on the locomotives.
Features precision laser cut wood parts engineered with tab and slot construction and utilizes peel and stick trim for maximum ease of assembly. Appropriate cast resin details and instructions with clear diagrams are included.