The most important building in any small town is the local depot. A gateway to the outside world, it was also the first thing a visitor saw when they stepped off the train! As a result, railroads went to great lengths to build attractive stations, painting them in company colors and adding a variety of trim to make the basic structure more handsome.
Small towns along your line will be delighted to have this building alongside the tracks. It's complete with a high platform, nonworking train order signal and platform lamps, luggage, baggage wagon, benches and much more.