The Northern Pacific used several different series of standard plans for combination depots containing passenger and freight facilities. Each series had several different sizes of depots and included both one-story and two-story structures. In the years 1889 through 1899, Chief Engineer J. W. Kendrick directed the preparation of a group of plans referred to as the S-26 drawing series that included plans for three different lengths of one-story depots with each length having two versions. The smallest version with low platform, the Class C Combination Depot (the prototype for this kit), was 55 feet long by 24 feet deep. The Class C eliminated the waiting room, had a smaller operator's bay, and there were several changes in door and window positions too.
The kit features 100% laser-cut parts including Tab & Slotted wall and roof components, Peel & Stick windows, doors, and trim, authentic roof and gable brackets, interior floor with wall partitions, white metal chimney, Peel & Stick 3-tab style shingles, and color signs.