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Posted in Structure Plans by Rob Chant. (Updated Thursday, February 06, 2020 at 11:21:00 AST.)

STRUCTURE PLAN: Small 1-Stall Engine House (24x60-feet with a 10x38-foot addition)

I needed a small 1-stall engine house for a layout, but couldn't find an appropriate structure in my library files, so I decide to design one. I wanted a building that appeared to be an updated version of an older structure that was originally built on a stone foundation. The main building measures 24x60-feet, and a newer 10x38-foot addition...

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TAGS: Structure Plans: Engine Houses



Posted in Structure Plans by Rob Chant. (Updated Saturday, January 04, 2020 at 11:26:00 AST.)

STRUCTURE PLAN: Lineside Supply Shed

The drawings for this Lineside Supply shed were publish in an article which appeared in the September 1958 issue of Model Railroader written by Jack Work. It was a fantastic article that offered some great tips on how to detail a small scene that included this shed. Sheds like these could find a home on almost any older railway, and in a variety of...

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TAGS: Structure Plans: Small Sheds / Buildings



Posted in Structure Plans by Rob Chant. (Updated Saturday, January 04, 2020 at 9:03:00 AST.)

STRUCTURE PLAN: Lineside Shed (Small)

At one time, small lineside sheds like this could be found everywhere since it is a very simple structure that would be common to many railways. Even today, if properly weathered to a dilapidated condition, it could still find a home on a modern layout. It could be used for a small section house or yard office, a tool shed, and even a hard cart...

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TAGS: Structure Plans: Small Sheds / Buildings

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