This kit is based on a structure that stood on Fowler Street, just south of Milwaukee's hometown depot. It's companion Freight Office next door handled the paperwork. Its classic American design is similar to buildings in many other cities making it ideal for use in any shipping terminal. On your layout the Freight House can also be used as part of a larger industry or in a railroad yard to handle company materials. Special end walls in the Freight House allow you to easily combine kits to create a longer facility serving more cars. The easy-to-build Brick Freight House has detailed plastic parts molded in appropriate colors and comes with illustrated instructions. The finished structure as shown measures: 9-3/4 x 9-3/8 x 4-3/8" 24.8 x 23.8 x 11.1cm.
The Brick Freight House is one of a wide variety of Cornerstone HO railroad buildings.
Easy-to-build plastic kit
Prototypical brick construction
Includes special end walls so you can easily combine multiple Freight Hosue kits
Found at railroad and industrial facilities from the 1900s to the present
Loading dock with metal awning
Molded in appropriate colors