Victorian Railways
N Scale 3 Stall Engine Shed

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The Victorian Railways at larger depots use to house their locos in locomotive roundhouses, which consisted of 3 distinct types. The straight through road unit (Cohuna, Wodonga, Portland etc), which could house 1 or 2 locos, the large and massive structures that allowed entrances from multiple points like the famous North Melbourne, Ballarat East and Benalla, Maryborough depots. The third design was a radial unit which were common around the state. Good examples were Mildura, Traralgon, Warrnambool, Korong Vale and Cressy to name a few. Some were built using masonry as the main structure but still to the radial design. Seymour is a good example of such a structure. The kit is indicative of how the sheds were in the 1960’s after having the smoke troughs that use to poke through the roof removed and then roofed over.
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Part no SD028:  The roundhouse kit features removal roof N scale corrugated iron roof, VR trusses, concrete or brick floors, steel crew lockers, vented roof, 2 ways of positioning the windows (fixed or leaning), detachable store house, detachable sand house, extra floor to raise the footprint for taller locos or built up track. Can be expand to 6, 9 etc. stalls plus the buyers of 2 or more kits get the extra trusses to continue their roof build. Provision has been made for lighting in the roof space as well. Basic history notes and paint advice are given. 

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Built without the stiore house. Its up to the builder what they would like to include in their vesrion

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Rear showing windows

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Deatiled interior can be added if desired by the builder