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The Open-Air Transload Building makes it easy for customers to add a typical post-War freight transfer facility near their yard or team track. The kit features a large "concrete" loading dock, enclosed staging warehouse and sheltered dock. It's patterned after a Santa Fe prototype and is a great destination for box cars and flat cars. It's a natural for detailing with pallets, drums, sacks and forklifts (sold separately) and makes a great stop for wayfreights and switchers if you're into prototype operations.
|Size||635 x 133 x 76 mm|
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