School is back in session and it’s the perfect time to introduce our newest O gauge structure! Introducing the School District No.12 Bus Maintenance Facility!
It’s Saturday morning and the Bus Maintenance Facility is alive with action. Even though it’s not a school day, the workers use this opportunity to wash and maintain the buses from School District No.12.
The mechanics thoroughly inspected each bus, making sure the engine, brakes and tires are in tip-top shape. And it looks like all three buses passed the test! Meanwhile, another pair of drivers are happily washing one of the buses outside of the garage. They better make sure to close the roof hatch or they’re in for some wet seats!
Prebuilt, prelit and ready to go! This School District No.12 Bus Maintenance Facility is spectacularly lit with over 45 LED lights. Both the interior and exterior glow brightly, so you can experience every detail. And, with its atrium-style roof, you can get a glimpse of its fully decorated interior from above.
This structure comes complete with a fully landscaped platform, which includes 6 bushes, grass and authentically weathered cement. You will also notice 4 workers, a trashcan, a handcart, a stack of tires and Jack the German Shepherd. And the most prominent feature of this bus garage are the 3 die-cast O scale buses with opening doors and roof hatches.
Dimensions: 9-1/4"W x 16-3/4"L x 5-3/4"H
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