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A WIP fresh off the 3d printer! The walls alone took 11 days straight of printing!

Anyone care to play "Guess. That. Station!" ?

I'll release a new photo or two, every time I hit a new milestone on this project.

If your guess is correct, I'll let you know in the comments.

The game ends with either a correct guess, or if the station is finished (with painted name) first!

Hint: Out of 5 near identical stations on this North American railway, Only 2 survive, this onewasn't one of them (meaning if you guess any of the 3 that were demolished its an accepted answer!)

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Next step, Processing! Might contract out painting the brick walls later though... 

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@John A posted:

Does your company, Railroad Avenue Reproductions, have a website? Thanks, JohnA

Not currently.  For now its just a hobby making station kits, or places found on the frequently named "Railway Avenue", and selling through ebay (whatever is in stock) or in person.  Usually whenever inspiration hits me, or by custom commission (size depending, and plans provided).  Probably will look into something after October when life settles down a bit. 

@DylTrains posted:

A WIP fresh off the 3d printer! The walls alone took 11 days straight of printing!

Anyone care to play "Guess. That. Station!" ?

I'll release a new photo or two, every time I hit a new milestone on this project.

If your guess is correct, I'll let you know in the comments.

The game ends with either a correct guess, or if the station is finished (with painted name) first!

Hint: Out of 5 near identical stations on this North American railway, Only 2 survive, this onewasn't one of them (meaning if you guess any of the 3 that were demolished its an accepted answer!)

First Photo:



Next step, Processing! Might contract out painting the brick walls later though...

I'm pretty sure that the roof line is totally different, but seeing those rounded window frames on the near end reminded me of the old Boston and Maine station in Laconia, New Hampshire, which I visited earlier this summer.

Laconia, NH Old B&M Station

Those 3D printed brick walls look fabulous, by the way! I'm curious to see how the build progresses.

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  • Laconia, NH Old B&M Station: The station has been largely restored and is a combination museum, boutique shop and starting point for railbike tours.

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