I hope specs are reversed! Say it is wider than deep. There are a number of kits for shorty engine houses out there that won't house an 0-2-0 (not a typo) much less a Mikado. A lengthy engine house could find a market here.
I think the dimensions are misleading if that is indeed a photo of the building. The building in the photo is obviiously longer in the direction of the length of the stalls, the 19 inch plus dimension, and narrower in the direction perpendicular to the stalls, the 11 inch or so.
19" in length would be good, as that measures to house my MTH Russian Decapod. Owners of other engines might whip out their Menard's yardstick. Would like to see all sides in case l would need to lengthen.
Yikes. No service doors? I just had to fabricate doors, not provided, for this Danish single stall, that was only 14" long, and l just measured and 14" won't work for a couple of bashed gas electrics. So l hope this is 19"...l didn't find a source for doors? Who has?
I also like this building. The architecture reminds me of a local trolley barn from the 1920-30's that I saw in a some photos. I'm running out of current layout space, but may have to finagle some things around to see if this building can be added.
Just got this in, another nifty, rustic coup from Menards. It, unboxed, may not be 18" l need for MTH Russian decapod, but l will add to run-through side, and paint, as light color won't work for coal road. Probably need to lengthen for Little River 2-4-4-2, although l don't have one handy to measure. Oddly, just finishing doors on Danish one stall engine house. May have EH for each end of line.
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