1939 Standard Phone Booth (Set of 4)
The most common structure on a railroad was the phone booth. Located where ever trainmen and section forces need to get in touch with the dispatcher these small buildings could be found at junctions, sidings, industrial sidings, section tool houses and many other locations. Most lasted until the use of radios made them redundent. This building is an upgrade of an older design that used board and batten construction.
- Set of 4 booths
- Correct width laser engraved vertical siding.
- Trim has self-adhesive backing for ease of construction
- Walls feature tabbed construction
- Rolled roofing with self-adhesive backing
- 2-1/2" x 2" foot print will fit on any model railroad