American Model Builders 152-176 SP Two-Story Combination Depot Type 22 Left-Hand - LASERkit(R) -- Kit - 11 x 3-1/2 x 4-1/2" 27.9 x 8.9 x 11.4cm, HO


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Over 70 two-story combination Type 22 depots were built by the Southern Pacific
between 1899 and 1910. They were more common in California, but were also found
in Texas, Arizona, Utah, Oregon, and Nevada. A prominent feature of the Type 22
was the two-story high rectangular bay window. A typical Type 22 measured 25
feet wide and was usually 32 feet long or longer. The freight room was built
long enough to accommodate the SP's anticipated business at that location and
ranged in size from 30 to 84 feet long. Other variations between Type 22 depots
also existed such as loading dock size, window and door arrangements, and roof
design as well as mirrored floor plans.



The kit is 100% laser-cut and utilizes Peel & Stick and Tab & Slot construction.
Features include: 3-Tab shingles, loading dock, positionable window sashes,
visible rafter details, and accurately shaped brackets. Optional detail parts
include alternate front waiting room wall and bay ticket window, and three
different chimney styles so you can best match the model to other prototypes.
When completed, this model measures a scale 25' wide with a 38'6" long two-story
portion and a 42' long freight room; actual size is 11" long x 3-1/2" wide x
4-1/2" high the loading dock adds 5" to the length and 1" to the overall width.



A "Right Hand" Type 22 depot can be modeled with kit #152-134 sold separately.

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