Standard Section Tool House According to the 1942 edition of the , “the building most common to all railroads is the small section tool house.” The proto-type for our tool shed is one located at Pando, CO on the D&RGW line. It is typical of the D&RGW’s standard tool shed–a rigid frame, pre-fabricated galvanized steel structure. This type of shed was commonly placed at each section, throughout both the standard and narrow gauge systems. The sheds began to appear around 1940 and can still be seen today on the D&RGW as well as on other lines. Our sheds can be modeled with the doors open or closed. Foot-print for HO version is 2-1/4″ x 1-3/4″. Railway Engineering and Maintenance Cyclopedia — Product No. 5905 — Quantity:1 — Exterior Measurement: NA — Fits Within: NA — Additional Notes: Products may contain small parts and should be kept safely away from small children. Minimum recommended age for customers is fourteen years old.
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