Railway Laser Lines – Laser Cut OO Gauge Diesel Depot 2 Road Kit – Excluding Base
Now available to the railway modeller to enjoy making is our laser cut OO gauge diesel depot kit. This is Railway Laser Lines’s second laser kit available on the market. It is a 2 road, 2 engine length OO gauge depot kit that is made from MDF, card and acetate.
The skeleton of the laser cut OO gauge diesel depot 2 Road Kit is made from MDF. So are the internals – the roof trusses, the door sides and top box along with the engraved depot doors. The outer layer of the depot kit is engraved brickwork to give that professional finish.
This 2 road diesel depot kit includes a base and we thoroughly recommend that it is used to get the maximum benefit from the kit and to square the framework. The skeleton framework interlocks for a nice fit and with the roof trusses and cross members give that extra support too. Once the base is done, it simply allows you to slide your OO gauge track in and will butt up close to the edge of the rail, hiding the sleepers. Once the centrepieces are added between the rails, it will give that overall flush finish and will look fantastic when it has all been painted in a concrete colour and weathered accordingly.
Video Instructions For This Kit
This kit currently only comes with written instructions. We have added the instructions on the product page as well so you can read them direct from your computer/ipad/mobile if preferred. At this moment in time, there is no video instructions for this kit. However, if you go to our product video page (see below), we have put a video montage of the photos taken during the build of the demo kit.
Click here to watch the montage video
Instruction Kit Documemnt
For those that prefer to download the instruction kit and view from their computer/ipad/mobile,
Click here to read the instructions on how to build this kit. (NB: This instruction kit listed on here will see updates, so please check this one for the most up-to-date version.
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