Railway Laser Lines – Laser Cut O Gauge Toton Fuel Line Store & Maintenance Office.
One of the UK’s main depots that still survive today is Toton Traction Maintenance Depot, currently owned under DB Schenker.
Toton has a large fuelling area, with 3 large fuel tanks and a number of outbuildings along side these. Railway Laser Lines are pleased to announce that our first of a range of kits from Toton is the old Fuel Line Store & Maintenance Office that still stands today, albeit there is now a newer reception building next door.
The outbuilding measures around xxcm in length, so won’t take up huge amounts of room. Where this lacks in size, it certainly doesn’t lack in detail and we’ve gone that extra mile with this kit to also include a fully brick interior too. The level of detail that the laser machine can do with bricks is second to none and no plasticard or resin can match. The roof has a strange side outlet that allows the drain pipe to come from and we’ve even added that to our kit and enclosed a brass tube for the downpipe.
The kit is made from MDF, laser-card and acetate for the window glass. The kit shouldn’t take more than a few evenings work, allowing for parts to dry and what better way to wipe away the dark miserable evenings with a nice session in kit building.
Instruction Kit Document
This kit comes with a parts list. We have added the instructions on this product page (we no longer include instructions within our kits, to save paper) so you can read them direct from your computer/ipad/mobile but if preferred, you can still upload and print them out. At this moment in time, there is no video instructions for this kit.
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. Current version – Updated:7th February 2020.
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Toton Fuel Store/Maintenance Office image courtesy/copyright of Darren Frearson