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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
The Werris Creek station building has a decorative moulding that goes around at the top of the upper storey walls.
This length is for the rear of a station building model that is to the correct prototype width of the buliding (some minor trimming of the length may be required).
The other rear length is for a station building that has been narrowed to fit between the diverging tracks on a model where the diverging junction is a number 6 point (turnout) and the North West side of the building is straight. The actual North West platform wall of the building is curverd, matching the curvature of the North West track.
There are also two long lengths, one for the TAM (Tamworth) platform side of the building and one for the NW (North West) platform side.
A short length for the front of the building is also available.