SERVICE STATION WITH STANDING SEAM ROOF, N SCALE
_____This model is of a typical service station seen from the 1950's through today. Today though, they are equiped with newer gas pumps replacing older less accurate single fuel pumps._____
_____This model is based on a concrete block structure measuring fifty (50) feet wide by twenty eight (28) deep. There are two service bays with an equipment bay in the rear. Interior walls define the front office and restrooms from the service bays.
_____In order to lower the 3D printing costs, the floor(s) and ceiling(s) if desired shall be supplied by the modeler. Styrene sheet, or even 110 lb card stock, of 0.020 in to 0.025 in (approximately 0.508 mm to 0.635 mm) thickness should be adequate. Ledges are supplied in the model for installation of a floor and ceilings._____
_____One (1) to three (3) of the Scale_Model_StructureS "Gasoline Pump" model will fit perfectly with this "Service Station" model._____