This model is a full scale replica of a depot built by the New Jersey Midland Railroad (predecessor to the present-day New York Susquehanna & Western Railway) at Maywood, NJ in 1872. Stations built to a similar Victorian-era design could be found in small towns and suburbs of larger cities on railroads across the US. The prototype for this model still stands today, and was recently restored by volunteers to its original appearance. It currently houses a small museum which features artifacts from railroads in the region and highlights the station's role in the development of the Borough of Maywood. Full scale replica of 1872-built station with board and batten construction. Kit and Built-Up versions are molded in colors which are historically appropriate for the prototype. Features: Separate window glazing; Separate platform base with brick pattern; Many small detail parts including roof finials, benches; and non-operating lamps under roof overhang. Other optional parts include: separate hairpin style track fence and separate freight platform railing (used to represent the current appearance of the station). Includes decals for various station names. Approximate finished size (including base): 5 Inches x 2.25 Inches.