I made this for the annual Eurobricks’ Expand the Winter Village Contest VI. I bought the sand green roof and plates a couple years ago with a small rural train station in mind, and I finally found enough time and motivation to actually build it.
The station lies in a rural area, and is not highly frequented, so the one platform is sufficient for all the train stopping at the station.
Close to the station is a semaphore signalling post.
The station is built from the rock found in a nearby quarry.
Inside the station there’s a table used as a ticket booth. Behind the table is a small wood burning furnace to keep the place warm in the winters. On the other side there’s a bench for the passenger, and a small Christmas tree put up by the two employees of the station.
More pictures can be found on my Flickr.