Kitbashing with Scale Plans

by Tom at ScaleModelPlans

Monon Depot

Monon Depot

We've recently completed modeling the Monon Depot in Lafayette, Indiana. Someone mentioned to me that the main part of it looked like a bank, so I lopped off part of it and replaced a few windows to see what it would look like. I already have more depots than passengers on my layout, and I needed a bank, so it worked out well.

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by: Greg Warth

Nice Work! And versatile - could be used either way. Thanks for sending it in!

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