You are purchasing a professionally made 6-story O Scale shadowbox elevation front fabricated by Todd Architectural Models & Layouts. This shadowbox measures 1” deep. This particular shadowbox is modeled after a Union Pacific trackside warehouse, except that the design has been converted to an industrial warehouse, and a third, fourth, fifth and sixth story have been added to the original 2-story design and a concrete band for placement of text has been added. The loading platform is 15/16" deep.
This trackside warehouse, WH-1H-1, measures 12” long by 20” tall. This shadowbox set will be made in one section for an overall length of 12". As an added feature, you may specify a building name. The brick will be medium red with bright red, dark brown and light tan overtones. The windows will be black and doors will be green. The building name will be bronze.
The rear panel of the shadowbox is removable to allow for the addition of LED lighting. There are individual floors and ceilings that have a space provided for a square styrene tube that can act as a chase to hide post-purchase wiring. The ceilings each have cut-outs for the placement of LED lights.
For an additional charge, we will add LED lights to your order. The charge is $7.00 plus $3.00 per LED, up to 10 LED’s per shadowbox section. We use Superbright 5050 LED’s with 36” wire leads.
For an additional charge, we will add a canopy over the loading dock. The charge is $15.00 per shadowbox section. The canopy comes complete with laser cut corbels and tarpaper style roofing.
Each shadow box is constructed of laser scored and cut acrylic plastic, and Taskboard, and is professionally finished to be individually unique. Windows are fabricated using two layers of laser cut Lazerboard for sashes and frames. You may specify clear or translucent acetate glazing. Each shadow box set is made at ¼” = 1’-0” scale and will be a welcome addition to your O Scale layout.
This is a custom order item. Construction of this model will take between one and three weeks depending on the project queue in the shop.