The weather here continues to be a delaying factor in my FA-FB-FB-FA Project. The units are still sitting on the workbench waiting for some sunshine and temps above 50 degrees so I can paint them in my outdoor painting studio, better known as the patio.
That said it's time to introduce the newest structure on the New York Central Train Layout. the Water Street Freight Terminal. The building is a Walthers Cornerstone kit of the same name, item #933-3009. From the kit's instruction sheet: "Freight Terminals were once essential to railroad operations, handling small less than car load (LCL) freight shipments. Loads arrived in boxcars or refrigerated cars and were transferred to a fleet of trucks for local delivery. The trucks would also pick up freight that was to be shipped by rail. Each railroad serving a community had it's own freight terminal, usually located near the main passenger station or classification yard." Perfect for the New York Central Train layout.