This country-style railway station at the line Stade-Bremervörde was built in 1898. The type of building was widely used in railway architecture.
Passenger traffic was discontinued in 1993. Thanks to a friend association, it was possible to restore the building in 2010/2011. The museum railway Moorexpress now operates on this route.
The main building is a timber structure clad with attractive wooden paneling giving the building a Scandinavian appearance. The freight shed has been solidly built as a timber-frame structure. A signal box was added later.
When using track with built-in trackbed, compensate for the extra high with the base.
Authentic historical model
258 x 162 x 75 mm