Trackside telephones, spaced at fairly frequent intervals, are a vital necessity on most railroads. These phones are usually sheltered in shanties or in a box mounted on telegraph poles, and connected to a dispatcher's or operator's train line or the nearest interlocking tower or station.INCLUDES: One Telephone Shanty ...Read more
in a box mounted on telegraph poles, and connected to a dispatcher's or operator's train line or the nearest interlocking tower or station.
INCLUDES: One Telephone Shanty and Pole Kit (Unassembled) **HO SCALE**
Molded in authentic railroad colors (polystyrene plastic)
Does not need painting (customer preference)
All parts are numbered (refer to instruction/diagram sheet)
Shanty resembles a Reddish-Brown shanty with a Gray roof. Shanty sits on a Gray base. Kit includes a Brown telephone pole, and phone box.
REQUIRES: Plastic Cement and Hobby Knife
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