Salisbury Point Station.
The station was built by the Eastern Railroad in the 1870's at Rocky Hill Road in Salisbury, Massachusetts. It measures a mere 11 feet wide by 20 feet long but don't let these measurements fool you! A busy place it was, receiving all the mail and newspapers bound for Salisbury Point from Boston on a daily basis.
Other activities involved the shipping and receiving of commodities from local businesses such as the Lowell Boat Shop where many dories were built and shipped from the same Railroad station that received a large majority of their "raw" stock.
Boston & Maine Salisbury Point Station - Amesbury, MA - circa 1914.
Photo courtesy of the Boston & Maine Railroad Historical Society.
• Length: 2 3/4"
• Width: 1 5/8"
• Tool Shed:
• Length: 1 1/8"
• Width: 1"
• Out House:
• Length: 1/2"
• Width: 1/2"
This kit features:
• Laser cut wood for easy assembly
• Peel & stick shingles
• Peel & stick window panes (No glue marks!)
• All 3 structures - Station, tool shed and out house!
• Simple step by step instructions
• Proudly made in the USA
This kit contains small parts and is not intended for small children.
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