Metcalfe PO334, 00 scale, Settle & Carlisle Station Shelter, Kit build service.


This beautiful design is a replica of the standard small station shelters found along the Settle-Carlisle route.

Complements our Settle-Carlisle Station kit


Get your Settle & Carlisle Station Shelter ready built. This lovely building will enhance any layout.

We have delivered many kit builds to satisfied customers via our Ebay shop.

Buy now and save time on your next layout project. Many of our builds are used as dioramas for displaying model vehicles such as buses and Fire appliances.

The Settle and Carlisle line

The Settle and Carlisle line was opened in 1876. Built by the Midland Railway, it needed many expensive structures. One such was the Ribblehead viaduct. The viaduct, restored in 1991, is now a tourist attraction. Surviving many closure attempts, the line was reprieved in 1989.

The Midland Railway used a standard style of architecture. Stations used stone and slate. The windows and doors were painted red. Many original Midland station buildings survive.

Why Buy?

No time to build Kits? See the key features of this build, below.

  • Prices competitive with other ready built ranges.
  • Save time and focus on the fun!
  • Fast checkout with PayPal buy now.
  • No fuss, just order.

Firstly the kit is made of precision cut card, secondly it contains laser cut components for that fine scale look. Finally it will be built to a high standard.

Our service

We offer a kit building service for all the popular card kits. The price shown here includes the price of the kit, shipping and construction.
This will be a ready to plant building built to a high standard. If you have any special requirements please contact us.

The fully finished building will be shipped five days after payment is received. Delivery will be three days after that.

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