From the front, it looks like a Victorian-style building.
From the rear, it includes a rail section and a covered area where people can wait for the train.
The covered area and rail section are separate pieces: use them, or not, depending on the needs of your scene.
Note that the main doors do not open and close- to keep this model from getting any larger,
there is no interior. And since there`s no interior, there`s no need for opening doors.
The clock hands on the main tower can rotate… adjust the dials to create any hour of the day!
The main building contains 94,241 polygons,
which means a super-high level of detail.
Unlike some models which use thousands of polygons just to make a curved surface smooth
(even though most programs smooth the polygons of a model), there are almost no “wasted” polygons on this model.
The waiting area building contains 6,094 polygons.
The sign on top can be changed by applying your own texture map to the “sign front”… or hide the sign completely!
Model created for RPublishing by Vanishing Point
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