Built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1854, the Ringoes station has the distinction of being one of the oldest in New Jersey still in use as a railroad station.
Black River and Western volunteers began restoration in 1964, and it has received different paint schemes over the years; my personal preference is for the cream and green version of the railroad's earlier era.
Given the station's relatively ordinary style, I'm pretty sure I can bash this from similar kits; or, it would be fairly simple to scratchbuild.
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