For an upcoming exposition close to Bilbao, I┤ve re-visited the concept of the old french "Royville" train station. Although the MOC carries the name of the town where the exposition is held, for all practical purposes this *is* the Royville station.
View to and from the modular covered platform;
A view down on the track-side of teh main building;
A total frontal view of the construction;
The station is 3 baseplates (32x32) long, and separates easily into 3 modules for practical transport.
The 8-wide platform is 4 bp long. Also modular.
View from the Street-side;
Although this is an old building, it is clear that the whole entrance part has been renovated in a more modern style;
Some close-up shots of details;
A close-up view of the simple -yet sturdy!- construction of the platform lampposts;
Stay tuned for the presentation of the accompanying commuter-train in the local "Euskotren" livery...
The building looks great with some amazing techniques used for the detail work. I love your lamp post design, it will probably be many years before I build a train station myself, but I sure hope it is at least half this good!