The front of the rail station is marked with some features like the
- double lamp post before the steps
- flower bed on the left
- bicycle rack on the right
- The little yellow sign was taken from the set because it is the 'transport sign' Lego uses and it features on the minifigure of the train conductor in the Green Emerald steam train.
The facade of the build has a swing door as well as a sliding door. Except for the office side of the building the windows go all the way to the floor. After much 'motivating', the mini train sign on the station is a collaboration with Lauren. I am quite proud of it.
As you walk in, to your left the ticket booth is present and to your immediate right are seating arrangements and to your far right is the cafeteria complete with coffee machine and wall shelf. The roof technique is emulated from the creator sets which allows it to be easily detached to see the inside.
On the rail side of the build there are two doors one is for passengers to get onto the platform and the other one is for the station masters access to and from the platform and the ticket booth. The arched overhead is very much imitating how stations are in UK countryside. There are seating arrangements ending with a bin on the far side of the platform. The platform ends onto the overhead crossing that leads to the other platform.
Finally, when it is integrated at the end of the high street:
|Pre Rail Station|
|Post Rail Station|
Cyber-dog brick out.