The passenger car servicing building also divides the engine terminal side from the coach yard. Typically, three heavyweight cars are spotted at the spur beside the building.
It is made up of DPM modular walls. The platform in between it and the ice house (lower left) is made from styrene sheet.
This is the backside view from the inspection pits. The track in between the servicing building and the pits is the roundhouse outbound track to the passenger station platforms (in our case, staging).
View from the coaling tower. Pikestuff telephone poles also follow the roadway and help divide the engine terminal “layout” from the passenger car/express car switching “layout”.
Rail height roll-up doors are found at this end of the building. The delivery van is another Sylvan gem.
Vestibule height roll-up doors are provided for accessing the passenger cars spotted there. It is June of 1942 -> the Vargas pin-up calendar inside says so!