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Around the platform

Bus shelters, railings, fences and guided tiles. With this theme, the platform comes to life.

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Stake wire fence

Background information: This type of fencing is common where paths run along the track. They are fences to prevent people walking close to the train. This type of fence is relatively modern and therefore eminently good to use in epoch V and VI.


Bar fence

Background information: Although this type of fencing is sometimes be found along schoolyards, it is often along the back of platforms, in particular in small and medium-sized stations. This prevents persons falling from the platform. Also the fences are often used near railroad …


Open steel wire fence

Background information: This type of fencing is common where paths run along the track. They are fences to prevent people walking to close to the train. This type of fence is relatively modern and therefore eminently good to use in epoch V and VI.


Handrail

Background information: This type of railing is widely used in and around platforms. The handrails are mainly used for ramps and stairs.


Abri's (NS style)

Background information: Shelters come in many sizes and types. The shelters at railway platforms are mainly black, but dark red and dark blue are common seen colors at bus and tram stops. Shelters at railway platforms have most of the time red handrails. Bus and tram stops mainly …


Guiding tiles

Background information: Guiding tiles, such as the white tiles with guiding lines and the black "rubber" tiles are common on today's platforms. Also bus stops and major pedestrian crossings are equipped with these tiles. Both forms of guiding tiles are included in this set.


Benches with billboards (NS style)

Background information: These billboards with benches are common on Dutch platforms. In some cases it is just a billboard, or a billboard with a bench on one side. But on island platforms you also see regularly billboards with benches on each side. The color of these objects is …


Departure tables

Background information: Departure tables are available on most Dutch stations. Sometimes they hang in connection tunnels between the platforms, but usually they are at, or near, the platforms. Departure tables can at least be found on every Dutch “intercity” station. When mak …


Departure tables column

Background information: Departure tables columns are common on large Dutch train stations. Usually they are at, or near, the platforms. When making model departure tables, various real departure tables are actually used to only scale down, for the most realistic picture. Archit …


City name sign (NS style)

Background information: City Nameplates are on almost every Dutch platform. Obviously they mention the name of the relevant station or city. The name is of course different for each station. Therefore there is the possibility below to fill in your own town, so that the signposts …


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