Hose tower with entrance area from the building series "Feuerwehr 1963" - Modellbahn Union item numbers N-H00177 N-H00178 N-H00179 N-H00180 N-H00181 (The buildings greyed out in the photo are not included!)
With this building complex designed in 1963, which was expanded and modernized in the 1990s, a versatile ensemble is available, which e.g. can also be used as a THW station, military vehicle hall, truck workshop, road maintenance department, winter service base, bus depot, Red Cross accommodation, freight forwarding hall or ADAC vehicle station.
True to the prototype (and in the typical style of the 1960s), the gates in the main building are sufficiently large to accommodate fire engines from early epoch 3, i.e. up to the Magirus corner houses. When the vehicles got bigger and taller in the 1970s and 1980s, it was inevitable to add additional vehicle halls with much larger roller doors. The modular concept of our model follows this history exactly and in every detail true to the original.
All individual modules can be combined flexibly and can be extended or expanded as required. Our N model of the fire department tool shed is consistently and without compromise, implemented exactly on the N scale (1: 160) and manufactured in professional and precise laser cut technology from high quality architectural cardboard. The kit includes two different versions of the roller doors: one in the open and one in the closed form.
The kits are made true to the original using the latest laser technology. The production takes place completely in Germany with Modellbahn Union / DM-Toys in Issum. All components are cut from cardboard or wood with high precision in different thicknesses and allow a quick setup. The surfaces of the buildings are laser-engraved. By this method, the surface is absolutely realistic both in color and in scale. The wall elements are partly toothed lasered and can easily be plugged together and glued. Attractive packaging and detailed construction instructions complete the new product line.