Passenger service on the "Lost Coast Division" takes a backseat to freight operations but that doesn't mean it isn't there, usually gumming up the local switching operations at the most inopportune times, so I do have passenger stations scattered across my layout. They are an eclectic bunch of structures ranging from wooden and cardboard craftsman and laser cut kits to a couple of cast resin structures you could use to block the tires of your car so it doesn't roll downhill. Basically they are what I picked-up cheap at train shows back in the days when you could do that kind of thing. The above is the first N-Scale craftsman kit I ever built and it now serves as the home of the "Lost Coast Model RR Club", the "Humboldt County Railroad Museum" and Eureka's RDC served commuter rail. This is an old photo as I have added rain gutters and downspouts since it was taken. Another craftsman kit, this one cardstock, that serves the community of "Petrolia"; "We're not just a 'Big Oil' Company Town". There are examples of more manufactures in this picture than I could hope to keep track of many of them I don't even remember. This is my pride and joy, a scale kit of the Azusa California station the town I spent a goodly portion of the first thirty years of my life in. It is a cast resin/plastic (?) stricture from the now sadly defunct "Nu-Line". I'll leave it here for now, though I have several more stations available to show.