The roof of the control tower comes off, revealing the office space. Inside are desks, and phone, and the necessary coffee maker.
The control tower and the other roof section are able to be removed, giving access to the interior.
Here is the reception desk/ticket counter. A computer and printer are on the back desk. The control tower is accessed by the spiral staircase on the right. I am very proud of the staircase, and is perhaps the most intricate part of this whole MOC.
The excess baggage and mail counter. Shelves are located on the back wall, and access to the station platform is through the brown double doors on the right side (which are also seen in the main picture).
In the center is the waiting area. Plenty of seating has been provided.
Overall this was a very fun build. The only hassle was fitting in the fine details, but that was still fun in its own right. I wanted a train station that looked both old fashioned, but could also appear in the modern world. I believe that I achieved that.
Quoting David the Fire Ninja Jedi
Awesome color scheme! I like the stairs to the second floor! Also, it's big!
Thank you! This one did take a good bit to get it just right and how I wanted it. I have no clue if anyone has used that stair technique before, but it popped into my head one day and I knew exactly how to use it.