I'm kinda pooped today so this will be short. Our selection is what I believe to be an Issmayer Pre-war train station. There are no manufacturer's marks but the shingle pattern and overall look point to Issmayer, a German manufacturer of toy train accessories prior to World War II and is approximately from the 1920s. It's kind of hard to tell from the photographs but not only is all the detail lithographed, it is embossed as well! The lithography neatly follows each brick, window, and door frame. What an excellent job! Although the awning sticks out quite far, there are no apparent attachment points for supporting posts. Instead there are two sturdy beams running from the back wall to the front of the awning. The door is missing on my example unfortunately. Size-wise this is a large structure more suitable for Standard Gauge trains than O-gauge. It's a wonderful example of the toy maker's art. Enjoy!