Passenger train cars, unless serviced right on the station track at the terminal, will lay over in a coach yard between runs. There are narrow concrete platforms to serve both sides of a cars on body tracks in this subyard. Subyard ladder tracks lead directly to lead tracks extending to the station at Maberly. The building provides a commissary for dining cars and laundry for Pullman Co. The four story building has kitchens on the ground level, offices on the second level and crew layover accomodations on the third and fourth floors. The lower section of the building has laundry on the ground floor and storage on the second floor. Another view. This bulding falls into the FLAT category in that it is only 7/8ths of an inch deep even though it represents a deeper building. Flats can be used where the space is narrow. The depth can be seen in this next picture. I built this structure while watching NASCAR on Saturday and Sunday. Three guesses as to what materials I used.