This is an HO scale model printed in ABS. The model is based on drawings from "The Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette". The land that the station was built on was purchased and used to store mine tailings. The owner removed the roof and gently filled the building with tailings they continued filling the area until the building, with walls intact is not under about 100 feet of stone. Central City, Colorado was the first area of Colorado to be mined for gold. The design work was done using Inventor Pro. The slicer was simplify3d.
The STL files for this building are available from charles.dollins.org/buildings/ and are free.