The post office was built at the turn of the century, but it has undergone many changes and is now fit for the modern postal service. New features in keeping with the period include an extension for the porter and a loading ramp in the yard that is protected by a lean-to roof. The four transport carts can be loaded with parcels. Featuring wall lamps, postboxes and a flagpole with flag, the street facade also looks impressive. Four telephone boxes are included and can also be positioned in the surrounding streets. The Postamt lettering and the window grilles are made from sturdy laser-cut card.