Low relief houses, shops and lineside industries fit along backscenes to give the appearance of greater depth in minimum space.
Dimensions 175mm x 10mm x 94mm
A low-relief or part-depth model of a good transfer building with two loading doors and canopy shelter.This building is typical of railway and industrial warehouse construction from the late 19th and early 20th century period. The building could be a railway good store or a private warehouse with rail or road access to the loading doors.258mm x 77mm x 109mm
Low Relief Local Bank Dimensions 97mm x 38mm x 103mmLow relief buildings are modelled as frontages only, allowing a scene to be crafted with a relaistic three-dimensional appearance without using up a significant depth. The buildings help set the scene for the layout and break up the division between baseboard and backscene panels.
Low Relief Bookmakers with Maisonette Dimensions 70mm x 19mm x 132mm
Low Relief Off Licence with Maisonette 70mm x 19mm x 132mm
Low Relief Hardware Store with Maisonette Dimensions 70mm x 19mm x 132mm
A detailed ready painted half-depth model of gasometer.This model is half-depth, designed to sit flat against a backscene as a lineside feature. If desired two can be placed back-to-back to create a full circular gasometer. 133mm x 66mm x 247mm