A detailed full colour pre-cut printed card buidling kit based on the main school building of St Chads school in Headingly, Leeds.Constrcuted in a quite typical civic style of the Victorian/Edwardian period using brick construction with large window openings surrounded with decorative stone masonry. The kit can easily be modified to create a suitable for use as a school, village or church hall, library, chapel or sporting pavilion / club house.
A printed card kit of a typical GWR branch line terminous engine shed based on the shed at Tetbury.
This engine shed features doors at one end and a water tank at the closed end.
A printed card kit of a GWR station building based on the buildings at Chalford.Now with cast chimney pots, detailed roof and more details.
Card model kit to construct a traditional stone church with bell tower.Some additional card is required to complete the model and some parts, including the tower top/roof for this church, are supplied on sheet 4A4.
A sheet containing a number of useful accessories including stone walls, timber fencing and paved paths. In addition there are a number of station and outbuilding parts. These can be used to convert the stone smithy (4F2) into a station building with optional canopy. Alternative ends are supplied, so the extension can be converted to a stand-alone shed or garage.
Two walls (one 3'6" one 4'6" scale height) length 490mm. Timber fence 320mm length. Pavement, two sections, 900mm total length with four corner sections.
Low relief models allow the frontage of a building to be placed against a backdrop to provide a natural edge to scenes.
This card kit provides a row brick-built houses, ideal for making a town appear to flankÂ your railway, with houses blocking the joint between the baseboard and a sky backdrop.
The SCATS (Southern Counties Agricultural Trading Society) warehouse card kit allows you to place a siding close along the backdrop of your railway to serve this business without using up space with a full depth of a building.
Based on a now demolished structure in the yard of Arlesford station.
This goods receiving depot is an ideal lineside backdrop for a major toen or city where the railways once had the major market share in small packet deliveries. These depots were concentration and distribution centres, allowing wagons full of individual parcels to be despatched to other major depots.
Delux Materials AD57 Roket Card Glue 50mlAntics Recommended for Card Kit Construction.
Card model kit to construct a large public house, typical of country and canalside pubs. Just like many of the Bilteezi kits alternative frontages are provided, allowing the kit to be used to represent a large town house or house and shop.
This sheet also has a floor template, roof and top of tower for the church sheet, 4A3
Bilt-Eezi card kits first appeared in 1948, modelling typical buildings from the pre war and contempary era. Many quite distinctive structures styles are included, usually with a range of options available, with alternative frontages. The kits can easily be modified to your requirements. Prototype models kits are based on real railway buildings, ideal for constructing a realistic station or scene. Unlike the precut Superquick and Metcalfe card kits you will need a new, sharp knife blade and a steel rule to cut the parts for these kits. The thin card may need additional strengthening during final assembly. An extra layer of card or plastic sheet can be used, or plastruct shaped sections (eg. angles) can be used to keep corners square and rigid.
All the kits are printed in full colour, only the leaflet with the photographs is black & white!