A card kit to build a model of a brick-built semi-detached house. A number of optional parts are provided to make each house different.
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 of shop fronts, with town shops and department store.
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.
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.
Kit temporarily out of print.Printed card kit to build a standard type GWR signal box based on the box at Portmadoc.
Card model kit to construct a traditional stone church with bell tower. Some additional card is required to complete the model.
This kit is temporaily out of stock (Dec 08)
Card model kit to constructÂ up to fourÂ signal boxes with parts to allow different sizes and styles of signal box to be built, includingÂ two small ground frame 'huts'.
Introduced in the late 1940s the Bilt-Eezi range was based on buildings seen from the 1920s onwards, with many useful period scenes. High quality artwork and printing ensures realistic appearances are achieved. The card kits can easily be modified to suit your layout, space and location.
Please note that Bilt-Eezi kits are cut and fold construction, we recommend use of new, sharp blades and a steel rule to cut out the pieces. Some strengthening may be required for the printed surfaces, this can be done by adding an extra layer of card inside the building, or using plastruct angle sections to keep corners square.