Two useful buildings for steam-era railway stations, plus a couple of extra accessories.
Platelayers' huts were placed at intervals along the line of the railway, providing storage for track workers' tools, plus a handy shelter in inclement weather.
Coal merchants often had a small office hut in the goods yard, a lock-up where scales etc. can be stored and where the daily records of shipments can be kept.
Through-truss single track girder bridge kit with approx. 1 foot span length.This flexible kit structure can be used to create a bridge to suit your location requirements. Parts are provided to allow kits to be joined together for longer spans or wider decks.
Pack of 4 unpainted road sign blanks.Traditional type signs with circular warning triangles over information board.
A pack of unpainted station platform accessories including platform trolleys, vending machines, packages, milk churns, railway staff and passenger figures.