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!