Model buildings

complete buildings in variety of scales and building fronts for scratchbuilding


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Railway Buildings

LBSCR Small S&F type 5 Signal box

LBSCR small signal box

Possibly a classic design, with its overhanging roof. Found all over the LBSCR system, and beyond. Sizes from small to large. Size depending on size of Saxby and Farmer signaling lever frame. 
This is a fairly common sized version, 15ft by 11ft, found on many small stations. This particular one is based on the preserved one at Isfield.

Brickwork is a variant of Flemish bond, with odd bricks to enable bond to work along full length and width. 

Interior not included, but this can be fitted from below (or fit box over interior).


Requires finishing and painting

 

LBSCR Small S&F type 5 Signal box (Right hand door access)

LBSCR small signal box (right hand access)

Possibly a classic design, with its overhanging roof. Found all over the LBSCR system, and beyond. Sizes from small to large. Size depending on size of Saxby and Farmer signaling lever frame. 
This is a fairly common sized version, 15ft by 11ft, found on many small stations. This particular one is based on the preserved one at Isfield.

Brickwork is a variant of Flemish bond, with odd bricks to enable bond to work along full length and width. 

Interior not included, but this can be fitted from below (or fit box over interior).


Requires finishing and painting

 

 

Gomshall Signal Box

 ww2 build pillbox style building on Guildford to Redhill line  . Model based on this.



LMS ARP Signal Box

Given the importance of signal boxes to the running of a railway, it was deemed important at the start of WW2 to build new and relacement signal boxes which could withstand some bombing.
Concrete and brick would be the main material used, and the LMS even replaced wood with metal for windows. Most new signal boxes were big, some very big,but smaller ones could be found and the last LMS ARP type was installed as late as 1949 at Town Green station near to Ormskirk. 

This one is a small, 3 window sized signal box, which is ideal for small stations and yards. 
Available with either a brick staircase or an open one with concrete side panels, either as a left or right hander. 
Right hand brick stairs

 

 




Left hand brick stairs

 
Right hand open/concrete stairs  

Left hand open/concrete stairs  

 


Provender Store

A small goods building,found on many lines., in particular ex Southern Railway. The design is modular so can be offered in different configurations if required.











 

Southern Railway line side hut

Classic Southern Railway concrete hut, found everywhere on their system.




 



Concrete line-side shed

simple concrete sided, based on old Hornby Dublo one





Small Garden Shed






GWR coaling stage  

The standard GWR coaling stage. This captures the overall look, as individual sheds would have design differences. Brickwork is standard English bond as used by the GWR in all its brick buildings.
The whole structure is one piece. It is designed to fit over the raised track at the back. Internal floors are required.

GWR style brick goods shed  

GWR style goods shed in brick standard GWR coaling stage. This captures the overall look, as individual sheds would have design differences. Brickwork is standard English bond as used by the GWR in all its brick buildings.

Interior walls are also brick covered, but internal raised platform not included. Roof trusses in position.
The whole structure is one piece and just needs painting and glazing..

 

GWR Pagoda station building


Possibly one of the iconic designs that the GWR introduced for small stations and halts. Although primarily designed for passenger use, variants were also produced for use as cycle sheds and other storage buildings, even complete station buildings. Sizes varied, but the one I have done is based of original GWR plans.

 

LSWR footbridge West Moors station

Early concrete footbridge built by LSWR  for West Moors station on line from Salisbury to Bournemouth, near to junction with line to Ringwood. 

Nissen Huts (complete)
French Buildings

 

Low Relief Boulangerie shop, centre door, 3 floors , version 1.

Gare de Chey,Tramway des Deux-Sevres

Terraced Houses
These are intended as examples, other combinations can be produce , including names on shops
Bottom 2 houses and shop on a sloping road

Z-87-lr-stone-t-shop-ld-slope-l2r-bot3-1 HO (1/87) scale



Top 2 houses and a shop on a sloping road

Z-87-lr-stone-t-shop-cd-slope-l2r-top3-1HO (1/87) scale

Terrace House -Brick (Flemish bond) door on left

 

 


Terrace House-Brick (Flemish bond) door on right

 

 

  

Terrace House Back -Brick (Flemish bond) door on left

Terrace House Back-Brick (Flemish bond) door on right

 

Terrace House Extension Brick (Flemish bond) left side

Terrace House Extension Brick (Flemish bond) left side

Terrace Shop Brick (Flemish bond) Door on left, chimney on left

Shop name can be added on request

 

Terrace Shop Brick (Flemish bond) Door on left, chimney on right

Shop name can be added on request

Terrace Shop Brick (Flemish bond) Door in centre, chimney on left

Shop name can be added on request

Terrace Shop Brick (Flemish bond) Door in centre, chimney on right

Shop name can be added on request

Terrace Shop Brick (Flemish bond) Door on right, chimney on left

Shop name can be added on request

Terrace Shop Brick (Flemish bond) Door on right, chimney on right

Shop name can be added on request

Art Deco Roadside Garage

Classic Art Deco design for 1930s roadside garage . Front only, low relief.

Z-1-152-garage-1-(N scale)

Z-1-100-garage-1-(TT scale 3mm/ft)

Z-1-87-garage-1-(HO scale)

Z-1-76-garage-1- (OO Scale)

Z-1-55-garage-1- (5.5mm/ft scale)

Z-1-43-garage-1-(O scale)

Z-1-32-garage-1- (Gauge 1 scale)

Shop Fronts
Shop front with door on left

 

Shop front with door in centre

 

 

Shop front with door on right