Castings are supplied unpainted unless otherwise stated in the description.
N (2mm scale) Range
Battery house 1. A small battery house to sit alongside your railroad tracks wherever battery backup would be required to operate equipment in the event of mains power failure. The model measures 12mm wide x 12 mm long x 17mm high. Each pack contains two units.
Battery house 1. As above, but ready painted.
Battery house 2. Modelled on the battery house that sat beside the passenger depot at Parkesburg, WV this model comes with a separate base to facilitate painting and texturing of the base before the body of the building is glued in place on top of it.Similar units are still in use wherever electrical power has to be available in the event of a mains supply failure, e.g. for signals, crossing barriers, etc. The building measures 12mm wide x 15mm long x 14mm high and the base is 15mm wide x 20mm long.
Battery house 2. As above, but ready made and painted.
Outhouses 1 & 2. The outhouse can still be found in yards in many rural areas of America. These models are of timber built single-seater examples, one with a single pitch roof and one with a double pitched roof. The models are supplied as resin castings with card to form the roofs.
Outhouse 1 – painted. The outhouse can still be found in yards in many rural areas of America. This model is of a timber built single-seater with a single pitch roof. The model is supplied ready assembled and painted.
Outhouse 2 – painted. The outhouse can still be found in yards in many rural areas of America. This model is of a timber built single-seater with a single pitch roof. The model is supplied ready assembled and painted.
Outhouse 3. The outhouse can still be found in yards in many rural areas of America. This third model in our range of rivies is of a timber built two-seater with a single pitched roof. The model is supplied as a single resin casting with card to form the roof.
Outhouse 3 – As above, but ready made painted
Outhouses pack 1. This pack contains one of each of our first three N scale models in this range, two single-seaters and a double-seater. The models are supplied as three resin castings with card to form the roofs.
Outhouses pack 1. As above, but ready painted.
Shack 1. A simple kit to make a small board and batten shack with a felted roof and a veranda at one end. The finished model measures 42mm x 11mm x 24mm.
Shack 1. As above but ready assembled and painted.
Small shanty. A small shanty supplied in easy-to-assemble kit form. The kit allows the model to be assembled in many ways to provide variation in appearance. The log bin can be attached in whatever position required, or left separate from the building. The chimney can also be positioned on either side of the roof. Dimensions of the main body are approximately 25mm wide x 35mm long x 25mm high.
Small shanty. As above, but ready made and painted.
Log cabin 1. A simple to assemble kit to model a small log cabin with scale internal size of 24 feet square and having a covered veranda along the front, a stone chimney stack and a shingled roof. The footprint of the model is 56mm wide and 72mm front to rear.
Log cabin 1. As above but ready made and painted.
Coal staithes. British style timber built coal staithes with five cells. These were to be found at many stations where coal and coke was unloaded from the wagons it was transported in and the local coal merchant bagged it ready for delivery to his customers.
Coal staithes. As above but ready painted.
Yard office. A small, timber built, yard office building with a single slope roof. The model measures 22mm long by 16mm wide by 16mm high at the front. Supplied unpainted.
Yard office. As above but ready painted.
Buffer stop. A sleeper-built buffer stop, as found in at the end of many sidings. These were a common sight in goods yards around Britains railways. Two castings per pack.
Buffer stop. As above but ready painted.
Wooden log bins. A pack of three small log bins which will find many uses on your railroad and add detail to your scenes. The bins are 11mm long, 8mm wide and 8mm high.
Fans 1. A pack of five fans which can be used to customize the walls of your industrial buildings by simply painting them and gluing them in place. The models measure approximately 4mm square.
Fans 1. As above but ready painted in grey.
40 cu ft gas tank. A domestic gas (propane) tank of the type used to feed heating systems. The model is approx 20mm long and supplied as two tanks per pack.
40 cu ft gas tank. A single tank as above but supplied ready painted in white with red valve cover.
Steps 1. Four castings of scale four feet wide flights of steps with a scale rise of four feet six inches.
Steps 2. Two castings of a flight of steps, each measuring 8mm wide by 50mm long, for use as an aid to scratch-building.
Roof access door. A common feature on many flat rooftops, allowing easy access for maintenance. Make your kit-built models individual with this easily added feature. Supplied in packs of two castings.
Roof access door. As above, but ready painted.
Roof block house. A useful utility style building that can represent an air conditioning house or a elevator shaft house on top of a building, or find many other uses at ground level. The model is 17mm high with a 20mm square base.
As above, but ready painted.
Alloy building 1. A small pressed-aluminium style building suitable for use as a motor car shed. The model measures 32mm wide by 20mm deep by 23mm high and has a personnel door and a roller shutter door on the front.
Alloy building 1. As above but ready painted in white with brown doors.
Relay cabinet 1. A modern, metal style cabinet with doors front and rear. The models are supplied two in a pack.
Relay cabinet 1. As above but supplied ready painted in grey.
Dutch Barn. A small Dutch styled barn structure. The model has a footprint 28mm square.
Office & store. A model of a small, brick built office with attached storeroom. The model is highly detailed and measures 34mm long by 23mm wide by 26mm high to the ridge. Supplied unpainted.
Office & store. As above but ready painted.
Roof ducting kit. Construct your own configuration of rooftop ducting with this kit of parts. The ducting is 4.8mm square and the ends have slots and tabs for easy alignment. The kit includes 30 pieces, vis: 10 x Straight section (Part A), 2 x 90 degree Curved section (Part B), 2 x 90 degree Curved section (Part C), 2 x 45 degree Angled section (Part D), 2 x 45 degree Angled section (Part E), 4 x Air inlet/outlet stack (Part F), 4 x 90 degree joint (Part G) and 4 x Through-roof connector (Part H)
Rooflights. Small double-pitched, glazed rooflight unit. Two per pack.
Rooflights. As above, but ready painted.
Ducting straights (5). Straight pieces of our rooftop ducting, each representing five straight pieces joined end to end, to aid making long straight runs. The length of each piece is 100mm long. Matches our other standard (4.8mm square) ducting. Three per pack.
Ducting straights (3). Straight pieces of our rooftop ducting, each represents three straight pieces joined end to end, to aid making long straight runs. The length of each piece is 60mm long. Matches our other standard (4.8mm square) ducting. Three per pack.
Ducting elbows (90). A pack of four 90 degree bends (2 left-hand and 2 right-hand) which match our standard (4.8mm square) ducting.
Ducting hatch. A 20mm straight ducting section which includes an inspection hatch. As a general rule, inspection hatches are placed close to any point where the ducting passes through a roof. Supplied as a pack of four units.
Ducting vent. A different style of vent to those supplied in the ducting kit. These require the cowls gluing in place on the uprights prior to painting. The uprights include an inspection hatch for maintenance of the filter. Supplied in a pack of four units.
Square mushroom vents. Pack of four square mushroom style vents, with access hatch detail on the column, to detail your rooftops.
Anderson shelter. A single casting of a WWII Anderson bomb shelter. Often to be found on allotments these days.
Culvert 1. A cast concrete style water culvert ready to build into your scenery. The model is 53mm wide, stands 32mm high and has a pipe diameter of 12mm.
Culvert 1. As above, but ready painted.
Chimney bracket. A simple bracket with an inspection hatch and a recess to take an 8mm diameter tube to form the chimney. Supplied in packs of two units.
Grade crossing 90 degree. A set of three castings to make a rural grade crossing. Designed for use with code 55 track, the castings can be thinned by sanding for use with finer scale track. The road is a scale 20 feet wide. The angle quoted is the angle between the line of the track and the line of the road. Left and right refer to the direction the road takes when looking towards the track.
Grade crossing 67.5 degree left. See description above.
Grade crossing 45 degree left. See description above.
Grade crossing 67.5 degree right. See description above.
Grade crossing 45 degree right. See description above.
Garden shed 1. A model of a Dutch-barn styled garden shed supplied as a single casting. The model measures 20mm long, 16mm wide and 20mm high.
Garden shed 1. As above but ready painted.
Garden shed 2. A British style, pitched roof garden shed with a triple window on one side and a door at the left-hand end. The model measures 12mm wide by 17mm long and 15mm high. One per pack.
Garden shed 2. As above but supplied ready painted.
Garden shed 3. A British style garden shed with a single pitch roof, two windows on one side and a door at the right-hand end. The model measures 12mm wide by 17mm long and 17mm high. One per pack.
Garden shed 3. As above but supplied ready painted.
Company house 1. A kit to make a model of a typical, single-storey, timber-built, rural house that would have been provided by a large company for its workers.
Culvert 3. A small cast concrete style culvert with a 6mm bore and angled side retaining walls. Each pack contains two castings.
Chicken coops. Two castings of small chicken coops.
Chicken coops. As above but ready painted.
Chickens & coop. A casting of one of the above chicken coops plus a casting of two chickens and a feeder on a shallow base.
Chickens & coop. As above but ready painted.
Pig hut 1: A single model of a typical 8ft square, arc-roofed, corrugated metal pig hut. Supplied unpainted.
Pig hut 1: As above but supplied ready painted.
Pigeon loft 1: A model of a small wooden pigeon loft with single pitched roof. The landing deck is supplied as a separate casting so it can be positioned as desired. Supplied unpainted.
Pigeon loft 1: As above but supplied ready painted with the landing deck mounted on the front.
Dummy switch motor. A model of the Union Switch & Signal Company pneumatic switch motor and valve unit as used on many American railroads. Supplied as three units (Each unit consists of dummy motor plus valve unit) per pack and unpainted. A diagram showing the pipe-work arrangement is included.
Horse trough 1. A single, unpainted casting of a small horse trough having an overflow notch at one end. The trough measures 14mm long by 5mm wide by 4mm deep.
Horse trough 1. As above but ready painted.
Planted horse trough 1. A single model of a simple, stone horse trough that has been painted and planted with flowers.
Building front 1. A low-relief model of a modern industrial unit having a block lower wall and pressed-metal upper, with a pitched roof and a roller-shutter vehicle access door to the right of centre. The model is 92mm wide by 75mm high and 5mm deep.
Building front 5. A low-relief model of a larger, modern, pressed-metal industrial unit with a pitched roof. The unit does not feature any doors and is 144mm high to the ridge, 117mm to the eaves, and 152mm wide.
Building front 6. A low relief model with a single slope roof which has been designed to be used to extend our N-091or N-099 models to the left, as viewed, but which can also be used alone or with N-093 or N-101 models. The model does not feature any doors and is 77mm wide 117mm high at the highest point and 88mm high to the eaves.
Building front 7. As above but with the roof sloping the opposite way to extend N-091 or N-099 to the right as viewed.
Building sides 1-20. A set of castings providing a base, walls and roof sections to give our Building front 1 model a depth of 25mm front to back thus creating greater relief. The sides are plain, i.e. no doors or windows.
Building front 2. A simple plain brick low-relief building front with capping, measuring 34mm wide by 59mm high.
Building front 3. A simple low-relief building front with three floors of windows and capping, measuring 34mm wide by 59mm high.
Building front 4. A simple low-relief building front with three floors of windows with a door at the lower right and capping, measuring 34mm wide by 59mm high.
Building front 8. A low-relief model of a larger, modern, pressed-metal industrial unit with a pitched roof. The unit has a 25mm wide by 30mm high vehicle access door cast 40mm from the right-hand edge and is 144mm high to the ridge, 117mm to the eaves, and 152mm wide.
Building front 9. A low relief model with a single slope roof which has been designed to be used to extend our N-091or N-099 models to the left, as viewed, but which can also be used alone or with N-093 or N-101 models. The model has a personnel door cast 22mm from the left-hand edge and is 77mm wide 117mm high at the highest point and 88mm high to the eaves.
Building front 10. As above but with the roof sloping the opposite way, and the door positioned 22mm from the right-hand edge, to extend N-091 or N-099 to the right as viewed.
Building front 11. A low-relief model of a modern industrial unit having a block lower wall and pressed-metal upper, with a pitched roof. The wall is plain and does not feature doors or windows. The model is 92mm wide by 75mm high and 5mm deep.
Building sides 2-101. Two sides and two roof panels to match our N-091 and N-099 models. The sides are 101mm long and 117mm high. Plastic rod is supplied to form the roof ridge.
Building sides 4-101. A set of two 101mm long side walls and two roof panels for use with our Building fronts 1 (N-090) and 11 (N-102) to make a deeper low relief or complete building.
Log pile 1. Two castings of small stacks representing pulp wood logs. The “logs” are a scale 8ft 6in long and the stacks measure approx. 18mm wide, 18mm long and 10mm high.
Log pile 1. As above but ready painted.
Log pile 2. A stack equal to four of the above stacks in a row.
Log pile 2. As above but ready painted.
Plank loads. Two different plank loads each 38mm long.
Plank loads. As above but ready painted.
Concrete blocks. Models of palletized concrete blocks. Each pack contains five castings.Four are of single pallets stacked with 60 blocks and the other is a block of four pallets (2 wide by 2 long) of 60 blocks each.
Pit props load 1. Two wagon loads of pit props standing vertically. The castings measure 33mm longby 13mm wide by 14mm high.
Pit props load 1. As above but supplied ready painted.
Sulphate load. A model of a load of sulphate sacks to fit the Grafar bogie sulphate wagon. One casting per pack.
Pit props load 2. Two wagon loads of pit props standing vertically. The castings measure 30mm longby 13mm wide by 14mm high to fit the shorter Graham Farish open wagons.
Pit props load 2. As above but supplied ready painted.
Goods piles 1. A casting of a group of oil drums (One drum high) covered with a tarpauline,and a casting of a stack of small boxes. Can be used as wagon loads or yard clutter.
Goods piles 1. As above but ready painted.
Oil drums. Contains 10 drums in various configurations of singles, doubles and trebles.
Oil drums. As above but ready painted in various colours.
PGA load. Two castings of loads to fit the Graham Farish PGA wagon.
PGA load. As above but ready painted.
Coal load 1. Two castings to simulate coal loads in open wagons. The models are 35mm x 14mm and are supplied unpainted. They may be used to simulate other mineral loads.
Coal load 1. As above but supplied ready painted in black to simulate coal.
OTA load. Three individually different castings to represent a load of logs on an OTA wagon. Two sets may be used on a KTA wagon. Supplied unpainted. Castings may be arranged in any order to vary the appearance of the load.
OTA load. As above but ready painted.
OBA block load. An unpainted casting representing a wagon load of building blocks.
OBA block load. As above but ready painted.
Building sides 3-152. A single casting of a building plain side to match our N-092, N-093, N-100, and N-100 Building fronts or for use as a stand-alone, low relief unit. The panel has a rebate along the top edge to accept roofing material. The section is 152mm long and 88mm high.