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Coaling Tower

These towers are an impressive sight and were an essential feature on mainline railways. The Pecoscene ranges provide the perfect loading material, Real Coal (PS-330 -332), Limestone (PS-342 and 3), Sand (PS-344), Iron Ore (PS-340), Grey Stone (PS-300- 307), and Brown Stone (PS-310 - 317) for a quarry, mine or pit loading hopper. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism (See the Pecoscene Weathering Powder range PS-360 - 365); glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 64mm x 50mm, Height 95mm

OO/HO 1960s Semi-Detatched House Complete

NEW Wooden Laser-Cut Kits

Following on from the release of our Victorian houses, we have moved forward a century with these rather more utilitarian house kits, based on a design that first appeared in the 1960s. We have all seen these houses - they are all over the UK, forming a familiar feature in virtually every town and city.

There are 3 kits available: Low-relief Fronts & Backs, and the Full Building Kit. Easy and satisfying to build, the laser-cut detail is extremely fine, with wonderful brick and tile textures on the surface. The models also feature guttering and downpipes, a separate porch at the front and blinds in the windows, which can be positioned as desired. Once built the models can be painted to reflect the modeller's individual choice. 

You can easily imagine a row of these 1960s house backs lining up alongside the railway, or a small housing estate located close to the railway station - a perfect scene on the layout that can be enhanced with various other PECO, Ratio, Wills and Harburn Hamlet accessories.

OO/HO 1960s Semi-Detatched House Backs

NEW Wooden Laser-Cut Kits

Following on from the release of our Victorian houses, we have moved forward a century with these rather more utilitarian house kits, based on a design that first appeared in the 1960s. We have all seen these houses - they are all over the UK, forming a familiar feature in virtually every town and city.

There are 3 kits available: Low-relief Fronts & Backs, and the Full Building Kit. Easy and satisfying to build, the laser-cut detail is extremely fine, with wonderful brick and tile textures on the surface. The models also feature guttering and downpipes, a separate porch at the front and blinds in the windows, which can be positioned as desired. Once built the models can be painted to reflect the modeller's individual choice. 

You can easily imagine a row of these 1960s house backs lining up alongside the railway, or a small housing estate located close to the railway station - a perfect scene on the layout that can be enhanced with various other PECO, Ratio, Wills and Harburn Hamlet accessories.

OO/HO 1960s Semi-Detatched House Fronts

NEW Wooden Laser-Cut Kits

Following on from the release of our Victorian houses, we have moved forward a century with these rather more utilitarian house kits, based on a design that first appeared in the 1960s. We have all seen these houses - they are all over the UK, forming a familiar feature in virtually every town and city.

There are 3 kits available: Low-relief Fronts & Backs, and the Full Building Kit. Easy and satisfying to build, the laser-cut detail is extremely fine, with wonderful brick and tile textures on the surface. The models also feature guttering and downpipes, a separate porch at the front and blinds in the windows, which can be positioned as desired. Once built the models can be painted to reflect the modeller's individual choice. 

You can easily imagine a row of these 1960s house backs lining up alongside the railway, or a small housing estate located close to the railway station - a perfect scene on the layout that can be enhanced with various other PECO, Ratio, Wills and Harburn Hamlet accessories.

Tan-Y-Bwlch Wooden Station Building

This attractive, single-story laser-cut wooden building, perfectly complements the current PECO Great Little Trains series of Ffestiniog Railways rolling stock, as well as the new arrival of the latest batch of Small & Large England locomotives, which will be keeping the Ffestiniog Railway at the forefront of many modellers' minds at the moment.

These laser-cut kits feature some very fine detailing, such as the combination of textured slate and shingle-type roof tiles, as well as the ribbed walls - replicating the authentic and rustic nature of the building. It may be a model of a specific location but this does not restrict its appeal. This building would also be ideal to represent a village hall, cricket pavilion, scout hut, or other country-style  building.

The kit includes a separate and distinct double-armed semaphore, (as per the location), adding appeal to an already attractive model. 

OO/HO Victorian Low Relief House Backs

The NEW Laser-Cut Victorian Houses

Alongside almost any railway there will be houses, and in model form it will be the low-relief buildings that will be of particular interest to modellers, especially as a feature along the backscene. We have been working hard to develop a new range of low-relief house fronts and backs, as well as the full building and we start off here with a typical semi-detached brick house typical of the Victorian period in Britain. You will be familiar with this style of house as they are still everywhere in the UK!

Our kits have been carefully designed for ease of assembly and feature some lovely detail. The texture of the laser-cut surface replicates the brick courses and slate tiles perfectly. Detailing around the windows and doors and the inclusion of guttering and downpipes is noteworthy, as are the curtains in the window and the provision of additional dormers (house backs kit) and bay windows (house front kit), plus the optional pavement around the base. The dormers, bay windows and pavement are included in the LK-208 full house kit too!

Several kits can be combined to create a terrace of houses, so commonly seen in locations around the country in relation to the railways. A row of house backs alongside the railway and against the backscene, a row of house fronts high on a hill above the station, or a street of semi-detached houses in a town scene, the possibilities are endless! The kits will need painting so the modeller can personalise each one, so necessary when you create a terrace of buildings. No two houses would ever be the same. Acrylic paints are best. We demonstrate this in our new PECO TV video.

OO/HO Victorian Low Relief House Complete

The NEW Laser-Cut Victorian Houses

Alongside almost any railway there will be houses, and in model form it will be the low-relief buildings that will be of particular interest to modellers, especially as a feature along the backscene. We have been working hard to develop a new range of low-relief house fronts and backs, as well as the full building and we start off here with a typical semi-detached brick house typical of the Victorian period in Britain. You will be familiar with this style of house as they are still everywhere in the UK!

Our kits have been carefully designed for ease of assembly and feature some lovely detail. The texture of the laser-cut surface replicates the brick courses and slate tiles perfectly. Detailing around the windows and doors and the inclusion of guttering and downpipes is noteworthy, as are the curtains in the window and the provision of additional dormers (house backs kit) and bay windows (house front kit), plus the optional pavement around the base. The dormers, bay windows and pavement are included in the LK-208 full house kit too!

Several kits can be combined to create a terrace of houses, so commonly seen in locations around the country in relation to the railways. A row of house backs alongside the railway and against the backscene, a row of house fronts high on a hill above the station, or a street of semi-detached houses in a town scene, the possibilities are endless! The kits will need painting so the modeller can personalise each one, so necessary when you create a terrace of buildings. No two houses would ever be the same. Acrylic paints are best. We demonstrate this in our new PECO TV video.

OO/HO Victorian Low Relief House Fronts

NEW Laser-Cut Wooden Victorian Houses

Alongside almost any railway there will be houses, and in model form it will be the low-relief buildings that will be of particular interest to modellers, especially as a feature along the backscene. We have been working hard to develop a new range of low-relief house fronts and backs, as well as the full building and we start off here with a typical semi-detached brick house typical of the Victorian period in Britain. You will be familiar with this style of house as they are still everywhere in the UK!

Our kits have been carefully designed for ease of assembly and feature some lovely detail. The texture of the laser-cut surface replicates the brick courses and slate tiles perfectly. Detailing around the windows and doors and the inclusion of guttering and downpipes is noteworthy, as are the curtains in the window and the provision of additional dormers (house backs kit) and bay windows (house front kit), plus the optional pavement around the base. The dormers, bay windows and pavement are included in the LK-208 full house kit too!

Several kits can be combined to create a terrace of houses, so commonly seen in locations around the country in relation to the railways. A row of house backs alongside the railway and against the backscene, a row of house fronts high on a hill above the station, or a street of semi-detached houses in a town scene, the possibilities are endless! The kits will need painting so the modeller can personalise each one, so necessary when you create a terrace of buildings. No two houses would ever be the same. Acrylic paints are best. We demonstrate this in our new PECO TV video.

WHL Platform Shelter

The NEW West Highland Line Platform Shelter Laser-Cut Kit

The NEW West Highland laser-cut wood kits, all based on buildings on the existing West Highland Line extension between Fort William and Mallaig in Scotland. In fact Arisaig station was the inspiration for these attractive models, a delightful station on a very scenic and popular route, famous for many reasons but likely to be moist memorable for its role in the Harry Potter films. It is a route that has become a firm favourite with modellers so these kits will certainly be welcomed by many and be the inspiration for a number of new layout builds for sure.

Built by the North British Railway, the West Highland Line travelled through a stunning part of the country and soon became popular with tourists as well as providing an essential link to the outside world from the sparsely populated Highland areas. The station buildings are particularly attractive and our kit of the station at Arisaig personifies that appealing design.

WHL Station Building

The NEW West Highland Line Station Building Laser-Cut Kit

The NEW West Highland laser-cut wood kits, all based on buildings on the existing West Highland Line extension between Fort William and Mallaig in Scotland. In fact Arisaig station was the inspiration for these attractive models, a delightful station on a very scenic and popular route, famous for many reasons but likely to be moist memorable for its role in the Harry Potter films. It is a route that has become a firm favourite with modellers so these kits will certainly be welcomed by many and be the inspiration for a number of new layout builds for sure.

WHL Platform Mounted Signal Box

The NEW West Highland Line Platform Mounted Signal Box Laser-Cut Kit

The NEW West Highland laser-cut wood kits, all based on buildings on the existing West Highland Line extension between Fort William and Mallaig in Scotland. In fact Arisaig station was the inspiration for these attractive models, a delightful station on a very scenic and popular route, famous for many reasons but likely to be moist memorable for its role in the Harry Potter films. It is a route that has become a firm favourite with modellers so these kits will certainly be welcomed by many and be the inspiration for a number of new layout builds for sure.

FOOTPRINT (INC. ROOF OVERHANG) 65 X 65mm

WHL Signal Box

The NEW West Highland Line Signal Box Laser-Cut Kit

The NEW West Highland laser-cut wood kits, all based on buildings on the existing West Highland Line extension between Fort William and Mallaig in Scotland. In fact Arisaig station was the inspiration for these attractive models, a delightful station on a very scenic and popular route, famous for many reasons but likely to be moist memorable for its role in the Harry Potter films. It is a route that has become a firm favourite with modellers so these kits will certainly be welcomed by many and be the inspiration for a number of new layout builds for sure.

WHL Rannoch Station

The NEW Rannoch Station Wooden Laser-Cut Kit

The style of Rannoch Station building, built in 1894, is typical of the type of structure found on the North British-built line from Glasgow to Fort William. Sitting on an island platform this is a long building, so consequently the model created from this kit is certainly impressive! By contrast the platform-mounted signal box is quite diminutive when compared with the station, but both structures possess the stylish "Swiss Cottage" style of construction and consequently are very attractive.

Despite its size we have designed the station kit to be as easy to construct as possible, with carefully designed parts that fit snuggly together and the assembly instructions are clear and informative. It would not surprise us if the signal box kit is adapted for other uses, such as a shelter, tea room, waiting room or greenhouse: it has many possibilities! The kits feature some incredible detail and texture, something that we have been working really hard to achieve - so much better than the basic appearance of so many other laser cut kits available on the market.

FOOTPRINT (INC. CANOPY OVERHANG) 460mm x 114mm

GWR Wooden Station Building (Monkton Combe)

Monkton Combe, once an intermediate station on the long-closed Camerton branch near Bath, was thrust into the limelight in 1952 when it was chosen to be the location for the filming of the famous Ealing Comedy "The TitfieldThunderbolt". 

Highland Railway Signal Box

A accurately laser cut wood kit supplemented by injection moulded roof. Glue and paints required to complete model.

Garden Buildings and Accessories

This kit comprises mostly of plastic injection moulded parts, plus a laser cut wooden sprue containing the lawnmower and roller. The kit contains: Greenhouse, Conservatory, Garden Shed, Garden Seat, Cold Frames, Water Butt, Wheelbarrow, Lawnmower, Lawn Roller, and 330mm of Larch-Lap Fencing with gate.


Yard Office

Often, the yard foreman would have an office near the yard gate, for completing paperwork and answering the telephone (don't forget the telegraph poles [Ref 452]!). Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism (See the Pecoscene Weathering Powder range PS-360 - 365); glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 46mm x 30mm.

Yard Crane

Kit of a useful general purpose type crane, also often seen at canal basins etc.

Yard Crane

Used for loading goods onto wagons, these cranes were to be found by bay platforms in small stations with no goods sheds or in the yard of larger stations. The kit includes fine chain for the operating drive wheels and cord for the jib. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism (See the Pecoscene Weathering Powder range PS-360 - 365); glue is required to complete this model.

Wooden Station Building

A accurately laser cut wood kit supplemented by injection moulded roof, windows and doors. Glue and paints required to complete model.

Wooden Lineside Huts

2 huts for shelter and tool storage or with many other uses; platelayers huts, tool stores, lamp huts etc. - even garden/allotment sheds or temporary site huts. Glue and paints required to complete model. Footprint: 42mm x 32mm each

Windows, Doors, Gates and Porch

Scratch and kit builders accessory pack. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. This kit includes:
‚Ģ 5 assorted doors
‚Ģ Pentice roof and supports (to go over a door)
‚Ģ 2 Domestic gatess
‚Ģ 15 assorted domestic windows
‚Ģ 7 assorted decorative window lintels

Windows and Doors

Scratch and Kit builders accessory pack. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. This kit includes:
‚Ģ 3 assorted domestic doors plus optional assorted door surrounds
‚Ģ 12 assorted domestic window frames plus optional assorted window surrounds

Weighing Machines

Pack of 4, 2 different types.

Weighbridge and Hut

Many goods yards had weigh bridges so that the 'carriage price' of a load to be carried by rail could be costed. Goods were then loaded into the goods shed. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism (See the Pecoscene Weathering Powder range PS-360 - 365); glue is required to complete this model. Footprint; Weighing Deck 85mm x 50mm, hut 45mm x 35mm.

Weighbridge and Hut

Commercial vehicles arriving with goods to transport by rail were weighed to work out their levy. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 82mm x 81mm

Wayside Station Building

This building provides a ticket office, waiting room and parcels facilities. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 116mm x 60mm

Water Wheel and Sluice Gates

Enables you to make a building into a water mill. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model.

Water Trough

A essential feature on steam era main lines for over 100 years; this kit contains parts to make 760mm of troughs and includes relevant signboards. Use in conjunction with the large Water Tower (Ref 551). Glue and paints are required to complete this model.

Water Tower, GW Pillar

Water towers with cranes were generally used on platforms and in other areas with restricted space. This kit will build either a tower with a flat top or the familiar GWR conical type. Includes stove, water crane etc. as well as etched brass chain and ladder; glue and paints required to complete model. Use the Ratio Water Crane and Fire Devil Kit 413 if further cranes are required.

Water Tower and Stone Base

A raised water supply for an engine shed or to supply platform water cranes (See Ratio 413 and Peco LK-2 Water Cranes, also Ratio 550 Water Troughs). Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 66mm x 55mm.

Water Tower

Often seen in the loco yard or near the platform end. Use LK-2 Water Cranes if additional cranes are required.

Water Tower

A fairly universal design seen at many steam loco depots. The kit includes water gauge, water crane, fire buckets and lamp. Use the Ratio 413 Water Crane and Fire Devil kit if further cranes are required. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint 90mm x 60mm

Water Crane and Fire Devil

Stations often had these Water Cranes at the end of the platforms so the locomotives could be refilled without detaching them from the train. Also included is a coke brazier, called a 'fire devil' to keep the cast iron pipe from freezing up during the winter. These cranes were usually supplied by a large water tank (see Ratio 506 and 551 and Wills SS34 kits). Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model.

Water Crane

Usually supplied by a water tower (See LK-1, Ratio 506, 540, 551 and Wills SS34 kits).

Village Scene, Bench, Horse Trough and Village Cross

Add interest to your village centre with these generic structures. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. footprint: 76mm x 59mm.

Village Forge

A building to complement the SSAM101 Blacksmith Set. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 84mm x 55mm.

Victorian Gents Toilet

This type of urinal, consisting of cast iron screens but otherwise open to the elements was found at busy locations in city centres and railway stations. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 92mm x 34mm.

Victorian Cast Iron Bridge

Model of a Victorian style cast iron bridge, designed to be used with the SS64 abutments kit. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Span: 110mm

Vari Girder Plate

This Plate Girder Bridge kit can be made up to suit the length of span required, and is therefore particularly useful where roads/ railways cross at an angle other than 90 degrees or where a long bridge is required. Maximum girder length 352mm. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model.

Turntable, Well Type

This easily assembled kit makes a model of a Ransome and Rapier well type turntable. It can be used with either Code 100 or Code 75 track. As supplied it is hand operated, but a motorising kit will be available soon. Full instructions supplied.

Truss Girder Bridge Side

Can be used with Wills SS83 Stone Piers to create an impressive viaduct as seen on many railways around the world. Detailed plastic moulding supplied 2 in a pack.

Traversing Crane

From the late 1960's the spread of shipping containers revolutionised the transport of goods. On the railways marshalling yards gave way to intermodal depots as containers are transferred between ships, trains and road vehicles. The Rolling Underframe kit (Ref 546A) can be added to transform this unit into a movable crane. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism (See the Pecoscene Weathering Powder range PS-360 - 365); glue is required to complete this model. Footprint; Sides 61mm wide X 125mm High, Span 153mm

Train Shed/Locomotive Depot/Engine Shed

Kit consists of parts to build one complete Train Shed Unit which will span two tracks, and can be combined with further units to build a larger facility if required. Inspection pits were often placed in the tracks in these buildings (See LK-56/156). Easily adapted to create a modern building for non railway use.

Timber Yard

Timber yards and Builders merchants premises offer possibilities of extra variety of traffic into the station goods yard. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model.

Signal Box

Based on the Saxby and Farmer design seen on many railways across Britain. Footprint: 90mm x 56mm + 40mm over staircase. The Ratio Signal Box Interior kit 553 will provide a wealth of interior detail. Don't forget SS89 Point Rodding, SS22 Lamp Huts and, of course, signals! Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model.

Timber Island Platform Station Building

This Island Platform building is designed to be used with the Wills SS61 Platform and SS54 Canopy, and can easily be adapted to make a larger building using additional kits.Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 92mm x 60mm.

Three Arch Viaduct

Can be extended by adding additional kits and the SS83 Piers, or with the SS81 Extra Arch and Pier. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 423mm Long, 124mm Wide and 234mm High.

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