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Water Tower

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

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.

Modular Covered Footbridge

With its fine scale latticework and curved section roof, this typical footbridge will add interest and a sense of importance to any model station.The versatile kit design means that the stairs can be assembled to face in either direction or straight off the end of the bridge. Additional kits can be used to create multiple spans, whilst larger, busier stations often had 2 stairways to each platform, leading off in both directions. Could also be used without the roof sections at a large terminus under an overall station canopy. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering (See the Pecoscene Weathering Powder range PS-360 - 365) can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Span: 180mm

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

Locomotive Servicing Depot

The kit comprises a coaling stage, water tower with crane, and a hoist for loading the coal. This model and the Engine Shed kit (Ref 522) make a good starting point for any layout in need of steam engine facilities. The Pecoscene Real Coal range (PS-330 -332) provides the perfect addition, as do the Pecoscene Ash and Cinder Scatter Materials (PS-320 - 322). An Inspection Pit (Peco LK-56/156) was also a common feature. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism (See the Pecoscene Weathering Powder PS-362 Coal Dust); glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 140mm x 80mm

Oil Depot

Oil depot for distribution of domestic oil, which was transferred to road vehicles to deliver to domestic customers. Kit includes hut, base , pipe fittings, catwalk, ladders and Esso transfers. The Peco Wonderful Wagons Petrol Tanker Kits R-75RD and R-75S kits can be used as delivery vehicles. 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 180mm x 95mm

Platform/Ramps

Stone edged platform with brick support will make up various combinations of platform; glue and paints required to complete model. See also Modelscene Station Staff 5059, Passengers Standing Sets A and B 5057 and 5058. Footprint: 480mm x 92mm

Concrete Footbridge

A Southern Railway design that will span 2 tracks and includes lamps and smoke deflectors. Glue and paints required to complete model. Span 150mm.

Cattle Dock

A common feature of country stations large and small, whilst market town cattle docks could be very large indeed. Our model is of the one at Yeovil Pen Mill (GWR) Station, Somerset. Livestock (Modelscene Cows Ref. 5100, Sheep and Lambs Ref. 5110, Pigs Ref. 5108, and Horses Ref.5105) was conveyed on British railways until around 1973, although many cattle docks remained in place unused, becoming overgrown - an interesting scenic feature. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint 170mm x 110mm

Signal Laddering

4 x 143mm lengths of laddering.

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.

Relay Boxes

A more modern trackside detail, concrete trunking (SS87) would carry the cabling along the lineside between boxes. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model.

Level Crossing Gates

Traditional wooden type gates (complete with separate pedestrian access gates), giving double track spacing when closed across railway tracks.

Level Crossing Gates

Kit for single track level crossing gates.

Concrete Fencing

Pioneered by the Southern Railway but since seen almost everywhere.

Inspection Pit

Modular design, makes it easy to assemble pits of any required length. A great addition to the LK-80 Modern Train Shed unit or create a modern diesel/EMU servicing shed using the Wills SSM300 Modern Industrial Building and SSM315 Extension kits.

Yard Crane

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

Milk Churns

24 Churns, once a common site on station platforms.

Coal Staithes

Suitable for extending the Coal Depot (Ref 532) or as a stand alone item. The Ratio 526 Coal Sacks kit and Peco Scene Real Coal Refs PS-330,1 and 2 can provide extra detailing. Glue and paints required to complete model. Footprint: 75mm x 32mm

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.

Telegraph Poles

16 Telegraph poles, these also carried railway bell codes and phone connections between signal boxes and stations as well as GPO lines. Height 100mm

Chequer Plate

These sheets are invaluable for scratchbuilding, saving many hours of repetitive work creating the various surface patterns and textures. They are the same as those used in the Craftsman kits to make extension work easier. Each pack contains 4 sheets 130mm x 75mm of injection moulded styrene approximately 2mm thick, making them rigid enough to be self supporting.

Workshop Set

White Metal parts to depict a workshop include a lathe, pillar drill,, work bench, electric motor with belt drive system and 3 workmen. The Wills scenic series provides a range of simple to make kits that help to change your layout into a model railway that contains real life detail.

Village Blacksmiths Set

Kit out your forge building with these white metal parts - horse, farrier, grinding wheel and assorted tools. The Wills scenic series provides a range of simple to make kits that help to change your layout into a model railway that contains real life detail.

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