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Superquick OO / OH Railway Model Building Kits
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SUPERQUICK kits are produced in five or six authentic colours, mounted on board to produce a tough laminate almost 1mm thick and ready cut for immediate assembly.
These realistic models, by the scaling of their detail, by their strength and durability, have been for nearly 40 years now the modellers first choice in buildings for road and rail layouts.
Available in three series's.
Series A - Railway Buildings
Series B - County Town Buildings
and Series C Low relief Buildings for the edge of your layouts.
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- A1 Station PlatformA simple design of a line-side platform with ramps at either end and edged with a panelled fence. This image shows the Country Station Building fixed in place. The platform can be extended by incorporating other A1 kits.
- A2 Country Station BuildingA classic station building found all over England and the British Isles in the style of railway construction at the turn of the century.
- A3 Island PlatformA platform designed to fit between two tracks in a station. Designed in a typical fashion with a ramp at either end. In outlying stations passengers would have to walk the length of the platform and down the ramp to cross the tracks.
- A4 Island Platform BuildingA standard design of building incorporating waiting rooms and toilets seen all over the country in main line stations.
- A5 Two Road Locomtive ShedBased on a typical design of a Victorian Loco Shed. Positioned at the end of a twin set of track.
- A6 Signal Box, Coal Order Office, HutsPart wooden framed design typical of a mainline type of Signal Box built by the British Railway networks in the 1900's.
- A7 Goods Depot Building, Situated in an industrial environment or a goods yard in a station complex.
- A8 Water Tower and Weigh HouseAt the height of the steam age these buildings were found in every train depot and terminal, the length and breath of the country.
- A9 Covered FootbridgeAn example of a wooden boarded passenger foot-way. A vital component to a busy mainline station that serves several through lines of track.
- A10 Railway Terminus Station,
- A11 Station Master House, This kit contains a pair of houses to adorn a line-side layout; a house to accommodate the Station Master and his family, normally located a stone's throw from the station. The other - a cottage to accommodate the keeper of a railway crossing.
- A12 Coaling TowerA vital component in a national steam network running at full power, coal towers like this would be found at key stages along the railway routes. Refuelling stages for trains bound for the far ends of the country
- A13 Ash PlantSteam locomotives produced massive quantities of waste; positioned maybe yards from the coal tower, this Ash plant would be working to process and extract coal ash from the site
- A14 Red Brick Bridge / Tunnel,
- A15 Blue Brick Bridge / Tunnel,
- A16 Stone Bridge / Tunnel,
- B21 The Swan InnA distinctive looking country pub found in deep rural areas.
- B22 Two Country Town Shopsthis kit comprises of two shop buildings in the style of ones found in a shopping arcade of the 1940s
- B23 Two Detached Houses, Two detached houses of the sub-urban vernacular, this kit comprises of two kits in the style of a 1940s brick and timber framed residential construction
- B24 Greystones Farmhouse, A distinctive design of a country farmhouse, in a timber, brick and flint construction.
- B25 Police Station or Library, his kit is fitted out to represent a country town police station building or with the use of additional components, a library building. Both are vital components in a detailed town layout.
- B26 Farm Hay Loft Barn, A multi storey farm unit comprising of a barn storage building with build on hay loft. Annexed to it are two storey offices or tack rooms. This is a very adaptable model, with moving doors and an detailed inner lining
- B27 Supermarket and Shop, Two colourful buildings for the town and country village, are these two retail outlets, a 1950's-style supermarket with an antiques shop. These can be further changed using additional details and placards.
- B28 Elizabethan Cottages, Two timber-framed lattice construction buildings, synonymous with the English countryside. This kit will provide a timeless addition to any layout.
- B29 Country Church, What layout would be complete without the addition of an archetypal English country church, complete with distinctive spire thiis is a kit that would be noticed a mile off
- B30 Four Terraced Houses, One kit, four terraced cottages, this distinctive building represents typical workers dwellings, found throughout large communities all of the country. Built in a bold mix of yellow and red brick coursing and slate roof.
- B31 The Village School, This kit is of a typical village school, constructed in two parts in yellow brick, completed with front gate and playground facilities.
- B32 Country Garage Petrol Pump, A fine example of a country garage incorporating a car showroom and a petrol forecourt. A lean-to office extends out the front and a pump hut completes the kit. The kit is finished off by stunningly detailed posters and signage.
- B33 Railway Hotel, A fine design of a rural and regional hotel, commonly found near a town or country station
- B34 Bus Depot, This depot building is the most versatile of kits. Not only is it a general depot and an aircraft hanger, it can be converted into a large fire station building with the conversion of the main doors into fire station doors with linings included.
- B35 Market House, The most distinctive model in the range is this market building. A great many towns and villages around the UK had buildings of this nature. They housed the market officials, sited in the centre of towns.
- B36 Country Fire Station, This kit is typical of a 1950's fire station located in a small town, serving the local district. This kit comprises of an engine yard as well as an additional office building and a separate multi-levelled practice tower
- C1 Hotel, Offices and Restaurant, This model comprises of The Red Lion Pub, a regional Norwich Union office and a corner tea shop. Designed in a 1950's style this combination fits right into an urban setting.
- C2 Cinema, Post Office and Shop, This model comprises of a Boots pharmacy, an ABC cinema and a post office. Typical of an urban environment this kit is of a low relief profile to create a detailed backdrop to the edge of an urban layout.
- C4 Regency Shops, House, this kit contains a Regency style arcade dating as far back as the 1800's. The arcade contains several boutique shops and is paired with a stylish residential building in the same style.
- C5 Redbrick Terraced Backs This terrace kit is made up of the rear of four residential houses, typical in a large urban setting. Workers cottages like these were mainly built in the late 1800's and early 1900's.
- C6 Redbrick Terraced FrontsThis terrace kit is made up of the front half of four residential houses,
- C7 Redbrick Terrace CornerThe corner piece to any urban community or model layout is this corner shop. This kit can be completed with the Redbrick Terrace (Kits C5 & C6). This model contains two shops, or a butchers and Fish & Chip Shop or a hardware store and newsagent