When it comes to modelling, most of us have the skills. What we lack is time. Timber Tracks kits are easy to construct, are supplied with comprehensive instructions, drawings and photographs and give you the ability to produce high quality buildings quickly. Components are pre-cut, fully detailed, and assembled with only the minimum of tools. We now offer a full building and painting service, should you would prefer to purchase a building ready to be placed upon your layout. The price for this will be found on each page. All kits are limited editions - none greater than 40 kits, some as little as 6. This emphasises their exclusivity and minimises the chances of similar layouts being seen at exhibitions. But much of our time is now spent producing 'ONE OFF SPECIALS' for clients who require a specific building or buildings. Please contact us by telephone for this service, so we can discuss your individual requirements and advise a lead time.
COMMISSIONs. Currently we are building two engines sheds. One is based on Mansfield, the other Ashford, Kent. Then we have an order to construct Arley station building, platform shelter, platforms and the road bridge in 7mm. Fortunately, these have been beautifully preserved on the SVR and having visited it many times, I have ample photos, as well as plans of the building. The kits will probably be ready Jan-March 2016. NB. We will build no more than six of these kits and two have already been sold. If there is sufficient interest, I could be persuaded to produce it in 4mm as well. Please contact us if you have any thoughts.
SPACE SAVER SALE! Our kits - and particularly the finished test build models, take up a fair amount of room and we are now running out of space. With some, we have only a few left, so we have reduced the prices of these, to help us make room on our shelves. These are:
Goods Shed A - 4mm only and only 2 left: Corner Shop: Stationmasters House: Platform Waiting Room:
EXHIBITIONS: The next exhibition we will be attending is Guildford O Gauge group: Reading Saturday 5th December.