A simple design of a lineside 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.
A 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. In busy stations a footbridge such as Kit A9 would be built over the tracks to make crossing more convenient.
The largest of the SuperQuick range of kits. This station building would be situated in a large town, servicing the needs of a regular commuting public it could support up to six lines of track. As illustrated it serves as a terminus building, but this 'end of the line' layout could also be planned out in a linear format, serving the needs of a town that is one stop along the railway route as a terminal.
This flexibility of model kit is common within the SUPERQUICK range. The plan shown here shows the line side layout. This is a most impressive model of a Victorian era station building and would be a credit to any layout.
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Superquick Kits - Station Keepers House and Gate Keepers Cottage
A 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.
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, this kit central to a countryside layout.
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.
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 coarsing and slate roof.
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.
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. There is also the change of use into an authentic bus depot with a supply of additional hoardings.
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 they were the main office and safeguarded the accounts of each market.
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.
Part of the famous low relief range of Superquick kits, 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 with the low relief providing a superb backdrop to the edge of any layout.
Part of the famous low relief range of Superquick kits, 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.
Part of the famous low relief range of Superquick kits, 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. This low relief model will add a classic touch to create a detailed backdrop to the edge of a layout.
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. This kit can be paired up with the Redbrick Terrace Fronts (Kit C6) to create a set of complete terraced houses.
The terrace can be completed with the addition of the Redbrick Terrace Corner (Kit C7).
This terrace kit is made up of the front half of four residential houses, typical in a large urban setting from the late 1800's.
This kit can be completed with the Redbrick Terrace Backs (Kit C5). The terrace can be finished of by including the Redbrick Terrace Corner (Kit C7) which contains two corner shops, vital in any Victorian community.