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This product is suitable for all 4mm [1:76] scales, including OO, EM and  P4  gauges.
Identifies this is suitable for S Gauge (3/16" : 1 footThis is a white metal kit which will require assembly using low melt solder or glue. This is an etched brass kit, which may contain whitemetal parts, which require solder or adhesives to complete
This is a resin model which will include etched brass and/or white metal parts. It will need epoxy or superglue for assembly
produces models for the discerning modeller in 4mm:1ft (1:76) scale; suitable for OO, EM, P4 and S4 gauges. If your interest is British outline our range will have something for you.
produces a range of wagons and carriages with a Northern flavour for the 1880-1950's.
has introduced a range of air braked stock for the post 1980 scene.
provides a wide selection of components for the 4mm modeller.
models are intended for those over the age of 14 years.
supports the aspirations of Scalefour Society and the EM Gauge Society.

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