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Factory & Industry Signage Pack 2
FACT2(2) A5 Pack
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Early MPD / Goods Signs
PN MPD4 A6 Pack
A wide selection of pre-nationalisation signage for MPDs and Goods Yards. Many of these signs could still be seen well into the British Railways period. The set includes some unusual signage together with roster boards to add that extra level of detail.
Pack contains many different types of signs including some unusual prototypical ones. The pack also includes roster boards for the MPD.
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A huge assortment of trackside signs from various grouping and pre-grouping companies that were still to be found well into the British Railways era. Signs included: Tunnels, sound whistle, catch points, pin down brakes, limit of shunt, etc. The pack includes well over 100 signs making it exceptional value.
Assorted Trackside Signs
TRACKS2 A6 Pack
Clocks2 A6 Pack
A selection of clock faces for station platforms, civic & public buildings and model interiors.
Comb RES £5.90
Factory & Industry Signage Pack 1
FACT2(1) A5 Pack
Two useful packs with a wide range of signs for the industrial and lineside environment. Pack includes business names together with general signage appropriate to the industrial setting.
Old photographs of railway stations show a profusion of this type of platform signage. Many lasted until the 1940s/1950s.
Early Station Signs
EPS2 A6 Pack
Rusted Enamel Signs P1
RES2(1) A6 Pack
Old enamel signs that once were once a common sight advertising a range of period products. Many survived until the 1950s/60s.
Rusted Enamel Signs P2
RES2(2) A6 Pack
The second pack of old enamel signs that once were once a common sight advertising a range of period products.
Early Station Signage based on examples such as those at the Midland Railway Centre in Derbyshire. Some of the signage produced by Sankey Scenics was developed following site visits.
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Girder Bridge Adverts for PECO
GIRDAP2 A A5 Pack
This pack contains a selection of advertisements that were often found on the sides of railway bridges over busy roads. Some are still to be found in urban environments throughout the UK. Ideal for detailing PECO NB-39 Plate Girder Bridge sides over roadways.
Shop & Business Signs
S&BS2 A5 Pack
A wide selection of business names including Library, Town Hall, Bank and Post Office Signs.
Examples of Shop signs and Displays in addition to other signage packs in use on two layouts. On the right is a selection of small shops on 'Stockton Mill'. On the left is a grocery shop that features on Kevin Murphy's 'Bristol North'.
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Shop Signs & Displays Pack 2
SHOP2(2) A5 Pack
Shop Signs & Displays Pack 1
SHOP2(1) A5 Pack
These miniature displays and signs will greatly enhance your model shops and high street. Ideal for detailing Metcalfe model shops or scratch building projects. Includes Grocers, Bakers, Fish & Chips, Off Licence, Ladies Hairdressers, TV & Radio, Ironmongers, China & Glass, & Undertakers.
The second pack of miniature displays and signs for model shops. and high street. Includes Toy Shop, Bookshop, Turf Accountant, Music Shop, Butchers, Estate Agents, Barbers, Clothes Shop, Sweet Shop & Cafe.
Garage2 A6 Pack
Give your model garage the authentic look with a selection of signs that were common from the 1950s until the early 1970s. Includes interior notice boards and signs as well as a wide range of forecourt signage.
Colliery / Coal Mine Signage Packs
Colliery Signs 1947 - late 60s
MINE2 47/67 A6 Pack
This pack will prove to be a useful addition to modellers wishing to add a little bit more authenticity and realism to coal mines their layouts.
The signage is authentic with original artwork having been developed from photographs and documents. The pack includes some weathered signs that would have been around for decades as well as those that show nationalisation ownership.
National Coal Board 1947-67: Coal mines were nationalised by the Labour government in January 1947 and came into public ownership. The signage in this particular pack reflects the change in ownership and also has lots of signage that would be around for years before and after this time.
Also available as customised packs - see Bespoke Page for details
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