New Pre-Grouping Figures

With big thanks to the Mendip Group, in particular Andrew Campbell, Gordon Gravett and John Cook, I’m happy to announce the addition of 22 new Pre-Grouping era figures.  These include loco crews and station staff covering the period 1875 to 1922.  The new figures can be found in the Pre-Grouping category of the website.   […]

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New First World War Figures

A number of First World War Royal Engineer figures have been added to the range to compliment the growing number of War Department RTR locomotives.  This first release of figures covers Sappers and will shortly be followed by more infantry and loco crew poses designed for the Bachmann Baldwin 4-6-0T and other ROD livered locomotives.  […]

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New Industrial Figures

With thanks to Jamie Green (SVR), Nick Willcox (SVR) and Andrew Hardy (KESR), there are now 30 new figures designed for Industrial layouts.  These include loco crew, workmen and shunters for the early 20th and mid/late 20th century industrial periods.  Many of the poses have been inspired by images from Visions of Steam (Cavalier & […]

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New Loco Crew

Modelu customer Chris Chewter is a volunteer fireman at the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway and recently brought his loco crew gear along to ExpoEM and the GCR Model Event to be scanned.   Though there are many crew figures in the range, with this selection I’m hoping to expand the options for shed scenes and natural footplate […]

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New Porters

At the recent Great Central show my stand was alongside Jack Shaw’s excellent Penrhyn Quarry Railway layout. Jack is a volunteer at the GCR and kindly agreed to brave the hot weather and be scanned in some of his collection of period clothing.  Over the weekend we created a number of new figures including: Pre-Grouping […]

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Pendon Figures

Last year I was approached by Pendon Museum to assist with creating new figures specifically for the Vale Scene.  A day was spent with Pendon volunteers dressed up in 1930’s clothing, in poses depicting farm workers, people shopping and people in conversation.  18 figures were created in total with more planned, including some scans of children […]

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