New Industrial Figures

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 & Silcock) and Steam Railways in Industry (Gifford & Gamble).  More figures will be added in the coming months.  The new figures can be found in the Industrial Category in the webshop.

 

 

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  • Nigel Matthews Reply

    Hi,
    Great set of figures! I am looking for a mid 20th century seated driver for a narrow gauge Ruston LB in 4mm scale for a 50’s slate quarry. Possibly the industrial workmen figures could work? The door aperture is only 7mm wide x 18mm high. Ideally the driver would be looking to the left as the driver sits sideways, but i am not too worried about that.
    Thank you.
    Nigel

    October 22, 2018 at 3:44 pm
    • Works Manager Reply

      Hi Nigel, I could mirror image one of the seated workers? The seated workman 1406 is 30mm high, 14.5mm wide and 15.45mm deep

      October 23, 2018 at 8:37 am
  • Alan Topliss Reply

    Exceedingly interesting range of figures and taken from life.
    How interesting this would be to have several of our `Volunteers` scanned for posterity and immortalized in scale form from `Down the Mills, Re: Claymills.org.uk. ??

    October 22, 2018 at 7:10 pm
    • Works Manager Reply

      Hi Alan, Thank you for your kind comments! It would be a pleasure to do some scanning at Claymills. Drop me a line at alan.buttler@modelu3d.co.uk and I can take you through the process.

      October 23, 2018 at 8:34 am
  • Matthew Foster Reply

    Any word?

    November 2, 2018 at 4:03 am
    • Works Manager Reply

      Hi Matthew, I think my replies might be going into your spam folder? This is what I sent:

      I can print any of the figures in the range to order in 16mm scale, they are £25 each. I will shortly be adding 16mm as a scale option along with G scale and Gauge 1, but in the mean time you can order over email and I can send a paypal invoice.

      Best wishes

      Alan

      November 3, 2018 at 1:11 pm

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