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I confess to a slight cheat here - the headlights and illuminated blinds have been added to the photograph! The Chelsham (or Godstone) LT country garage kit has recently been revised to give a much deeper garage area. The download page on the main Kingsway Models website gives you access to free download sheets which can be used to enhance the inside of your Kingsway bus garage, or to simply build a garage interior.The diorama shown in this section has been built using the PITS kit with the addition of some of the interior wall and backscene sheets available. Isleworth ran trolleybuses until 8th May 1962, the same day as the larger Fulwell depot closed. Like many of LT's country garages, Swanley had a 1930s style round ended building to house the offices. One of London Transport's smaller country garages, Crawley relied on the use of a yard alongside the building to store vehicles. This Dunton Green diorama shows how just a few extra details can make a tremendous difference to a basic model. St Albans  was a distinctive country area garage with a bus station fronting onto St Peters Street. The Plumstead garage kit has a triangular plan with the entrances that led to Wickham Lane and Kings Highway.
Prices vary - but will usually start at about £50 depending upon the amount of work involved and detail required.
Use mounting card to glue the prints onto and assemble the usual way using Bostick adhesive. Originally it housed the municipal fleet of tramcars, which were taken over by London Transport in 1933.The main building was of the 'large tin shed style' like several of the trolleybus depots. For a while in the fifties, Isleworth ran solely Q1 class vehicles, until these were sold for further service in Spain and replaced by older buses. The Kingsway Models kit depicts the larger entrance in Redclyffe Road.Here the model has been fitted with paving from the PAV kit and placed on a sheet of charcoal grey mounting card - to provide a road surface.
The building has been glued to a baseboard which has been sprayed with grey car aerosol primer. Unlike most of the other garages however, the layout was compact and beautifully arranged for a model! The Kingsway kit depicts the entire North Street frontage which despite lacking any entrances (they were round the sides) provides a large area to display buses.
It is often possible to produce a larger scene than a standard kit represents, or indeed, to design a model that is not in the range, but the amount of work involved in designing new items will inevitably increase the cost.
It is shown in classic LT colours, but included in the kit are overlays to present the model in LCBS form. It was transferred to London Country and later closed although the building still exists in 2012.


Here I have simply mounted the model on a sheet of grey painted MDF, and added some paving from the Kingsway PAV kit. My prototype example built some years back still sits on my shelf serving as a repository for much of my LT fleet. It includes the Charles Holden designed bus shelter which incorporated the slope by being in three stepped sections.But this is an extended model, built for a customer.
It is advisable to fix at least the large structure of the tin shed to the baseboard, in order to give it some rigidity. The interior has been fitted with Kingsway interior brick available from the main KIngsway Models website which gives some interior detail.
A simple photographic backscene gives some additional depth to the bus yard at the side of the garage building.
The bus station provides a suitable display area for several country area vehicles, and if set in the early sixties could be host to a central area RT on the summer extension of route 93. The layout means that there is a large yard area, ideal for displaying buses.The entrance to the garage was on the bend of the main road, and this could give scope for enlarging the scene, if desired. Above right, a central area training bus from Chiswick is parked whilst it's trainees sample the fayre of the garage canteen.
Here a 36' foot long Merlin in Red Arrow livery is parked in front of a group of RTs, latterly allocated to Enfield, judging by their route blinds. The garage interior scene can be freely donloaded from the Kingsway Models website.The barriers and shelter supports are simply made from plastic covered paper clips.
Although the building frontage has been altered from ttram days, it is now listed as being of architectural interest. Other roadside furniture - streetlamps, bus stops - and a few figures would improve the scene further.
This included a private run-in road which allowed buses to wait off the public highway after finishing service, before being washed and fuelled and parked. Godstone was home to the 410 route which for many years had to be run with lowbridge RLHs, as seen above. Some of the models have been specially commissioned by customers, some have been adapted from the standard kits. The backscene was made up of photographic images put together in an image editing program and printed out. Jeff has researched the routes that ran and has a comprehensive fleet of vehicles to display.




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  • Boss_Mafiya, 09.10.2013 at 19:50:45
    They are put together, and for the value this was.
  • katyonok, 09.10.2013 at 17:21:36
    Obtaining been fascinated by trains, and especially for the N Scale Automobile.