O gauge 7mm 1/43 Era 3 1923 - 1947
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Customised Station Nameboards
StatName P7 Plain Style
A5 Pack £6.50
These Customised Station Name Boards are printed on high quality photographic card. Sets include scale 15 and 12 feet boards as well as Goods Depot and Signal Box and associated signage. Just select the name of your choice when adding to cart.The pack includes approximately 30 signs which should prove adequate for most small and medium sized stations.
A selection of Railway Posters can be found on Page 2
Available as a bespoke pack are Southern Railway 'target', running-in boards and signage for a signal box. These are made to the name of your choice.
Southern Railway Station Signs
A5 Pack £4.95
A wide selection of Southern Railway Station signage. These signs used by the Southern Railway were enamelled metal held in a wooden frame (usually back to back and hung from the platform canopy). The lettering was very distinctive; we have developed a special typeface to match the unique one used by the Southern Railway so they can be as authentic as possible.
On-line exclusive - Buy the bespoke pack together with the Southern Railway Station Signs pack and save over 10%
Buy the two packs together for only £12.00 (normal price £13.45). Simply use the Add to Cart Button and then complete the Name Required section with the name that you want for your station (max 30 characters) and then click the Add to Cart button.Please note the cost is for only one name per pack.
Comb STHRY 7 £12.00
Customised LMS Hawkseye Signage Packs
Introduced in 1938 these LMS standard ‘Hawkseye’ signs were provided at stations that were being renovated or modernised. Manufactured by Hawkes of Birmingham, the name panels were introduced following extensive research by the LMS into the visibility of signs at a distance. These yellow name panel with black lettering carried almost a million minute glass beads. The Hawkseye was mounted on a light grey panel and this was set into a sturdy wooden frame that was creosoted. These signs were placed approximately 15-20 yards from the platform ramps (depending on station size). These cast alloy boards were also used without the frame when applied to walls elsewhere within a station. In the BR period after nationalisation most of these signs were painted in LMR maroon and white with many surviving until the late 1950s/early 1960s
To order a pack: Simply use the Add to Cart Button and then complete the Name Required section with the name that you want for your station (max 25 characters) and then the colour of boards required (Yellow or Maroon). When you have completed these details then click the Add to Cart button.
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