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Any chance of reintroducing the T022 terraced houses? I've lost my file in a computer change.

It's listed in Upcoming Kits as "Updated Small Terraced Houses", so presumably just temporarily unavailable until the new version is ready. A bit frustrating if you need it now though. I thought I might need it, but it looks as though I don't fortunately.

http://scalescenes.com/upcoming-kits/

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It's listed in Upcoming Kits as "Updated Small Terraced Houses", so presumably just temporarily unavailable until the new version is ready. A bit frustrating if you need it now though. I thought I might need it, but it looks as though I don't fortunately.

http://scalescenes.com/upcoming-kits/

 

So it does. I have not checked the "Upcoming kits" for some time. It will provide a bit a variety with the row of cottages.

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It's listed in Upcoming Kits as "Updated Small Terraced Houses", so presumably just temporarily unavailable until the new version is ready. A bit frustrating if you need it now though. I thought I might need it, but it looks as though I don't fortunately.

http://scalescenes.com/upcoming-kits/

They will be reintroduced early next year apparantly. I have had conversations with John on email regarding them.

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Think I 'wished' this before, but would like add-on kits to back date many of the structures to earlier periods, like the 20's through the 50's. at least. Window displays, signage for earlier and different businesses, etc,..

 

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Don't stop at the 20s though. Keep going, back to when the buildings would have originally been built. Or at least as far back as when railways existed too!

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I requested that quite some time ago, John. My model interests are the late 1800's.

 

This request is in connection with some military modelling I'm doing.

 

However, I fear neither wish will come true.

 

Jim F

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I second the call for sheets that allow the building to represent its original or earlier condition. 

 

The Victorian shop front is a great example.

 

Also, I renew calls for a dirty little coaster or tramp steamer.  A generic tramp steamer, such as the 3-island configuration for instance, would suit from about 1890 onward.  As they weren't all torpedoed by the Kriegsmarine, even the inevitable 1950s layout could use them.

 

I predict they would also be a hit with wargamers.

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5 minutes ago, amdaley said:

Georgian Terrace Houses like those in the squares of London.

1920-30's rows of grimy 3 or 4 story Tenements. (Low relief & Full size).

 

That's a good call as similar buildings also in many other UK towns and cities.

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