Wooden Building kits from TGauge.com

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Wooden Building kits from TGauge.com

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Have any people bought any of these, and how easy are they to put together?
Curious because I am thinking of using a few in a diorama to try and get the hands functioning as best they can,whilst I gear up for another attempt at my Ironbridge layout.
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Bump :roll:
No one tried them then.
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I have built the church. It's a lot of really small pieces but it went together well.
TChurch1.jpg
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rvn2001 wrote:I have built the church. It's a lot of really small pieces but it went together well.
TChurch1.jpg
Looks good and thanks for posting the picture.
Was thinking of the church and also the town gate.
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Have found a firm from Germany who sell them ready built on ebay and ordered a couple of buildings to see if they will do what I want.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RAR-H17002-n ... SwTuJYpUyG
Just one example also do stuff in kit form in smaller scales for those willing to try :shock:
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