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 Posted: Thu Apr 11th, 2013 06:02 pm
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John has issued his latest kit, a very nice model of a couple of 1930's semi-detached houses.  Free download for an attached garage also available.  Nice one John!  Have a look here:

 

http://www.scalescenes.com/products/T013-1930s-Semi-detached-Houses

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Judging by the lack of comment to this thread, I am wondering if it has slipped under the radar.  These semi-detached houses are seen all over Britain, yet are rarely modelled.  Now's your chance!

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Well, just purchased it to go with my ever expanding collection of kits to do in my spare time  :lol:



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Not slipped under the radar Terry - they were "suburbia" and, as I'm modelling the dirty grime of mill workers terraces - "Coronation Street" type of housing rather than "The Good Life", they're not suitable ..................;-)

Also, to make a decent scene with them, you need a fair amount of space.  They all had gardens, drives and came in rows with wide spacing between each "road".  My terraces were crammed in like sardines. :thumbs



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