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 Posted: Sun Apr 14th, 2013 02:42 pm
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Not sure if this is the right place but it seem the most logical place to put it, I have just been looking through the kingsway site for ideas, and I found that they do a free kit page where you can print off and build your self, most of theses are Christmas freebies, or old kits that are no longer up to scratch, 
http://kingswaymodels.webs.com/kitandksheetdownload.htm
the kits include
  • bus garage interior back scenes
  • Bus garage roofs
  • under ground floors and wall
  • garden fencing
  • Bus shelters
  • A tube station
  • Half relief 1930's house (like the new scale scenes release)
  • and a wilko shop
I'm most interested in the tube stuff for the tube entrance on the extension of Kingsmead,



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 Posted: Sun Apr 14th, 2013 02:57 pm
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Some nice freebies there Aaron, especially the motorway bridge as it could be modified to represent something else.



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Robert wrote: Some nice freebies there Aaron, especially the motorway bridge as it could be modified to represent something else.
I think its only the back scene to go behind the bridge, you can buy that kind of bridge from kingsway they print it all off on the right gauge card and send it to you, or from buy it from scale scenes where you get a download it to print it off as many times you like, but you got to buy/find the card



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Thanks for posting the link to the kingsway models Aaron, I can see a few those coming in handy.



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They have many nice models, I should like to have a London

tube layout, and I like the fire stations. But now I not have space for

any layout we have move to a smaller appartment, only 2 rooms and

kitchen, but I hope find a larger soon so i can have space for a layout......



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They do some nice Georgian terraced houses but are best known for their bus/tube kits which are excellent. :thumbs



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I recently built one of their bus garages. It went together easily and produces a good looking model. I did not follow the suggestion of covering the windows with sellotape: I think it looks better without.



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Just to update this thread/Link

http://www.kingswaymodels.com/page27.htm



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I'd forgotten about them.

Just downloaded, thanks Aaron :thumbs


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