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Bachmann Europe PLC has released the first models in the new Scenecraft range of OO gauge buildings to its dealers.

Those released are:

Cat No. Description RRP

44-001 GWR pagoda shed (waiting room for halt) £10.80
44-003 Cattle dock £13.45
44-005 Timber frame halt for use with 44-001 £16.80
44-006 Corrugated goods shed £24.65
44-007 Red brick single road engine shed £30.50
44-008 Red brick water tower for use with 44-007 £18.80
44-009 Wooden single road engine shed £23.30
44-012 Market Hampton Stone station building £19.30
44-013 Market Hampton Stone station waiting room £16.15
44-014 Market Hampton Stone station ladies toilets £9.00
44-015 Market Hampton Stone station gents toilets £7.60
44-021 Northlight factory unit with loading door £24.00
44-022 Northlight factory extension £24.00

The buildings have been produced in resin to a very high standard and include a number of railway lineside buildings and those from urban and industrial settings.

The buildings are delivered ready painted and in some cases weathered and range from £7-60 to £30.50.

David Haarhaus, Sales & Marketing Manager for Bachmann Europe said "the new building range has been developed to compliment existing products. We have concentrated on town and industry rather than rural, to enable modellers to add some sources of traffic for their railway. Work continues on the N gauge range and on the remaining OO buildings which will be rolled out over the next few months".

The Scenecraft range can be obtained from your Bachmann stockist.
 

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BTW, the building pictured is the 'Market Hampton' station.

I suspect that it is a name... like 'West Hampton' or 'North Hampton' or 'Under Hampton', but if you put it into Google, you only see the Bachmann Scenecraft listings and not 10 pages with links to some town or other.
 

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Re the station building: the bargeboards and the colours the woodwork is painted suggest Midland Railway to me. The stone in the picture could perhaps be Ironstone, giving a location in central England. There is a 'Market Harborough' on the Midland mainline from St Pancras.... And it's not so far from Bachmann's English HQ.....

Unfortunately I don't have any pictures of that particular station to compare with the model.

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John Webb
 
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