Both deal in lineside and other accessories; Langley Models have a wide range of 4mm scale British motor car and lorry kits as well to go with the trams.
If you are modelling a tram layout set in the UK, then a statue of Elizabeth II is unlikely to appear - most tramways had shut down by or soon after she came to the throne in 1952, the same year London finally lost its trams. A modern tram system (and there are only a few major UK cities who have these) might have one, perhaps.
I'm working on a quasi-Canadian (read: Toronto-inspired) freelance layout that will include trams from all over the world. Muddled, I know, but I've collected a diverse range of rolling stock, and it's no use letting it all sit. Since it will ultimately include PCCs and various LRVs, Elizabeth II would actually be a good fit.
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