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Can anyone point me at a manufacturer of OO scale 4 pane small window frames (11mm x 15mm aperture) for scratchbuilding? Wills produce some, but they only appear to be in certain kits eg the post office and pub Craftsman offerings, while the Scenic Series doors and windows pack only contains 9 pane small windows.
 

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There's also Downesglaze, this appears to be available from Mainly trains.

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Thanks for the suggestions, but I've had a look at the websites and they don't seem to produce quite what I'm after. It's somewhat frustrating that Wills have exactly the right windows but they're only sold within kits!
 

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You could get them all ready set in DPM wall sections (desiign preservation models)
I'll try finding their website.
 

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Chivers Finelines are reintroducing their range of finely moulded plastic windows and doors. Perhaps there might be something in their range that will suit.
 

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why dont you build your own buy gluing together strips of thin plastic sheeting. i am currently doing this on a station building which i am scratchbuilding and the results look very good.
 

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QUOTE (bigdave @ 13 Aug 2008, 05:32) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>why dont you build your own buy gluing together strips of thin plastic sheeting. i am currently doing this on a station building which i am scratchbuilding and the results look very good.

The larger window frames in this station are strip styrene and the finer sub-panes are lines scribed into the clear window then filled with paint. The windows in the other building are strip styrene... They are not hard to do with just a little patience... Have a go, you will surprise yourself!
 
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