Welcome to Streetscene Models
Streetscene Models specialise in hand made, O gauge model railway buildings.
Many are 'one off' buildings - in addition to stations, signal boxes
and railway infrastructure buildings, I model domestic, commercial and industrial structures.
Most of my buildings are built on a commission basis, so they can be tailored to fit the exact needs of the customer. I build from plans, photographs or even just your memories. Some products available for sale can be found on my product pages.
Below are some examples of the work I undertake, whether it is a complete row of buildings forming a backscene or an individual building. All buildings are complete, weathered and painted prior to delivery.
You can send me an enquiry by e-mail :-
Or contact me by telephone on:
Streetscene Models would like to thank all the customers making purchases or just taking the time to enquire about their projects at the Gauge O Guild 'Guildex' show at Telford
If you missed me or wish to make further enquiries please contact me in the usual way (details above).
Example of my buildings
The Greengrocer's Shop is one of several 'high street' buildings
Merton Abbey Station was built from solely from photographic evidence
Backscene buildings can be built to any length such as these for West Kirby Town (10 feet long)
I accept commissions for individual buildings such as The Boy and Barrel
Or other high street buildings like Martins Bank
A modern image diesel storage and pumping facility
A modern image Traction Maintenance Depot with gantry crane
Scratchbuilt signal boxes (such as Haltwhistle shown here) can be made to order, with or without a detailed interior.
One off buildings such as this hotel are included in a portfolio of larger projects.
Larger backscene buildings add character whilst they can only take up limited room - in this case the building is no more than 6cm deep.
This terrace includes rear yards. One toilet door and one wash-house door are left open to reveal fully detailed interiors. Dimensions and the number of cottages in a row can be altered to suit.
'The Canterbury' is a typical small town public house. Designed by Streetscene Models and inspired by the customer's own ideas the model features detailed entrance vestibules and bottle store. The pub name and branding can be chosen by the customer to match the era their layout is set in.
The model also incorporated a rear yard and outbuildings.