1/76th scale modelling is ideal for those with limited space or minimal workshop facilities. In this scale a large fairground can be created on a three foot by two foot (1m x 600mm) baseboard (225’ x 150’ full size) and a smaller one would be an excellent adjunct to a model railway. This scale is also that used by many railway modellers working in ‘OO’ gauge and products from model railway companies can be used when creating fairground layouts. My models are supplied as kits which can be put together with epoxy glue and go together quite quickly and then be painted as desired. I spend a great deal of time researching new models and in designing the kits. The materials used – white metal, etched brass, resin, plastic and machined metals are selected as appropriate to give accurate models. All models are made specifically for the British fairground.
If you are new to making up kits I suggest starting with something simple – maybe an organ or generator set – and once you have mastered the techniques involved and become familiar with the materials used move onto something more complex.