Although seemingly timeless the round stall only came into popularity in the later Edwardian period – bow topped side stalls or plain tables being used before then. Round stalls are a key element of any fair providing games of skill for both adults and children. In their hey-day pre/post WW11 they, together with side stalls, would have outnumbered rides six to one. This range of kits are very detailed and include the simple but effective roof structure and feature all the popular games set in a range of stall sizes.
16′ 6″ stall with hoop-la game
Well detailed kit of a typical stall with a very traditional game