7mm buildings by Kirtley Models

This page shows a collection of superb one-off 7mm models built by Peter Smith of Kirtley Models. You can see more of Peter's craft at the Kirtley Models website.



The station building at Watlington. The model is scratchbuilt from plastic sheet, with thick internal bracing from corrugated card. The base measures 25cm x 13cm.

 



A light railway station building, typical of the designs by William Pain on the Highworth and Hemyock branches. Again built from plastic sheet, with internal card bracing.

 



Rear view of the William Pain building. Base dimensions are 11cm x 25cm.

 



7mm signal box based on Coleford Junction – a standard design.

 



The signal box with roof detached to enable fitting of an interior using the Springside kit.

 



A water tower based on that at Cirencester – though that was stone built. The water crane is intergral with the tower; the crane does not swivel.

 



A Gloucester Wagon Company goods shed based on Speech House Road in the Forest of Dean. The shed has a loading door each side, and is again built from from plastic sheet, with internal bracing from corrugated card.

 



A GWR crossing keepers cottage, as used all over the system. This example is based on Soudley in the Forest of Dean.

 



Alternative view of the crossing keepers cottage.