1/76th The Blacksmith Arms

1/76th The Blacksmith Arms
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5.0 average, based on 5 reviews

£13.99


Product Information
Specification

The Blacksmith Arms is part of our 1:76th (OO Gauge) railway range by Petite Properties… 

Each kit within this range comes with a set of full colour, step by step instructions which teach how to construct the property.  You can then bring the property to life as you choose!
 

The kit also includes pre-cut external vernacular detailing, glazing & doors and features an aperture in the base for lighting.
 

Approx constructed dimensions

  • Width =  15.6 cm
  • Depth =  7.3 cm
  • Height = 7.7 cm

Paints Used by Bea

  • Main Carcass
    • Soot Ash
    • Wishey Washy Stone
    • Dirty Stne Mortar
    • Stormy Skies
    • Parisian Rooftops
  • Roof
    • Dirty Stone Mortar
    • Stormy Skies

 

Please note that the images show a constructed OO Gauge railway kit and also a completed/decorated basic house kit where additional craft items have been used, these additional craft items are not included within the kit.

Product CodeTBAOO
ManufacturerPetite Properties Ltd
ConditionNew

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

One of the best kits in OO Scale

12345
I used platicised embossed brick paper on the walls and the main chimney obtainable from a suppler in Greece. I painted the framework timbers black before applying them over the brick paper. The model looks superb when thatched with plumbers hemp, using (to the best of my ability) the technique advocated by Pendon modellers. The smaller chimney is finished with rough plaster rendering. I got more enjoyment and satisfaction from this model than any other I've attempted. (09 Jun 2020, 14:29)

NOT JUST A PUB!!!!

12345
I have used this model as a character farm house, and thatched it in a prototypical way, aprat from the "stitching" on the ridge. I don't use papers, I used very thin plastic embossed brick sheet , fully painted and weathered before the beams were installed. Looking back...If....WHEN I do another, i will make the chimney in stone. All In all, this kit lends you to all sorts of finishes, you just need to know what you want from the start and plan well. If these photos done show, I've put them on the facebook page too. DSC_1145.jpg DSC_1125.jpg DSC_0827.jpg (06 May 2020, 19:57)

Great pub

12345
The kit was an enjoy building it. Gives a lot of possibilities to create your own personalized pub. (23 Feb 2020, 09:14)

Makes a superb pub

12345
I loved this model which was interesting to make and fitted together well; as do all these kits. I enjoyed the challenge of the thatched roof although it could be made with slates or pantiles. Don’t forget to paint the walls before attaching the timber frame! (06 Feb 2019, 12:46)

Take the thatching challange

12345
Really a nice model to make with thatching material options (you choose) care should be taken as the thatch is the making of this model. (17 Oct 2017, 11:23)
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