Friday, 21 October 2011

WW2 20mm Painted Bachmann Garage 00 scale.

One of the 00 scale buildings I got for my birthday last month, these are better than Hornby but a little more expensive, it's from the Bachmann Scenecraft 00 scale range but will fit in nicely in the English countryside.

A couple of pictures for scale purposes, figure is a 20mm from SGTS Mess.






56 comments:

  1. Your talent never ceases to amaze me! Well done :)

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  2. Looks great, all these small buildings and models truly builds a world you can imagine.

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  3. Now these are really nice. The petrol sign and the fallout shelter places things right in their period. I looked at your counter, your almost at 21,000 already. The blogoshpere loves ya Angry

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  4. Feck, I got that wrong. That's 200,200.

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  5. Very nice. How many buildings do you plan to have on the table. As a side note, my mother's maiden name was Hampton. I get to comment early on this one; pulling an allnighter at work--email and voice mail are down. I love being an IT director...

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  6. for some reason it looks so cute :D

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  7. @Mike: I'm thinking about ten but anything good I find could change that number.

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  8. That's a very nice piece of scenery.

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  9. Looks really good and will fit in well.

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  10. Really nice -- great stuff for the Sealion project.

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  12. Very good. Makes me think of the the classic British 50s film 'Genevieve'

    Phil
    (typo in the first attempt to say that. Sorry!)

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  13. Ah, the Bachmann turning over the drive....you ain't seen nothing yet!

    Looks absolutely rocktastic pop pickers....;-)

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  14. Looks nice, I also like the attention to detail of having little things like this in there, just really to be there and make up the scenery.

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  15. Great looking model--ready to be attacked by enemy forces.

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  16. That will look great being over run by the Germans :)

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  17. Great looking set up. There used to be a garage which is sadly gone now that used to look like that down the road from where I live. My Grandad always got his petrol from there

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  18. That looks great. Very nicely scaled for 20mm, too.

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  19. Lurk, how many rooms in the Lurkcave do you need for all of your toys? :)

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  20. Someone needs to shrink me so I can drive that sweet little ride! lol.

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  21. I like the OO Scale railway stuff. I just bought a few of the Superquick card stock buildings to see how they look against my plastic Naps and my Valiants WWII figures. I was quite impressed with them. They are a tad out of scale but nothing that I couldn't live with. ... One tip to anyone buying these card kits though... ditch the building instructions and just figure them out for yourself, it's a hell of a lot quicker!.... Nice work Lurker, Looking forward to your Operation Sealion.

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  22. Nice to see that you can get well lubricated at this garage...fill er up mate!! :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  23. Nice model. Do they come like this, or do you have to paint them?

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  24. More structures should make for more areas of combat engagements. Nice paint job on the bldgs. (I painted for 35 yrs., and these are nicely adorned)

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  25. ...needs a random zombie invasion.

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  26. Very nice piece of eye candy. Good purchase.

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  27. An excellent birthday pressie old chap!!

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  28. lol @ Lost.in.Idaho

    very cool looking model!

    blundersfrom6foot2.blogspot.com

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  29. Great scene, is that me in front of the Garage??;->

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  30. I always liked ur posts! hope you still like mine!
    i've been working on my layout and you should really go and see how it looks like now. I've returned after a short breao lets get this going again ;)

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  31. so cute. garage gasoline pump and every single thing. So very cute

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  32. They look great, what a wonderful find.

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  33. Great buliding, it will add a lot of colour to your Sea Lion game

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  34. Geat work man! I have missed your blog! cant wait to see more

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  35. I really appreciate the details of the Hampton's Garage. The vintage car looks cool, too. You have the best figurines, man.

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  36. I wonder how much petrol used to cost in those days.

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  37. Nice car you got yourself there. :P

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  38. The only thing missing is a little zombie hidden somewhere, ready to eat another mini.

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  39. Awesome as usual.
    lol@mekeInborg

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  40. great scenic addition, must have a close rlook ate the Bacjmann and Hornby ranges for useable items

    -- Allan

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