Wills Kits

Wills Kits

Wills Kits were first produced in 1955 by Bob Wills and appeared in his own model shop in Coulsden. By 1960 Wills Finecast Locomotive Kits were well established and when Mr Wills sold his business to South Eastern Finecast in 1987 there were over forty loco kits within the range. Prior to this, the Wills company started in 1978 making simple but extremely effective plastic scenic kits. The well known modeller and writer Iain Rice was involved with the design and the range quickly grew.

In 1998 the Wills plastic scenic series was sold to PECO and production was moved from Forest row to the Ratio Factory in Buckfastleigh. The range continues to be developed and today there are over 120 kits for you to choose from. Wills offer you three easy ways to make your models. The easiest way is to use one of the many kits in the ‘Scenic’ series. They have moulded pre-coloured plasic parts that only require gluing together. Painting is optional, but will help make your kits look even more realistic. More advanced modellers will find the ‘Craftsman’ series of kits provides them with a good range of larger models. Parts are cut out of sheet materials using templates before assembly and painting. The third modelling option Wills offer is the means to customise a kit or make an entire model from scratch using their range of material packs. Wills believe that through these three types of Wills models, you have the widest possible choice to help you build whatever you need.

Wills structure kits are suitable for use on all UK model layouts representing the 1930s up to the 1960s and beyond, many of these types of buildings are still in existence today. The design are copied from real life, giving you the option to model a real situation or, if you prefer, use them in a fictional setting. The range includes domestic and commercial kits to help you bring to life the landscape through which your model railway runs.

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WILLS SS12  Station Garage & Pumps
 Station Garage & Pumps. Typical 1930s design. Area 114 x 84mm ..
£6.75
WILLS SS13  Domestic Garage, timber style
 Domestic Garage, timber style, typical of 1930s and 40s. Area 68 x 56mm ..
£4.50
WILLS SS14  Tea Kiosk with printed name and interior detail
 Tea Kiosk with printed name and interior detail ..
£4.50
WILLS SS15  Coal Yard & Hut, includes plastic coal
 Coal Yard & Hut, includes plastic coal.  122 x 50mm Use coal staithes kit SS17. ..
£5.04
WILLS SS16  Weighbridge and Hut
 Weighbridge and Hut used for weighing goods vehicles before loading. Area 81 x 21mm ..
£4.50
WILLS SS17  Coal Bunkers
 Coal Bunkers, 2 bay. Suitable for use with kit SS15 ..
£4.50
WILLS SS18  Station Forecourt Shops, including Printed Interiors
 Station Forecourt Shops, including Printed Interiors ..
£4.95
WILLS SS19  Grotty Huts (2) and Privy
Grotty Huts (2) and Privy. Combined area 94 x 38mm ..
£4.50
WILLS SS20  Greenhouse and 2 coldframes including glazing material
 Greenhouse and 2 coldframes including glazing. Area of greenhouse 56 x 41mm, coldframes 26 ..
£4.95
WILLS SS21  Advertisement Hoardings and Bill Poster including printed posters
 Advertisement Hoardings and Bill Poster. Kit comprises of 2 Hoardings, Bill Poster, ladder ..
£4.95
WILLS SS22  Lamp Huts (2) with Oil Drums (4)
 Lamp Huts with Oil Drums (2) ..
£5.04
WILLS SS23  Bicycle Shed with racks & corrugated roof
 Bicycle Shed with racks & corrugated roof complete with bicycles. Area 52 x 35mm ..
£4.50
WILLS SS24  Conservatory with garden seat & water butt
Conservatory with garden seat & water butt. Area 55 x 33mm ..
£4.50
WILLS SS25  Station Halt for small local community, complete with fencing and signs
 Station Halt for small local community. , complete with fencing and signs ..
£4.50
WILLS SS26  Victorian Cast Iron Type Bridge, use SS64 for abutments
Victorian Cast Iron Type  Bridge, use SS64 for abutments. Size 110mm long. ..
£4.50
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