These are all resin buildings and probably from many manufacturers, though which, I can't say for sure. I do remember that I bought them over a long period of time as, to me at least, they were very expensive.
Though they were all bought specifically for the ACW they're obviously usable for many different eras and not just America either !
Some of the buildings are "shells" of resin, whilst others are solid resin and all seem very tough as they have suffered very little damage over the many changes in storage locations over the years.
|Stone house, but shingle roof.|
|Rear and side view|
|Another really boring grey building...|
|...not helped by the dull window frames and roof|
|A very small building|
|Another very small building|
|Still boring though.|
|One of th more interesting building (IMO)..|
|Wish I'd added matchstick porch supports|
|More of a barn than a dewlling,|
|...but a very interesting one IMO.|
|Log and shingles|
|There are some interesting features, but you have to look hard.|
|Looks like an 'outhouse' (wc) ...|
|...but probably more like a woodstore - look at the door size!|
|Another combination of logs and chimney|
|I haven't a clue why some are on bases and others are not|
|Another fairly boring shack...|
|...anyway you look at it.|
|Must have been a job lot on log cabins...|
|...but it does have a thatch/turf roof !|
|A huge barn (biggest building of all my ACW stuff)|
|Rear view (obviously)|
|Signal post, with AWOL signaller|
|Boring rear view.|
|Rear view of "Wuthering Heights"|
As always your comments are both welcomed and appreciated.