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Eurotunnel Shuttle Locomotive
The Channel Tunnel Shuttle Locomotive.
1:160 scale (N gauge), approximately 5½ inches long
WWII Airfield Buildings
From German designer Alexander Krop.
LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin
The famous German airship.
1:700 scale (over 13 inches long) or 1:400 scale (over 23 inches long)
NEW! 1:400 scale version now available.
The legendary ocean liner.
1:1200 scale (about 9 inches long)
Imperial Russian airship from World War I.
1:350 scale (about 13 inches long)
The mile-high Illinois
Frank Lloyd Wright's bold skyscraper design.
1:1700 scale (about 40 inches high)
Concorde - the fastest and most beautiful passenger aircraft ever built.
Available in Air France, British Airways, Pepsi, FedEx and Air Canada liveries.
1:144 scale (about 17 inches long)
NEW! British Airways “Landor” livery now available.
Cardington airship shed for British airship models.
1:700 scale (over 15 inches long)
Canada Post Letter Box
A simple, colourful model of a Canadian street letter box.
1:16 scale (about 3-1/4 inches high)
The British passenger airship R101.
1:700 scale (over 13 inches long)
Scaled Composites SpaceShipOne
Burt Rutan's futuristic X-Prize contender. Now available in two versions!
1:48 scale (approx. 7 inches long)
RVT Reusable Rocket Vehicle
This Japanese test vehicle is being used to research technologies for future reusable spacecraft.
1:32 scale (over 4 inches high)
H.G.Wells's Land Ironclad
This huge vehicle, described in a 1903 short story, anticipated the invention of the modern tank.
1:110 scale (approx. 10 inches long), compatible with 15mm figures
An unusual one-person homebuilt plane designed using the lifting body principle.
This simple kit may be built as either a display model or a glider!
1:48 scale (approx. 5 inches long)
Vickers Transoceanic Airship
This passenger dirigible was designed in 1919, and though
never built it foreshadowed the era of international air travel.
1:700 scale (almost 14 inches long)
Airship Mooring Mast
Mooring mast for British passenger airships.
1:700 scale (approx. 3-1/2 inches tall)
The British passenger airship R100.
1:700 scale (approx. 12 inches long)
2 versions available, for printing on either normal or metallic card stock.
The Link Trainer - the first flight simulator.
1:24 scale (wingspan approx. 5 inches)
Soviet N-1 Rocket Booster
The N-1 moon rocket, ill-fated Soviet rival to the Saturn V.
1:144 scale (Almost 30 inches tall!)
An enlarged 1:96 scale version is also available (almost 45 inches tall!)
Moon Rocket Friede
The rocket Friede from the 1929 silent film Woman in the Moon.
1:144 scale (approx. 12 inches high)
V-1 Flying Bomb
The V-1 “doodlebug” - predecessor of the modern cruise missile.
1:32 scale (over 10 inches long)
The V-2 - world's first ballistic missile.
1:32 scale (over 17 inches high)
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