Victorian terrace house

Finally got the basics done on these now and what you see to the left is everything you will need to make one house (the roofing tile sheet isn't shown as I forgot :-/ ).

It comes ready primed and I'm working on an instruction sheet. It's not hard to put together but I thought some people would appreciate a how to sheet.

The windows and doors are separate for ease of painting and the chimney is pre-made and can be left off if you prefer.

The floors, once together, can stack and multiple floors can be added to the building to make it three, four or more stories high.

I've also made a test for a shop front which can be seen to the left. Of course, the windows and door are removable and there is sufficient detail for it not to require anything else to be done to it.

I'm also working on a different roof with the gable to the front and a small window in the wall and a few different shop types.

These (and some of the options, along with the Victorian warehouse in an earlier post and possibly something else) will be available on the website in next month. As mentioned before all the floors are separate and each one has an integral floor to it so figures can be placed inside.

In the pipeline for these are such things as a front and rear yard/garden attachment and also an outhouse that can either be butted up to the building or put at the rear of the back yard/garden. Rear walls will be thought out as well.

I haven't got any painted versions of this yet but I did manage to spray a couple red and put them together to get a feel for what an entire street would look like and I must admit, I quite like it :-)

These are available now and are going for £30 including postage to the UK (international will be a bit more) so if you are interested drop me a line using the e-mail on the left hand side bar or I can be PM'd through the Lead Adventure Forum.

I'll leave you with one or two more shots



  1. Nice work mate. I have posted the details on http://gwargamesp.18.forumer.com as they might be good for VBCW.

  2. Thanks chaps :-)

    The price will be coming down and I think I'm going to add a sheet of Victorian wallpaper to the pack.