This is a small warehouse in the East End of victorian London.
The doors are free-standing and so can be pinned open or omitted as desired.
It comes with a small range of packing cases, including the legendary tea chest, importing tea (the only thing that keeps England functioning) from the Empire territories.
I made this and the accompanying range of 28mm buildings to accompany the "In Her Majesty's Name" set of wargaming rules by Craig Cartmell and Charles Murton, published by Osprey Wargames, and because I've been watching "Ripper Street" on that new-fangled television apparatus. They should suit any variety of Victorian building usage that needs a taste of the old East End, and many of the buildings will still be alive and kicking in 'Station Roads' up and down the country and so useful for train scenery building.
Note: This series of models does not condone murder, violence or other mayhem, and sightings of the Ripper should be reported to the Metropolitan Constabulary at Great Scotland Yard preferably via telephonic device on Whitehall 1212.
Assembled using superglue
Undercoated in gesso
Painted in acrylics
Ian Harrison from London