Infotec displays model behaviour
Our displays can now be part of the scenery on model railway sets!
You know you’re an important part of everyday life when your products are recreated in miniature for model railway enthusiasts to buy!
A pack of Next Train Indicators (NTIs), display boards and platform clocks based on the real Passenger Information Displays (PIDs) designed and built by Infotec are now available for adding detail to stations on miniature railway layouts.
Each set contains enough displays to detail a station layout with up to eight platforms. Reflecting the reality of what Leicestershire-based Infotec offers, the kit also includes templates for creating wall-brackets and free-standing gallows for mounting the displays.
The kit is based on original drawings supplied by leading passenger information specialist Infotec and is available online from scalemodelscenery.co.uk as laser-cut, 3D-printeditems or as downloads from ModelRailwayScenery.com
Commenting on their creation, Infotec’s Managing Director Tim Court said: “We think this is brilliant! Hundreds of UK railway stations have displays designed and manufactured by us and so the kit will help any model railway enthusiast to recreate very realistic scenes.
“We were happy to help and hope the kits prove as popular and successful as the real things!”
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