Prefabs (prefabricated buildings) were a major part of the delivery plan to address the United Kingdom’s post–Second World War housing shortage. They were envisaged by war-time prime minister Winston Churchill in March 1944 and legally outlined in the Housing (Temporary Accommodation) Act 1944.
These Asbestos and timber huts were constructed for use on the railways during this period and were used by platelayers and for storing lamps.
This building features a doorway, with a rear-end window.
This model is made from weather-resistant plastic (not resin) and can be used for indoor or outdoor railways. With the correct use of paint and preparation, this model will provide years of pleasure and enhance your layout. To make the most of your Brunel Model, please follow the safety guidelines and instructions carefully.