This is the first of our Bathurst inspired buildings. This is the Classic Timekeepers Building from the Mount Panarama Motor Circuit in Bathurst, Australia.
It is a building that is sadly no longer there. It dates back from around the 1970’s (see the pictures for what it looked like)
It’s a great building for tracks that have very little space, as it is quite narrow. It also has the option to not put the rear little extension on to make even narrower.
The building also comes with roofs that lift off to help you with making, or editing, the interior at a later date.
The kit also comes with a couple of panels to blank out 2 of the windows from the historic picture in case you wish to recreate a diorama of that picture.
Made with help from Our friends in Australia Tony Dipastena
200mm Tall without roof signs
80mm deep without rear extra building, 130mm deep with it
Steve Trow (verified owner) –
Another great building which looks fantastic painted. I’ve added desks, shelves and worktops plus the office equipment. Due to lack of space I didn’t use the rear extension on the building but have modified it and used it as a maintenance hut elsewhere on my track.