Time to push one of my favourite eBay sellers. David a.k.a. eBay seller Harleycat pushes out a constant stream of excellent decaying urban and industrial buildings in OO scale (20mm). And all at very reasonable starting bids to boot.
Each of these low-relief run-down block of flats measures 14.5cm long x 13.5cm high x 4cm deep and are solidly constructed from printed card mounted on a sturdy and professionally constructed hardboard frame.
Over the year David *Harleycat* also offered a wide variety of run-down commercial premises, offices and factories. The popular ones come round again fairly regularly, so no need to get into a frantic bidding war. I look out for new products from David every time I stop by eBay because I love the grittines of the urban secenes he photographs and find them inspiring for Winter of 79.
As a consequence, I've picked up several of his buildings. For scaling purposes, here's one of David's low-relief flats (left) on the streets of Winter of 79. I've got the flats with shuttered convenience store too and am after that Chinese Takeway you can see in the background of the second photo to round out a particular scene I have in mind. One of David's two part commericial/industrial buildings forms the backdrop to my industrial estate.