The kit comes in a side opening box. There are 4 sprues in light grey plastic. There was some cleaning up to do after removing the parts from the sprue, but wouldn't you know it, the antenna ( the most flimsy part) had a small mount of flash oner most of it. It was easily removed with a sharp blade before removing from the sprue. The antenna was the most fiddly part to assemble, so take your time. The 4 attachment arms need to be positioned and the frame laid on top. A little tricky to do but managable.
There are a set of tracks to display the model on but it will need a baseboard and railroad ballast.
Overall a nice easy kit to build. With some interruptions it took me about 2 hours to build. The rail car will be passed over to the Paintshop.
In preparation for a new section of the museum Nevington Forth Bomber Command the following aircraft have been acquired after extensive negotiations. They will join the Handley Page Heyford and the Vickers Wellington Mk IC.