Triang Bungalow A

First post of the 2018, it seems such a long time since Christmas.  I have had a few things to sort in the shed, it has been a bit neglected lately, so now its time to get back into it.  Heating on Coffee in hand and away we go…..

Well look who was the lucky one to get this lovely Triang Bungalow [1962-65] for Christmas [2017]. It arrived flat packed, and fits together in sections with nuts and bolts. Each panel is covered in a decorated paper inside and out.

Triang Bungalow A

The height of the bungalow from the base to the top of the chimney is 30 cm, the bungalow itself is 28 cm wide and 55 cm long. It stands on a base that measures 44 cm wide and 63 cm long.

Triang Bungalow A

This bungalow is open plan, with one wall of glass [perspex] doors. There are two doors, which open, on each side wall with ribbed obscure plastic glass.

Each panel fits into the base, and is fixed in place with nuts and bolts. The windows have plastic frames.

The front and back panels are attached to the base with bolts.



Triang Bungalow A

The fireplace fits over the back wall, it is then lined up with the roof.

Just the roof to go on and that’s it …. finished … easiest house I have every done. It is already decorated just need some flooring and furniture to fill it. Lounge and Dining Room I think …


3 Comments Add yours

  1. What a lovely little house. I’ve never seen that one before.


  2. Oh I say! Absolutely great and looking fresh as a daisy too.


    1. Lee Higgins says:

      Having the plastic doors at the front make it lovely to display furniture, just need some nice flooring to go into it.


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