This report lists scenery items and detailing parts that are available or in the works. Click photos to visit the web sites.
Bill Lane shares a photo of his recently-discovered Ford Tri-Motor model made by Ertl. He mentioned that it is a heavy model.
This item represents a stack of rough-cut lumber. Typically, rough-cut lumber comes from a sawmill and is ready to be dried in a kiln. Pieces of lumber have yet to be cut to size or graded, so you'll see a stack of similar thickness but variable widths and lengths. This kit includes two (2) sheets approximately 10.5" long x 4.5" wide on 3/64" basswood - simulating ~3" wide lumber at ~12' (also available at ~10') lengths. It includes enough material to create two (2) four foot (4') tall lumber stacks.
Be sure to check out the rest of their web site, as the company has a lot of interesting details available in S.
The company is making available S-scale street surface sheets. These are interlocking sheets, so that you can use a number of these to complete your entire road length-wise and width-wise. Sold in packs of two 9-1/2" x 4-1/2" sheets. These unpainted sheets can be glued down to virtually any surface, and then painted and weathered afterwards. The material is 0.025" lazerboard.
Recently discovered, Reviresco released, in 2020, two sets of Fokker D-VII World War I airplane kits. These are pre-decorated cardstock kits that create models which are about 5-1/2" square. These could be used for a static display of a period or old-planes display on a layout, or, due to their light weight, be hung from thin fishing wire to make look like they are flying over your layout. The company has 12 models available, which can be bought individually for $5 each, or a set of 6 (two sets available) for $25 for a set. Also, if you have access to a color printer, the company sells some of them for $3 each in PDF form so that you can print them yourself.
These new signs are expected to be shipping in May. They also announced that their October 2020-release signs are now in stock (delayed due to delays by their source suppliers).