The sets vary with their size, they contain 80 parts of precisely cut wooden prisms of 9 x 9 mm, gables, roofs and bases made of plywood, doors and windows, even foil representing glass. Paper prints can be applied on roof areas, or it is possible to glue on them shingles made of beech veneer. The set also contains dusting material, which is used to symbolise grass, as well as sandpaper to use for small adjustments. Individual parts are glued with wood and paper glue according to step-by step diagram instructions, i.e. pictograms, with symbols for separate working acts. This simple system also enabled easy eight-language versions of the instructions.Look great as part of a model railway or imaginative (1:32). Needs PVA or wood glue.