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Police Station No. 4 2nd Floor Interior & Exterior

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Pulp Places downloadable PDF paper-craft kit:

 Second floor interior/exterior for Police Station No.4

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Period appropriate for 1920s through 1950s

Kit components are appropriate for a Police Station (or other public building) for this period. This includes 21 pages of floor layouts, wall textures, accoutrements and furniture.

Removable Interior and Exterior Walls

All walls dovetail into each other to be easily removed without being glued into place. Walls can be removed to facilitate photographing miniatures and game play.

U.S. / U.K. / Canadian / Australian Accoutrements

This kit contains 4 pages of country-specific: flags, maps, paintings, mug shots, posters, portraits of prime ministers, presidents and royalty as would adorn the walls of a police station of these times.

Detailed Assembly Instructions included

Over 30 pages of illustrated assembly / customization instructions are provided to assist newcomers to paper modeling in assembling all items contained in the kit.

1:64 scale

This kit is suitable for 25—30 mm miniatures.

Optional assemblies

Optional assembly options include: inset external windows, masking layers to obscure default decor, alternate assembly for see-through barred jail cells.

10 inch square base

This base size is compatible with the Virtual Armchair General’s Mean Street block lay- out.

Ready to print

This kits graphic components are ready to print on card stock (in the range of 140 - 170 g/m2). Wall components and various furniture pieces also require 3/16” (.5 cm) thick foam board for assembly.

You will need Acrobat Reader 7.0 (free) to access the graphic layers in this kit.

Techniques and Tips manual

A free Techniques and Tips manual is also available from Pulp Places on this site.

Integrates with other Police Station No. 4 kits

This kit can be layered with CSK640003 (First Floor), CSK640005 (Third Floor) and CSK640006 (Fourth floor and roof) to model a complete building with full interior and exterior designs.

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All floors of police station

Inquiries on this or other Pulp Places kits should be directed to pulpplaces@gmail.com.


The security clearance and sign-in area is used to restrict entry to this, the floor where suspects and petty felons are being held. Officers and those in their custody are admitted to the cell and holding area whereas members of the public and their police escorts are only permitted entry into the lineup room for identification purposes.

The cell area is divided into individual cells and general holding cells. The women’s general holding cell has some additional privacy and is isolated from the individual cells and men’s holding area.

The police lineup room consists of a heavily lit stage which can accommodate up to 6 suspects. Lighting is focused on the stage from the ceiling and stage lamps located on the floor. The back and middle of the room are unlit, making it impossible for members of the lineup to visually identify the witnesses.

At the far end of the floor is a public washroom, the key to which is available from the security desk.

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File Last Updated:
March 27, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on April 10, 2017.