Clumsey image, but it's been in Picasa for so long I'm just glad to see the back of it!, It'll benefit from enlarging with a right click if you're interested. The only surviving piece of the packaging was a scrap of paper 'header' attached to one of the bag's staples, so I de-bagged it.
The scrap says 20 pieces however there are 18 items (in a sealed bags); 10 white and 8 red. I'm guessing that someone put an extra telegraph pole in the bag? If you removed one and then assumed the figures count four, you'd have the 20, but really it's just an mental-exercise for moments of boredom!
The street light is similar to the Airfix platform lights from their railway range, but several others of the period are too, so I think that's down to the equipment in use in 'real life' at that time - 1950's. I particularly like the signal box, as it resembles the little die-cast one from Lone Star's range of Treble-O-Trains.
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