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 Former staff have purchased the remaining railway stock from Gee Dee Ltd, which closed the shop doors for the last time on March 30th.


 With the consent of the owner they have registered Gee Dee Models Ltd as a new company, which initially will be online with a view to opening a shop in a new location sometime soon.


 The retiring owners of Gee Dee wish all concerned all the best in their new venture.


 After over 70 years supplying our customers with model and hobby products, the Heathcoat Street shop has now officially closed down

We would like to thank our many loyal customers over the years for their much valued support.

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Site of the present shop at 21 Heathcoat Street

Inside the Heathcoat Street shop 2007. RC Department on the lower floor

2007, large show case to the left of the stairs.

The RC Department 2012,  when it moved back upstairs

The Railway Counter 2012


Plastic kits - 2012

This will bring back a few memories. The Hornby layout that was to the right of the stairs going into the railway department. One of these is still operational on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway in the gift shop.

Site of the present shop before it was built, early 1960's. Heathcoat Street and Highcross Street. Grain Sewing Machines building on Highcross Street is still there and in use. Below is a 2018 photo from a similar position.

The first shop, opened in 1946

Inside the first shop 'Down Hockley'

Upstairs of the Hockley shop

 Upstairs at the Hockley shop, the Railway department.

Downstairs at the Hockley shop, the toy department.

Some classic Tamiya kits

Skegness shop, 1960's

Inside of the Skegness shop

The large slot car racing circuit that was installed at the Skegness shop.

Friar Lane shop 1960's

King Street shop - 1980's


 Gee Dee Models at early exhibitions



GEE DEE MODELS in Photos. Part 2


 The Gee Dee bus, 1980's

A young Peter Grain (The Boss) at the Ideal Home Exhibition in 1952 watched by radio star Norman Evans demonstrates a model railway, made mainly of Trix Twin equipment.

Picture from the Nottingham Business Review, November 1979. Near case is full of Mamod and Wilesco live steam. This is the radio control counter, note the Keil Kraft Hurricane hanging from the ceiling next to the green and white control line model.

 How it used to be, mid 1980s. RC Aircraft department, Heathcoat Street. Note all the KITS (The yellow glider hanging from the ceiling is a Veron Springbok slope soarer)