One of the brace of kits I ordered in from TT Combat was their Bus Stop set. It comes with 2 bus stops and 2 lamp posts.
The whole thing comes on one sheet of 3mm MDF for the main structure(s) and a sheet od board for the layered livery and signs. Although not clear on the website I had ready on a review that the clear back of the shelter was included. I was expecting acetate sheet but was surprised to find it is 3mm perspex. Very solid. With the clear back wall and all the layers it was clear that this was all going to need painted before assembly, so I forced back the urge to get the glue out and reached for the spray cans instead. I primed the MDF sheet with Halfords gray primer and then covered it in Army Painters Gun Metal spray. The board sheet was given a prime of dark green, although I removed the bus timetable signs and gave them a spray of white.
It's worth noting that the absorbency of the materials means that the detailing does not get ruined by the modest spray application. The picture above is the timetable signage AFTER the white spray. Even the route diagram is still nice and clear.
Although a simple kit this one does contain an instruction guide. I wanted the bus livery to be nice and bright, so I had picked out a bright green paint to go over the board components (which is why I primer them with a dark green. Once everything was painted up the assembly was straight forward. Each shelter has the bus times\routes on a board on one side and an advertising board at the other end, so I went online to find a couple of appropriate film posters to fill the space.
These really look the business on the street. Scale-wise it could be argued that they are a bit too big, and the roof is pretty high with the 28mm figure in it, although the bench seat is at the correct height for the figure. However the extra height DOES make it a more playable as it'll be less fiddly to get the figures in and around it which probably is better in the long run. It is a gaming table after all, not a diorama.
At time of writing the set costs the princely sum of £5.95 including UK postage.