I was having a general gander through industrial model railways on google recently and came upon a chap called Ralph Burrows.
He takes commissions for his work and his rather nice illustrations too. Odd how so many modelmakers also draw very well.
What struck me about his work was the preponderance of domestic architecture, from cottages to what we used to call "villas". Large, imposing red brick houses from the Edwardian period onwards. Every town has them, yet they seem to be largely ignored.
In a country with such a very rich heritage of vernacular architecture it seems a shame to ignore so many popular types. This is something Mr. Burrows doesn't do.
Here's a link to his simple website:-http://www.ralphburrows.co.uk/model-making.html.