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Bolster Set

Kit and scratch builders accessory; as included in the 21 ton Twin Bolster wagon kit PC18.

BR 'Clam' 21ton Ballast Wagon

Built 1989-1991 on ex hopper chassis, 400 clam wagons carried mainly waste ballast. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers . Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR (LNER Design) Plywood Goods Van

These wagons (diagram 1/176) were built by the LNER from the end of the Second World War. 3250 were constructed to this diagram. Lasted until the early 1970s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 10 foot Chassis kit, LNER Pattern Clasp Brake Shoes

Kit and scratch builders accessory, as supplied with 13 ton Steel Open Goods Wagon kit PC01A.

BR 10 foot Chassis kit, Vacuum Fitted with Clasp Brake Shoes

Kit and scratch builders accessory; as included in the 12 ton 'Vanwide' kit PC41. Includes both LMS (J' Hanger) and BR Type Spring Suspension detail.

BR 10 foot Chassis kit, Vacuum Fitted with Push Brake Shoes

Kit and scratch builders accessory; as included in the Shock Absorbing Open wagon kit PC28.

BR 10 foot Wagon Chassis kit, Vacuum fitted Morton Brake

Kit and scratch builders accessory, as supplied with 13 ton Wooden Open Goods Wagon kit PC02A.

BR 10ton Insulated Meat Van

250 of these vans (diagram 1/251) were built in 1952/53 for carrying chilled meat. In the 1960s many were used as ordinary goods vans before withdrawal in the early 1970s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 12 foot Wagon Chassis kit (Unfitted) - Morton Brake

Kit and scratch builders accessory; as included in the 21 ton Loco Coal Wagon kit PC31.

BR 12ton Fish Van

410 of these vans (diagram 800) were built in 1954 for express fish traffic. Either oil or roller bearing ‘Blue Spot’ types may be modelled. In later years many became ‘SPV’ parcels vans. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 12ton Fruit Van

200 of these vans (diagram 1/230) were built in 1949 for fruit, vegetable and flower traffic. Many survived until the mid 1970s. This van can easily be converted to an LMS (D2112) goods van of 1944. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 12ton Goods Van Plywood Sides

3500 of these vans (diagram 1/213) were built in the mid 1950s for general goods traffic and lasted into the 1980s. Ventilation scoops are included for the fruit van variation.These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 12ton Pallet Van

Construction of these vans (diagram 1/211) started in 1952. Their wide doors were designed for loading by fork lift truck. They were withdrawn in the mid 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 12ton Pipe Wagon

Introduced in 1949 to an LMS design, 800 of these wagons (diagram 1/460) carried large diameter pipes for the construction industry. Withdrawn in the early 1980s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 12ton Van

In 1962, 1994 of these vans (diagram 1/217) were built. They have extra wide doors to allow fork lift trucks to handle loading. Some were converted to air brake operation. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 12ton Van Plank Sides

Over 19,000 of these standard vans (diagram 1/208) were built in the 1950s for general goods traffic and lasted into the 1980s. Alternative plywood doors are included. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers . Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 13ton Medium Goods Wagon

(Diagram 1/019) 4000 were built in 1950-55 to carry such loads as farm machinery and containers. In the 60s they had a second lease of life as Civil Engineers’ ballast wagons. Withdrawn in 1970s/80s.
These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 13ton Open Goods Wagon

Over 8000 of these wagons (diagram 1/039, 1/044) were built to an LMS design in the 1950s. Used until the 1980s, some lasted another decade in the Civil Engineer’s fleet. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 13ton Steel Open Goods Wagon

6500 of these wagons (diagram 1/037, 1/041) were built in the early 1950s, using a post war LNER design. Many survived into the 1980s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 16ton Iron Ore Tippler Wagon

500 of these vans (diagram 1/185) were built in the mid 1930s to carry fruit traffic - comprising soft and hard fruit and flowers - to destinations throughout Britain. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 16ton Min Wagon Riveted Body

Over 21,000 of these wagons (diagram 109) were built in the 1950s. This kit caters for either pressed steel end doors or the more common fabricated type. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 16ton Mineral Wagon

Vacuum fitted, introduced in 1956, these wagons continued to be used throughout the BR period, carrying coal to coal depots and factories as well as scrap (from 1975), aggregate and engineer’s spoil.
These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 16ton Mineral Wagon

16 ton Mineral Wagon, Non Vacuum Fitted (diagram 1/108) Over 206,000 of these all steel, welded body wagons equipped with hand brakes only were built in the 1950s. They lasted in large numbers until the late 1980s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 16ton Mineral Wagon

(French type) Introduced in 1946, 7000 of these wagons were supplied to France and returned to BR in 1950-1952, where they lasted until the mid 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 16ton Mineral Wagon

About 8000 were built in 1944-1947, almost 2000 of which worked in France until repatriated in the early 1950s. Most survived until the mid 1960s, as BR diagram 1/100. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 21ton Coal Hopper Wagon

Diagram 1/146. 16,800 were built between 1952 and 1958. They were widely used for coal traffic especially in North East England. Common well into the 1980s. The kit has a choice of roller and oil axleboxes. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 21ton Coal Wagon

1000 of these wagons 21 ton Coal Wagon (diagram 1/110) were built in 1950/51 for BR by the Metro-Cammell company. Many were still in service in the late 1970s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 21ton Mineral Wagon

(Rebuilt 1977) This vehicle represents the end of the evolution of the classic British coal wagon. Introduced in 1977, using spare chassis, 947 were built and used chiefly for industrial coal traffic.These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 21ton Rebodied Hopper Wagon

21 ton Rebodied Hopper Wagon (Vac. Braked) In the 1970s BR started to put new bodies on hopper wagons built in the 1940s and 1950s. Some ran with vacuum brakes. Examples lasted into the 1990s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers . Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 22ton Tube Wagon

2350 of these wagons (diagram 1/448) were built between 1954 and 1961 to carry long tubes and bulky general merchandise. Most were withdrawn by the 1980s, but some survive in infrastructure use. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 24½ ton Coal Wagon

Over 2000 of these wagons (diagram 1/115) were built in 1953-1956 to carry coal to power stations and steel works. Withdrawn by 1982. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR Ale Pallet Wagon

The mid 1960s saw a small fleet of these (diagram 1/028) rebuilt from tube wagons to carry beer casks between breweries and distribution depots. Traffic ended in the late 70s but some survived as barrier wagons. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR BD Container

Diagram 3/050; a Conflat wagon or road vehicle load. As supplied with Conflat A Container Wagon kit PC52.

BR CCT Parcels Van

This BR built wagon (diagram 3101) had plywood body sides but had timber doors for extra strength as with the SR version. 150 were built between 1951 and 1955. Withdrawal took place in the early 1980s.
These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR Conflat Container Wagon

4500 of these wagons (diagram 1/067) were built in 1955/56 purely to carry containers. The FM carried frozen meat and was widely used in the 1950s and 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR Conflat Container Wagon

‘Conflat A’ Container Wagon with BD container (diagram 3/050) 4500 were built in 1955/56 purely to carry containers. The BD was the most common general merchandise container on BR. Over 9000 were built to this diagram.
These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers . Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR FM Container

Diagram 3/201; a Conflat wagon or road vehicle load. As supplied with Conflat A Container Wagon kit PC46.

BR Grampus Engineers Wagon

Over 700 of these vacuum braked Grampus (diagram 1/572) were built around 1960 to carry track materials. This kit can also make the air braked Rudd, built from the early 1990s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR Rudd 21ton Ballast Wagon

Built on ex-hopper chassis, these wagons carry mainly waste ballast. Drop side doors are a feature of this design. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR Shock Absorbing Open Wagon

Introduced 1955-1958, these wagons (diagram 1/050) carried fragile traffic from earthenware pipes to whisky barrels. Our model features adjustable body and tarpaulin rail. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR Shock Absorbing Wagon

Introduced 1953 - 1956, these vans (diagram 1/209) carried fragile traffics such as biscuits, whisky and china and lasted in service until the late 1970s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR Van 'Vanwide' with Air Brake

VEA ex Vanwide (Air Brake and FAT19 Suspension) In the late 1970s several hundred Vanwides were upgraded with air brakes and improved suspension for use in Speedlink trains. Used into the 1990s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR/RCH 9 foot Wagon Chassis kit (Unfitted) - Double Brake

Kit and scratch builders accessory; as included in the 16 ton Mineral Wagon kit PC22.

BR/RCH 9 foot Wagon Chassis kit (Unfitted) - Morton Brake

Kit and scratch builders accessory; as included in the 16 ton Mineral Wagon kit PC21.

Coal Loads for Bachmann (TM) 16ton Mineral Wagon

Pack of 3.

Coal Loads for Bachmann (TM) MEA Mineral Wagon

Pack of 3.

Coal Loads for HBA/HEA Hopper Wagon

Pack of 10.

Coal Loads for Hornby (TM) 20/21ton Wagons

Pack of 3.

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