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GWR 12/13ton Open Goods Wagon

Dia. O32: over 10,000 unfitted built (1933 – 1940); O33: 948 built with vacuum brake and tarpaulin rails. Most lasted into the 1970s, with some featuring fabricated steel strengthening. The kit covers all variants. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 12ton Covered Goods Wagon

950 wagons of this design were built between 1929 and 1933. Withdrawal took place in the early 1960s. These wagons were regarded as ‘common user’ so would have been found across the whole network. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 12ton Covered Goods Wagon

Dia. V24: hand brake only (1933 – 1943); V23: vacuum brakes (1933 - 1941); V26, known as ‘PARTO’ was as a V23 with internal partitions (1935 – 1939). Many lasted into the 1970s. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 12ton Covered Goods Wagon

Plywood body construction came about as a result of a shortage of wooden planks at the end of the last war. A total of 1,100 vans were built, 350 with only a hand brake (diagram V37), which eventually had vacuum brakes retro-fitted. They lasted into the 1970s. Transfers for GWR and BR.These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 12ton Fruit Van

200 of these vans were built 1937/38 to convey Guernsey tomatoes. They were also used for other fruit and vegetable traffic. The fleet lasted into the 1970s, being used for general merchandise outside of the season. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 12ton Motor Car Van

350 of these were built between 1933 and 1936. Their telegraphic code was MOGO. The main traffic was from Morris Cowley, but might also have been used for general merchandise. All were withdrawn in the 1960s. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 12ton Motor Car Van

Similar to diagram G31, these wagons were built in 1946 and 1947, but with a plywood body. They lasted into the 1960s. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 13ton Open Goods Wagon

Almost 2,000 of these wagons were built between 1924 and 1929. The design was one of the first produced by the GWR using Railway Clearing House spec brake gear. Many survived into 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 20ton Felix Pole Coal Wagon

Almost 1,000 of these high capacity wagons were built in the 1920s for Welsh coal traffic. Rerated to a 21-ton capacity wagon during the Second World War, they were in traffic until the 1960s. Transfers for GWR and BR, and for Norths Navigation Collieries. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 20ton Goods Brake Van

221 of these vans were built between 1927 and 1931. Seen all over the GWR, and later BR Western Region. Examples lasted until the 1960s. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 20ton Loco Coal Wagon

Converted from the “Felix Pole” wagons (PS41), 200 were so treated in 1934-35, to convey coal to GWR locomotive sheds. Featuring extra side doors, they joined the general coal fleet in the 1950s. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR Container Wagon

Standard GWR container (CONFLAT) wagon, as used in kit PS39, but without the container. Transfers for GWR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

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