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OO-9 4 Wheel Open Side Coach Green

These delightful ready to run coaches are based on those used on the Glyn Valley Tramway. This plain green vehicle is ideal for a modeller who wishes to create their own imaginary narrow gauge line, or for those wishing to adapt them to suit another prototype. A matching enclosed coach (Ref. GR-500UG) and a brake coach (Ref. GR-530UG) are available; all three vehicles are also produced in plain red (Ref GR-500UR, GR-520UR, & GR-530UR).

OO-9 4 Wheel Open Side Coach Red

These delightful ready to run coaches are based on those used on the Glyn Valley Tramway. This plain red vehicle is ideal for a modeller who wishes to create their own imaginary narrow gauge line, or for those wishing to adapt them to suit another prototype. A matching enclosed coach (Ref. GR-500UR) and a brake coach (Ref. GR-530UR) are available; all three vehicles are also produced in plain green (Ref GR-500UG, GR-520UG, & GR-530UG).

OO-9 4 Wheel Brake Coach Green

These delightful ready to run coaches are based on those used on the Glyn Valley Tramway. This plain green vehicle is ideal for a modeller who wishes to create their own imaginary narrow gauge line, or for those wishing to adapt them to suit another prototype. A matching open sided coach (Ref. GR-520UG) and enclosed coach (Ref. GR-500UG) are available; all three vehicles are also produced in plain red (Ref GR-500UR, GR-520UR, & GR-530UR).

OO-9 4 Wheel Brake Coach Red

These delightful ready to run coaches are based on those used on the Glyn Valley Tramway. This plain green vehicle is ideal for a modeller who wishes to create their own imaginary narrow gauge line, or for those wishing to adapt them to suit another prototype. A matching open sided coach (Ref. GR-520UR) and enclosed coach (Ref. GR-500UR) are available; all three vehicles are also produced in plain green (Ref GR-500UG, GR-520UG, & GR-530UG).

Leyland Olympian Double Decker Bus, London Buses Metro

The Leyland Olympian entered service with the National Bus Company (N.B.C.) in 1981, as a replacement for the Bristol VRT. Shortly after this, Olympians entered service with many provincial operators. London Transport ordered its' first batch in 1984.

Initial batches of the Olympian featured a Leyland chassis, powered by a Gardner 6 LXB engine with an Eastern Carriage Works (E.C.W.) body. Later batches used a Leyland built body and those produced more recently had an Optare built body. Outwardly these three bodies are basically identical and this kit is based on this type of Olympian.

They were exported to Greece, Hong Kong, the USA, Canada and Singapore. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Leyland National Single Decker Bus, Greater Manchester

The Leyland National bus was built in Workington, Cumbria, between 1972 and 1985, this project being a collaboration between British Leyland and the National Bus Company. It was a successful venture, with thousands built, and also exported to many countries around the world, including Australia, the Netherlands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, and the largest export shipment, 450 buses to Venezuela! Very few remain in service in the UK, but over 100 are preserved. Another interesting fact, and a railway one, is that the bus body design, and components, were adapted to be used in the British Rail Class 141, 142 and 155 diesel multiple units. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Leyland National Single Decker Bus, Blackpool

The Leyland National bus was built in Workington, Cumbria, between 1972 and 1985, this project being a collaboration between British Leyland and the National Bus Company. It was a successful venture, with thousands built, and also exported to many countries around the world, including Australia, the Netherlands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, and the largest export shipment, 450 buses to Venezuela! Very few remain in service in the UK, but over 100 are preserved. Another interesting fact, and a railway one, is that the bus body design, and components, were adapted to be used in the British Rail Class 141, 142 and 155 diesel multiple units. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Leyland National Single Decker Bus, Red Vari-kit

The Leyland National bus was built in Workington, Cumbria, between 1972 and 1985, this project being a collaboration between British Leyland and the National Bus Company. It was a successful venture, with thousands built, and also exported to many countries around the world, including Australia, the Netherlands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, and the largest export shipment, 450 buses to Venezuela! Very few remain in service in the UK, but over 100 are preserved. Another interesting fact, and a railway one, is that the bus body design, and components, were adapted to be used in the British Rail Class 141, 142 and 155 diesel multiple units. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Leyland National Single Decker Bus, Green Vari-kit

The Leyland National bus was built in Workington, Cumbria, between 1972 and 1985, this project being a collaboration between British Leyland and the National Bus Company. It was a successful venture, with thousands built, and also exported to many countries around the world, including Australia, the Netherlands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, and the largest export shipment, 450 buses to Venezuela! Very few remain in service in the UK, but over 100 are preserved. Another interesting fact, and a railway one, is that the bus body design, and components, were adapted to be used in the British Rail Class 141, 142 and 155 diesel multiple units. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Leyland Olympian Double Decker Bus, Blackpool Corporation

The Leyland Olympian entered service with the National Bus Company (N.B.C.) in 1981, as a replacement for the Bristol VRT. Shortly after this, Olympians entered service with many provincial operators. London Transport ordered its' first batch in 1984.

Initial batches of the Olympian featured a Leyland chassis, powered by a Gardner 6 LXB engine with an Eastern Carriage Works (E.C.W.) body. Later batches used a Leyland built body and those produced more recently had an Optare built body. Outwardly these three bodies are basically identical and this kit is based on this type of Olympian.

They were exported to Greece, Hong Kong, the USA, Canada and Singapore. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Starter Track Set

This pack contains:

  • 6 x ST-401 Standard Straights
  • 2 x ST-411 Double Straights
  • 1 x ST-413 Double Straight (Wired)
  • 5 x ST-403 1st Radius Standard Curves
  • 6 x ST-412 1st radius Double Curves
  • 1 x ST-405 Right Hand Turnout
  • 1 x ST-406 Left Hand Turnout
  • 2 x SL-440 Buffer Stops
  • 1 x OO-9 Planbook

For narrow gauge models built to either 00 (4mm) or H0 (3.5mm) scale and running on 9mm gauge track. This rigid track system is particularly useful on small layouts with tight curves, and is fully compatible with the 009 Streamline track system.

Platform Accessories Modern Era

This new kit brings the range of platform accessories into contemporary times. A ticket kiosk, information and timetable boards, a ticket machine, ticket barriers, and CRT screens are all represented in this comprehensive kit. Moulded in red plastic, the models are easy to assemble, and painting would be necessary to bring out the detail. Suitable for all regions in the UK, the models nevertheless recall memories of "Network South East" of the 1980s!

Corn Stooks Traditional (2)

Pack of 2. The Harburn Hamlet range of painted resin accessories provide interesting scenic details for your layout.

Corn Stooks Traditional (5)

Pack of 5. The Harburn Hamlet range of painted resin accessories provide interesting scenic details for your layout.

Leyland National Single Decker Bus, London Transport

The Leyland National bus was built in Workington, Cumbria, between 1972 and 1985, this project being a collaboration between British Leyland and the National Bus Company. It was a successful venture, with thousands built, and also exported to many countries around the world, including Australia, the Netherlands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, and the largest export shipment, 450 buses to Venezuela! Very few remain in service in the UK, but over 100 are preserved. Another interesting fact, and a railway one, is that the bus body design, and components, were adapted to be used in the British Rail Class 141, 142 and 155 diesel multiple units. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Leyland National Single Decker Bus, London Country

The Leyland National bus was built in Workington, Cumbria, between 1972 and 1985, this project being a collaboration between British Leyland and the National Bus Company. It was a successful venture, with thousands built, and also exported to many countries around the world, including Australia, the Netherlands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, and the largest export shipment, 450 buses to Venezuela! Very few remain in service in the UK, but over 100 are preserved. Another interesting fact, and a railway one, is that the bus body design, and components, were adapted to be used in the British Rail Class 141, 142 and 155 diesel multiple units. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Leyland Olympian Double Decker Bus, London Buses Riverside

The Leyland Olympian entered service with the National Bus Company (N.B.C.) in 1981, as a replacement for the Bristol VRT. Shortly after this, Olympians entered service with many provincial operators. London Transport ordered its' first batch in 1984.

Initial batches of the Olympian featured a Leyland chassis, powered by a Gardner 6 LXB engine with an Eastern Carriage Works (E.C.W.) body. Later batches used a Leyland built body and those produced more recently had an Optare built body. Outwardly these three bodies are basically identical and this kit is based on this type of Olympian.

They were exported to Greece, Hong Kong, the USA, Canada and Singapore. Kit contains pre-coloured parts and transfers; requires glue and detail painting to complete.

Garden Buildings and Accessories

This kit comprises mostly of plastic injection moulded parts, plus a laser cut wooden sprue containing the lawnmower and roller. The kit contains: Greenhouse, Conservatory, Garden Shed, Garden Seat, Cold Frames, Water Butt, Wheelbarrow, Lawnmower, Lawn Roller, and 330mm of Larch-Lap Fencing with gate.


Bullhead Buffer Stop, Rail-built

Most buffer stops of the period prior to the 1970s were constructed from spare bullhead rail and these new mouldings contain plenty of detail such as bolt heads and the bullhead profile of the rail. The design has also accounted for the option of an alternative buffer for EM gauge.

There are enough parts in the kit for two buffer stops. Designed to clip onto the bullhead rail profile, this easy-to-assemble kit will be simplicity itself to install.

OO-9 Centre Observation Coach Lynton and Barnstaple Livery No 10

These finely detailed ready to run coaches and wagons are accurately modelled on the rolling stock of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, both as an independent railway and after its' absorption into the Southern railway in 1922. They are also available painted but unlettered for those modellers who wish to tailor them for use on other lines.

OO-9 All 3rd Coach SR Livery No 2471

These finely detailed ready to run coaches and wagons are accurately modelled on the rolling stock of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, both as an independent railway and after its' absorption into the Southern railway in 1922. They are also available painted but unlettered for those modellers who wish to tailor them for use on other lines.

OO-9 Centre Observation Coach SR Livery No 2468

These finely detailed ready to run coaches and wagons are accurately modelled on the rolling stock of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, both as an independent railway and after its' absorption into the Southern railway in 1922. They are also available painted but unlettered for those modellers who wish to tailor them for use on other lines.

Standing People

Pack contains 5 standing people for all OO scenes. Each pack contains 5 different characters all hand painted.

Seated People

Pack contains 5 standing people for all OO scenes. Each pack contains 5 different characters all hand painted.

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