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OO-9 Obervation Coach Unlettered Indian Red

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 Third Coach Unlettered Indian Red

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 Third Coach Unlettered Green

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 Observation Coach Unlettered Green

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.

Security Gate Kit

This kit contains two barriers, open and closed, plus floodlights, CCTV and some palisade fencing, everything is included to make a convincing and practical feature for a warehouse or maintenance shed entrance. Using pre-coloured moulded plastic parts the kit is easy to build, and further painting will enhance the model too.

Royal Mail Sacks - Red

Red Royal Mail sacks piled up awaiting delivery.
Size approx (mm) L55 x W28 x H13. The Harburn Hamlet range of painted resin accessories provide interesting scenic details for your layout.

00-9 Box Van Colman's Mustard

Something a little bit different, these excellently finished ready to run wagons are fictitious and based on some of our more popular ready to run wagons in the N Gauge range.

00-9 Box Van Bass

Something a little bit different, these excellently finished ready to run wagons are fictitious and based on some of our more popular ready to run wagons in the N Gauge range.

00-9 Box Van Fyffes Bananas

Something a little bit different, these excellently finished ready to run wagons are fictitious and based on some of our more popular ready to run wagons in the N Gauge range.

ARP Signal Box

These specially reinforced ARP (Air Raid Precautions) signal boxes featured substantial construction, primarily to protect the locking room gear from bomb blasts during air raids in World War II. A number of similar signal box designs were still to be found around the rail network until quite recently, due to them being difficult to demolish!
The 554 includes all moulded parts required which are produced to a high standard and in base colours. Kit requires painting and light weathering to create the signal box pictured above.

OO-9 FR Bug Box Coach, 1st Class, Early Preservation Livery

The curiously-named "bug Box" 4-wheel coaches were the first passenger carrying coaches built for the Ffestiniog Railway. Dating from 1864 to 1867 they were built by Brown, Marshall & company. The term "Bug Box is a more recent term given to them, possibly in the 1950s, and originally they were referred to as "Small Birmingham's".

There are three types of vehicle: First Class, Third Class, and Open third, sometimes referred to as “Zoo” cars.

OO-9 FR Bug Box Coach, 3rd Class, Early Preservation Livery

The curiously-named "bug Box" 4-wheel coaches were the first passenger carrying coaches built for the Ffestiniog Railway. Dating from 1864 to 1867 they were built by Brown, Marshall & company. The term "Bug Box is a more recent term given to them, possibly in the 1950s, and originally they were referred to as "Small Birmingham's".

There are three types of vehicle: First Class, Third Class, and Open third, sometimes referred to as “Zoo” cars.

OO-9 FR Bug Box Coach, Zoo Car, Early Preservation Livery

The curiously-named "bug Box" 4-wheel coaches were the first passenger carrying coaches built for the Ffestiniog Railway. Dating from 1864 to 1867 they were built by Brown, Marshall & company. The term "Bug Box is a more recent term given to them, possibly in the 1950s, and originally they were referred to as "Small Birmingham's".

There are three types of vehicle: First Class, Third Class, and Open third, sometimes referred to as “Zoo” cars.

Slate Walling

These sheets are invaluable for scratchbuilding, saving many hours of repetitive work creating the various surface patterns and textures. They are the same as those used in the Craftsman kits to make extension work easier. Each pack contains 4 sheets 130mm x 75mm of injection moulded styrene approximately 2mm thick, making them rigid enough to be self supporting.

Tactile Paviors

These sheets are invaluable for scratchbuilding, saving many hours of repetitive work creating the various surface patterns and textures. They are the same as those used in the Craftsman kits to make extension work easier. Each pack contains 4 sheets 130mm x 75mm of injection moulded styrene approximately 2mm thick, making them rigid enough to be self supporting.

BR Wagon Tarpaulin

OO Scale BR wagon tarpaulin, produced from a material that convincingly replicates the texture and look of canvas tarpaulins once commonly used on open wagons, to protect the contents underneath. Each product contains 8 tarpaulins.

GWR Wagon Tarpaulin

OO Scale GWR wagon tarpaulin, produced from a material that convincingly replicates the texture and look of canvas tarpaulins once commonly used on open wagons, to protect the contents underneath. Each product contains 8 tarpaulins.

LMS Wagon Tarpaulin

OO Scale LMS wagon tarpaulin, produced from a material that convincingly replicates the texture and look of canvas tarpaulins once commonly used on open wagons, to protect the contents underneath. Each product contains 8 tarpaulins.

LNER Wagon Tarpaulin

OO Scale LNER wagon tarpaulin, produced from a material that convincingly replicates the texture and look of canvas tarpaulins once commonly used on open wagons, to protect the contents underneath. Each product contains 8 tarpaulins.

SR Wagon Tarpaulin

OO Scale SR wagon tarpaulin, produced from a material that convincingly replicates the texture and look of canvas tarpaulins once commonly used on open wagons, to protect the contents underneath. Each product contains 8 tarpaulins.

British Railways 13 Ton Steel Body Hopper (LNER)

Over 2,600 of these wagons were built for use on British Railways, between 1949 and 1953. They became synonymous with the North East Region, where coal drop staithes were commonly provided in the station goods yard, so a bottom-discharge hopper was the obvious type to use. Although intended for transporting coal, in later life they became more nomadic around the UK and were used for carrying other materials such as stone and sand. The last examples lingered in service until the early 1980s.

OO-9 Lynton & Barnstaple 8 ton Bogie Goods Brake Van, Grey, No.5, Open Veranda

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 Lynton & Barnstaple 8 ton Bogie Goods Brake Van, Red, No.14, Open Veranda

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 Lynton & Barnstaple 8 ton Bogie Goods Brake Van, SR, Brown, No.50639, Closed Veranda

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.

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