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Parkside OO - 4-Wheel Milk Tank Wagon Kit

These kits have been transferred over to Parkside from the PECO "Wonderful Wagons" range, a long-standing favourite kit of modellers for many years. Back then these kits were pre-coloured and decorated, but we have overhauled the kits, added an NEM pocket (so modellers can easily fit a coupler of their choice - although the kit is supplied with a set of tension-lock couplers) and now supply the kits with either a set of milk company decals (PC91) or oil company decals (PC92). The decals provide a whole lot more detail than previously applied to the original pre-decorated kits.

Parkside OO - 4-Wheel Oil Tank Wagon Kit

These kits have been transferred over to Parkside from the PECO "Wonderful Wagons" range, a long-standing favourite kit of modellers for many years. Back then these kits were pre-coloured and decorated, but we have overhauled the kits, added an NEM pocket (so modellers can easily fit a coupler of their choice - although the kit is supplied with a set of tension-lock couplers) and now supply the kits with either a set of milk company decals (PC91) or oil company decals (PC92). The decals provide a whole lot more detail than previously applied to the original pre-decorated kits.

French Lozenge-style Tiles

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.

Gabion Cage 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.

Herringbone Block 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.

Bullhead OO Gauge Slip - Single

Bullhead track has been in use on the railways since the earliest times, and is still very much in evidence today. These superb turnouts give an authentic 00 scale look to your layout, and feature metal check rails and prototypical machined turnout blades.

Another feature of these turnouts is that both routes remain electrically live, making them ideal for DCC operation. They are constructed to our new versatile Unifrog design which can be operated, powered and switched like an Electrofrog or left unpowered if preferred.

Peco Streamline Code 75 track meets the standards of enthusiasts who prefer to run trains on scale height rail. Today most manufacturers' wheels are suitable for use on Code 75 track but some vintage models may have flanges which are too deep to clear the rail fixings. Code 75 can be easily combined with code 100 track by using the SL-113 Transition Track.

Bullhead OO Gauge Slip - Double

Bullhead track has been in use on the railways since the earliest times, and is still very much in evidence today. These superb turnouts give an authentic 00 scale look to your layout, and feature metal check rails and prototypical machined turnout blades.

Another feature of these turnouts is that both routes remain electrically live, making them ideal for DCC operation. They are constructed to our new versatile Unifrog design which can be operated, powered and switched like an Electrofrog or left unpowered if preferred.

Peco Streamline Code 75 track meets the standards of enthusiasts who prefer to run trains on scale height rail. Today most manufacturers' wheels are suitable for use on Code 75 track but some vintage models may have flanges which are too deep to clear the rail fixings. Code 75 can be easily combined with code 100 track by using the SL-113 Transition Track.

Bullhead OO Gauge Crossing

Bullhead track has been in use on the railways since the earliest times, and is still very much in evidence today. These superb turnouts give an authentic 00 scale look to your layout, and feature metal check rails and prototypical machined turnout blades.

Another feature of these turnouts is that both routes remain electrically live, making them ideal for DCC operation. They are constructed to our new versatile Unifrog design which can be operated, powered and switched like an Electrofrog or left unpowered if preferred.

Peco Streamline Code 75 track meets the standards of enthusiasts who prefer to run trains on scale height rail. Today most manufacturers' wheels are suitable for use on Code 75 track but some vintage models may have flanges which are too deep to clear the rail fixings. Code 75 can be easily combined with code 100 track by using the SL-113 Transition Track.

Snailbeach Hopper Wagon, SDR Grey

The Snailbeach District Railways system was located in Shropshire and was built to carry lead ore over a narrow gauge route with a gauge of 2ft 4 inches. The mines were located at Stiperstones and they transferred their ore to a connection with the Great Western Railway at Pontesbury.  A fleet of various hopper wagons was used to transport the ore and it is one of those wagons that is the subject of our new model. Opened in 1877 the railway was finally closed in 1959, latterly using tractors to move the hoppers after the end of steam.

Snailbeach Hopper Wagon, Unmarked Grey

The Snailbeach District Railways system was located in Shropshire and was built to carry lead ore over a narrow gauge route with a gauge of 2ft 4 inches. The mines were located at Stiperstones and they transferred their ore to a connection with the Great Western Railway at Pontesbury.  A fleet of various hopper wagons was used to transport the ore and it is one of those wagons that is the subject of our new model. Opened in 1877 the railway was finally closed in 1959, latterly using tractors to move the hoppers after the end of steam.

Snailbeach Hopper Wagon, Unmarked Brown

The Snailbeach District Railways system was located in Shropshire and was built to carry lead ore over a narrow gauge route with a gauge of 2ft 4 inches. The mines were located at Stiperstones and they transferred their ore to a connection with the Great Western Railway at Pontesbury.  A fleet of various hopper wagons was used to transport the ore and it is one of those wagons that is the subject of our new model. Opened in 1877 the railway was finally closed in 1959, latterly using tractors to move the hoppers after the end of steam.

OO-9 FR Quarryman Coach

From 1867 the Ffestiniog Railway used dedicated carriages to carry workmen to and from the slate quarries around Blaenau Ffestiniog. From 1885 to 1887, eighteen of what are now referred to as the ‘Type 3’ Quarrymen’s carriage were built featuring sprung axle boxes, one central door on each side and droplight windows. More of the same design were made to replace the older carriages and there were a total of thirty-six in the 1900s. Archive images show a significant number of these coaches being used to transport workers to the quarry site.

 

OO-9 FR Quarryman Coach, Green, Brake Coach (Single Balcony)

From 1867 the Ffestiniog Railway used dedicated carriages to carry workmen to and from the slate quarries around Blaenau Ffestiniog. From 1885 to 1887, eighteen of what are now referred to as the ‘Type 3’ Quarrymen’s carriage were built featuring sprung axle boxes, one central door on each side and droplight windows. More of the same design were made to replace the older carriages and there were a total of thirty-six in the 1900s. Archive images show a significant number of these coaches being used to transport workers to the quarry site.

 

OO-9 FR Quarryman Coach, Green, Brake Coach (Double Balcony)

From 1867 the Ffestiniog Railway used dedicated carriages to carry workmen to and from the slate quarries around Blaenau Ffestiniog. From 1885 to 1887, eighteen of what are now referred to as the ‘Type 3’ Quarrymen’s carriage were built featuring sprung axle boxes, one central door on each side and droplight windows. More of the same design were made to replace the older carriages and there were a total of thirty-six in the 1900s. Archive images show a significant number of these coaches being used to transport workers to the quarry site.

 

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