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OO-9 Composite 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 Composite Coach Lynton and Barnstaple Livery No 6

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 Composite Coach Lynton and Barnstaple Livery No 5

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 V-Skip Hudson Ruggas, Grey

The V-skip wagon was a ubiquitous vehicle on narrow gauge lines, used for carrying raw materials such as coal, stone and chalk to where it was needed or to be transferred to a standard gauge wagon. Our ready to run model is available in a pack of 3, in either brown or grey.

OO-9 V-Skips Hudson Rugga, Brown

The V-skip wagon was a ubiquitous vehicle on narrow gauge lines, used for carrying raw materials such as coal, stone and chalk to where it was needed or to be transferred to a standard gauge wagon. Our ready to run model is available in a pack of 3, in either brown or grey.

OO-9 4 Wheel Wagon - Bolster

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 4 Wheel Wagon - Flat

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 Bogie Open Wagon SR Livery No. 28313

Wagon 22 was an open bogie vehicle of 8 ton capacity, built at the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway’s workshop at Pilton in 1903 to complement the existing fleet, which included a number of similar vehicles built by Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works. The LandBR had no regular freight workings, and goods vehicles were added to passenger trains as required. They were all fitted with vacuum brakes to allow them to be marshalled between the loco and coaches, and negate the need for a separate goods brakevan. Freight moved on the LandBR included coal, ballast, farm machinery, hay and even manure! From new all freight vehicles were painted light grey with black ironwork. Under Southern Railway ownership the wagons were repainted standard SR brown, and number 22 became SR number 28313. Our model faithfully represents this particular vehicle, with careful attention being paid to details in the livery, plus separately-fitted brake levers and vacuum brake pipes. As with all of our previous models in this scale, they are free running and complete with couplings, which plug into the integral NEM pocket.

OO-9 Bogie Open Wagon L and B Livery No. 22

Wagon 22 was an open bogie vehicle of 8 ton capacity, built at the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway’s workshop at Pilton in 1903 to complement the existing fleet, which included a number of similar vehicles built by Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works. The LandBR had no regular freight workings, and goods vehicles were added to passenger trains as required. They were all fitted with vacuum brakes to allow them to be marshalled between the loco and coaches, and negate the need for a separate goods brakevan. Freight moved on the LandBR included coal, ballast, farm machinery, hay and even manure! From new all freight vehicles were painted light grey with black ironwork. Under Southern Railway ownership the wagons were repainted standard SR brown, and number 22 became SR number 28313. Our model faithfully represents this particular vehicle, with careful attention being paid to details in the livery, plus separately-fitted brake levers and vacuum brake pipes. As with all of our previous models in this scale, they are free running and complete with couplings, which plug into the integral NEM pocket.

OO-9 Box Van Unlettered Brown

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 Box Van SR Livery No. 47040

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 Box Van SR Livery No 47038

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 Box Van SR Livery No 47037

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 Box Van Unlettered Grey

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 Box Van Lynton and Barnstaple Livery No 6

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 Box Van Lynton and Barnstaple Livery No 4

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 Box Van Lynton and Barnstaple Livery No 7

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 Open Wagon Brown Unlettered

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 Open Wagon SR Livery No 28306

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 Open Wagon SR Livery No 28304

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 Open Wagon SR Livery No 28308

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 Open Wagon Grey Unlettered

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 Open Wagon Lynton and Barnstaple Livery No 8

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 Open Wagon Lynton and Barnstaple Livery No 1

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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