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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.

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.

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.

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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