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LNER 12ton 6 Plank Open Wagon

Standard LNER open wagon for its first decade. Over 20,000 were built. An original Great Northern railway design, the LNER continued production at Doncaster and Darlington. Transfers for LNER and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

SR Standard Cattle Wagon

The Southern built 299 of these vans between 1930 and 1939. Many of these wagons lasted into the 1960s, despite the decline in livestock traffic. Transfers for SR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LNER Cattle Wagon -Vac Brake Fitted

Earlier wagons in this fleet were converted from 9-foot vehicles, but later ones were constructed on 10-foot chassis from the outset. All were on wooden chassis. Although cattle trade declined on the railways between the wars, many wagons lasted into the 1960s. Transfers for LNER and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

SR 25ton Goods Brake Van

Construction of this type began in 1929, lasting until 1933. They tended to be used on local and slow goods trains. After Nationalisation they migrated into the BR system, some lingering on into the 1970s and 1980s. Transfers for SR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

BR 12ton Insulated Fish Van

This is a well-known vehicle, derived from the final LNER Fish van design. BR built 1,000 of them. After fish traffic ended they were converted to Parcels Vans (SPV) and lasted into the 1980s. The kit allows both oil and roller bearing axle box versions to be built. Transfers for BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

SR Meat Van

The Southern built 100 of these vans between 1931 and 1934 to carry fresh meat from the West Country to principle markets in London and the Midlands. They lasted in service into the 1960s. The sliding doors made them quite unusual. Transfers for SR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

SR Banana Van

200 of these vans were built in 1935 and lasted into the 1960s. They were not confined to the Southern, and could therefore be found throughout Britain, especially as bananas were imported through a number of ports. Transfers for SR and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LMS Ventilated Van Steel Body

Built for the LMS in 1929-30, 1,000 in total being supplied. There were various detail differences, but this kit represents one of 150 built by Charles Roberts. Transfers for LMS and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LMS Ventilated Van Corrugated Ends

The LMS built 3,450 of these at Wolverton Works in 1929 – 1931. An early example of corrugated steel ends on a van. Lasted into the early 1960s. Transfers for LMS and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LMS Beer Van

100 vehicles built in 1929, featuring slated sides and ends to keep contents cool! Many worked between Burton On Trent and London St. Pancras. Lasted until 1960s. Transfers for LMS and BR.These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LMS 12ton Van

Built by the LMS, who produced over 2,500 in 1924 – 1926. Midland Railway design with 9-foot steel chassis. Lasted until the early 1960s. Transfers for LMS and BR. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LNER 4 Plank Open Goods Wagon

Although a late Victorian design, construction continued into the Great War. This batch built 1908-1916. Carried all types of traffic from iron castings to tarpaulined loads. Transfers for NBR and LNER. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LNER Standard Cattle Wagon

915 built by the LNER during the 1920s. This kit features the non-vacuum brake fitted version, with Morton brakes. Includes internal moveable partition. Withdrawn in the 1950s. Transfers for LNER. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

RCH 1923 Pattern 7 Plank Mineral Wagon

Specified by the Railway Clearing House as the standard medium capacity coal wagon. Dates from 1923 and has oil lubricated axle boxes. In service until the early 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LNER 8ton Goods Van

Dating from 1893 to 1903, some of these vans survived until Nationalisation. Being intended for general goods traffic they would have travelled across the whole network. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LNER Jubilee Coal Wagon

A classic late Victorian design (1887) widely used in Scotland until nationalisation. Built for private owners and the NBR. Some lasted into the BR period. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings, 3 link couplings and transfers. This kit is supplied with pre-coloured moulded parts although painting can improve the appearance. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LNER 20ton Brake Van Toad E

900 of these vans were built between 1930 and 1936. Seen all over the former LNER system, they lasted in service into the mid 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 10ton Banana Van

The GWR introduced a fleet of these vans (diagram Y4) in the early 1920s. These vans could still be seen in service into the 1950s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LMS Cattle Wagon

The LMS built 2050 of these wagons (diagram 1661) between 1923 and 1926. They lasted in use until the early 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 10ton Gunpowder Van

These gunpowder vans (diagram Z2) were built between 1913 and 1926 to carry gunpowder and other explosives. Examples lasted until around 1960. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 6ton Insulated Van

‘Mica B’ X7 These vans were built in 1921 - 1923 to carry fresh or chilled meat. Some vans were converted to TEVANS in the 1930s. Most survived into Nationalisation in 1948 and a few into the early 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers . Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 10ton Goods Van

10 ton Goods Van ‘Mink/Mink A’ V12, V14 and V16 Built between 1907 and 1927. Used for general goods traffic throughout the British railway system. In service until around 1960, later in departmental use. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

LNER Horse Box Wagon

30 of these horse boxes (diagram 5) were built by the LNER in 1938, mainly to carry racehorses to meetings throughout Britain. Many lasted into the early 1960s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

GWR 00 12ton China Clay Wagon

500 of these wagons (diagram O13) were built in 1913. Used for short run traffic in Cornwall and to carry china clay to potteries and paper mills. Final withdrawal took place in the late 1950s. These finely moulded plastic wagon kits come complete with pin point axle wheels and bearings. Glue and paint will be required, along with appropriate transfers. Additional parts to enable the vehicle to be modelled incorporating modifications made to the prototypes during their working life are included where appropriate.

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