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Bolster Set

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LNER 12ton Fruit Van

500 of these vans were built in the 1930s, for the substantial LNER fruit traffic, originating mainly from East Anglia, as well as Harwich, Hull and Leith. They might have also been used for general traffic outside of the growing season, and 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.

LNER 12ton Goods Van

2,167 of these vans were built in the 1930s for general goods traffic. They retained a wooden chassis, unusual for a 10-foot wheelbase chassis. After 1937 they were used throughout Britain. Substantially built they 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.

LMS 20ton Goods Brake Van

Developed from a Midland Railway design, 950 of these vans were built between 1927 and 1931. After Nationalisation their use spread to other areas of BR, especially the Eastern Region. A few lasted into the 1990s. 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.

BR 16ton Mineral Wagon

6,000 were built at the end of the Second World War for service in France. They returned to the UK later in the 1950s and remained in use into the 1960s. Many were then sold into private industry use. 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.

GWR 12ton Covered Goods Wagon

Plywood body construction came about as a result of a shortage of wooden planks at the end of the last war. A total of 1,100 vans were built, 350 with only a hand brake (diagram V37), which eventually had vacuum brakes retro-fitted. They lasted into the 1970s. Transfers for GWR 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 Pipe Wagon

These wagons were designed to carry heavy cast iron or steel pipes for water and drainage works. This kit represents one of 350 built in 1955. Withdrawn between late 70s and early 80s. Transfers for early and post-TOPS 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 21ton Mineral Wagon

1,500 examples built 1950 – 1951, mainly for the transport of coal. Widely used and lasted until the 1980s. Transfers for early and post-TOPS 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 Horse Box Wagon

Just 30 of these horseboxes were built, all in 1938, mainly to carry racehorses. They included lavatories for the travelling grooms. Many 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.

LNER 20ton Hopper Wagon

13,645 of these hoppers were built, this kit representing one from the first batch of 409 built in 1936. Featuring riveted construction and LNER brake gear, many lasted into the 1970s. 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.

GWR Horse Box Wagon

300 of these vehicles were built in the 1920s, lasting into the 1950s and 60s. They were used to carry horses to racecourses and stables, often marshalled into passenger and parcels trains. Transfers for GWR 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 21ton Coal Hopper Wagon

16,800 of these wagons were constructed in the 1950s. They were widely used throughout the North East for the transport of coal. Roller bearing axle boxes were applied to some in the 1960s, options for which are in the kit, and lasted until the 1980s. Transfers for early, late and post-TOPS 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.

GWR Beetle Prize Cattle Wagon

Introduced to carry valuable cattle with their attendants, they were mainly seen on passenger trains until 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.

BR Conflat Container Wagon

‘Conflat A’ Container Wagon with BD container (diagram 3/050) 4500 were built in 1955/56 purely to carry containers. The BD was the most common general merchandise container on BR. Over 9000 were built to this diagram.
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 Mink Goods Van

(Diagram V22) Introduced in 1931 to carry express goods traffic between the main stations on the GWR system. One hundred were built and lasted in service until the 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.

Wagon Loads, Ore

Pack of 3 for Hornby (TM) wagons.

Wagon Loads, Lime

Pack of 3 for Hornby (TM) wagons.

Wagon Loads, Coal

Pack of 3 for Hornby (TM) wagons.

GWR 4 Wheel Coach Kit

These coaches were constructed between 1890 and 1902 for rural duties, but lasted up until the 1950's on workmen's trains and the like. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.

GWR 12ton Motor Car Van

Similar to diagram G31, these wagons were built in 1946 and 1947, but with a plywood body. They lasted into the 1960s. Transfers for GWR 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.

GWR 12ton Motor Car Van

350 of these were built between 1933 and 1936. Their telegraphic code was MOGO. The main traffic was from Morris Cowley, but might also have been used for general merchandise. All were withdrawn in the 1960s. Transfers for GWR 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 16ton Mineral Wagon

The sloped sided design evolved from pre-1939 private owner wagons built by Chas. Roberts and Co. After the liberation of France 2,500 were shipped over there, 1,900 later returning. Around 10,000 were in stock with BR, with withdrawal taking place in the 1960s. Some ended up private industry use. 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.

BR 16ton Mineral Wagon

The definitive BR standard mineral wagon produced in vast quantities during the 1950s, and used well in to the 1980s, carrying coal, scrap metal and many different minerals. Parts included for Instanter couplings and double brake gear. Transfers for early, late and post-TOPS 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.

GWR 12ton Covered Goods Wagon

Dia. V24: hand brake only (1933 – 1943); V23: vacuum brakes (1933 - 1941); V26, known as ‘PARTO’ was as a V23 with internal partitions (1935 – 1939). Many lasted into the 1970s. Transfers for GWR 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 12ton Goods Van

This design was used during the LNER’s first decade. It had a wooden chassis (unusual by then). Most without vacuum brakes. Lasted into the early 1960’s. Transfers for LNER and BR 1950s. 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 16ton Mineral Wagon

About 8000 were built in 1944-1947, almost 2000 of which worked in France until repatriated in the early 1950s. Most survived until the mid 1960s, as BR diagram 1/100. 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.

BR 16ton Mineral Wagon

(French type) Introduced in 1946, 7000 of these wagons were supplied to France and returned to BR in 1950-1952, where they lasted until 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.

BR 16ton Mineral Wagon

16 ton Mineral Wagon, Non Vacuum Fitted (diagram 1/108) Over 206,000 of these all steel, welded body wagons equipped with hand brakes only were built in the 1950s. They lasted in large numbers until the late 1980s. 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 48 feet Suburban Coach Kit

These non-corridor coaches were built between 1903 and 1910 by the Midland Railway. They were used as close coupled sets for suburban services in the Manchester and Birmingham areas, remaining in service until the early 1950's. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.

LMS 48 feet Suburban Coach Kit

These non-corridor coaches were built between 1903 and 1910 by the Midland Railway. They were used as close coupled sets for suburban services in the Manchester and Birmingham areas, remaining in service until the early 1950's. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.

LMS 48 feet Suburban Coach Kit

These non-corridor coaches were built between 1903 and 1910 by the Midland Railway. They were used as close coupled sets for suburban services in the Manchester and Birmingham areas, remaining in service until the early 1950's. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.

LMS 48 feet Suburban Coach Kit

These non-corridor coaches were built between 1903 and 1910 by the Midland Railway. They were used as close coupled sets for suburban services in the Manchester and Birmingham areas, remaining in service until the early 1950's. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.

Torpedo Ventilators Oval

Pack of 12. 0 Gauge Kit and scratch builders accessory.

Coal Loads for 16ton Mineral Wagon

Pack of 3 0 Gauge coal loads suitable for Parkside PS30/31 and 32; also Peco W-607 Wagon kits.

3 Link Instanter Couplings, Hooks, Springs

Kit and Scratch builder's accessory. Pack contains sufficient parts for 2 pairs of Couplings. The "Instanter" coupling is a development of the standard 3 link coupling. The middle link of the chain is specially shaped so that when lying flat it provides enough slack to make coupling possible, but when this middle link is rotated 90 degrees the length of the chain is effectively shortened, reducing the amount of slack to provide closer coupling, to allow the use of train brake pipes without the need to wind a screw. It can also be coupled from the side of the wagons using a shunter's pole; much safer than having to go between vehicles when coupling them together.

Sprung SR Brake Van Buffers

Kit and Scratch builder's accessory. Pack contains sufficient parts for 4 Buffers

Sprung Wagon Buffers NB Style

Kit and Scratch builder's accessory. Pack contains sufficient parts for 4 Buffers

Banana and Meat Van Transfers (Waterslide)

Transfers (Waterslide) SR/BR (from kits PS100-101)

Sprung LMS Brake Van Buffers

Kit and Scratch builder's accessory. Pack contains sufficient parts for 4 Buffers

Sprung Wagon Buffers

Kit and Scratch builder's accessory. Pack contains sufficient parts for 4 Buffers

Black Background Transfers (Waterslide)

Transfers (Waterslide) Black Background Patches (Pack of 5)

B' Container Transfers (Pressfix) GWR/BR

Transfers (Pressfix) GWR/BR 'B' Container (from kit PS39)

GWR/BR ‘B’ Container

Period Transfers included. A Conflat, road vehicle load, or as a scenic accessory for the Goods Yard.

16 Ton Mineral Wagon Transfers (Waterslide)

Transfers (Waterslide) GWR/BR from Kits PS30-32)

GWR/BR Box and Fruit Van Transfers (Waterslide)

Transfers (Waterslide) GWR/BR (from Kits PS26-29)

GWR/BR Open and Box VanTransfers (Waterslide)

Transfers (Waterslide) GWR/BR (from Kits PS23-24)

Plate, Double Bolster and Trestle Wagon Transfers:

LNER/LMS/BR Wagon Transfers: Plate, Double Bolster and Trestle (from kits PS19/20 and 21).

Meat Van Transfers

Meat Van Transfers: Early LMS and BR periods (from kit PS18)

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