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BR Iron Ore Tippler, Unfitted Grey

Built in the 1950's these 35t GLW (Gross Laden Weight) wagons served the railways for many years transporting iron ore from British iron ore mines for steel production. As that traffic ended, so the wagons found plenty of other uses especially with the BR Civil Engineers department and many lasted into the 1980's as a result. This bauxite liveried example represents the wagon in its original brake-fitted condition, as opposed to the unbraked grey livery version, although to be fair it would never have been so clean! An ideal weathering project for the modeller! 

Produced from new tooling, fine moulded detail, sharp printing, free running metal-tyred wheels and removable couplers are the key features of our new models. But best of all, they represent excellent value for money when compared to the competition, and all made in the UK.

BR Iron Ore Tippler, Civil Engineers "Dutch"

Built in the 1950's these 35t GLW (Gross Laden Weight) wagons served the railways for many years transporting iron ore from British iron ore mines for steel production. As that traffic ended, so the wagons found plenty of other uses especially with the BR Civil Engineers department and many lasted into the 1980's as a result. This bauxite liveried example represents the wagon in its original brake-fitted condition, as opposed to the unbraked grey livery version, although to be fair it would never have been so clean! An ideal weathering project for the modeller! 

Produced from new tooling, fine moulded detail, sharp printing, free running metal-tyred wheels and removable couplers are the key features of our new models. But best of all, they represent excellent value for money when compared to the competition, and all made in the UK.

BR Iron Ore Tippler, Fitted, Bauxite

Built in the 1950's these 35t GLW (Gross Laden Weight) wagons served the railways for many years transporting iron ore from British iron ore mines for steel production. As that traffic ended, so the wagons found plenty of other uses especially with the BR Civil Engineers department and many lasted into the 1980's as a result. This bauxite liveried example represents the wagon in its original brake-fitted condition, as opposed to the unbraked grey livery version, although to be fair it would never have been so clean! An ideal weathering project for the modeller! 

Produced from new tooling, fine moulded detail, sharp printing, free running metal-tyred wheels and removable couplers are the key features of our new models. But best of all, they represent excellent value for money when compared to the competition, and all made in the UK.

BR 16 Ton Mineral (Coal) Wagon , Unfitted, Grey

The 16 Ton Mineral Wagon here is the basic unfitted coal wagon, so typical and common a sight on Britain's railways during the 1950s to 1980s. Now all gone with the demise of the coal industry. There would be rakes and rakes of these wagons trailing behind a locomotive throughout the UK, but most likely more so around the coalfields.

Produced from new tooling, fine moulded detail, sharp printing, free running metal-tyred wheels and removable couplers are the key features of our new models. But best of all, they represent excellent value for money when compared to the competition, and all made in the UK.

FR Short 'Bowsider' Bogie Coach - Early Preservation - Green 17

The four coaches in this group of vehicles were known as the 'Bowsiders' because of the shape of their sides, and were supplied by two builders in 1876 and 1879. Numbers 17 and 18 are the shorter coaches, delivered in 1876, and the two long coaches, numbers 19 and 20, arrived three years later in 1879. All four are in service on the Ffestiniog Railway today.
Our new models capture the subtle style of these coaches, with the 'bow' towards the bottom of the sides. The models feature very fine print detail too, including the Ffestiniog Railway company emblem. The livery is green with a cream trim around the upper half of the coach, and contrasting maroon end panels.
No. 17 wears this livery today. Fitted with metal-tyred wheels the coaches are lovely smooth runners.

FR Short 'Bowsider' Bogie Coach - Early Preservation - Green 18

The four coaches in this group of vehicles were known as the 'Bowsiders' because of the shape of their sides, and were supplied by two builders in 1876 and 1879. Numbers 17 and 18 are the shorter coaches, delivered in 1876, and the two long coaches, numbers 19 and 20, arrived three years later in 1879. All four are in service on the Ffestiniog Railway today.
Our new models capture the subtle style of these coaches, with the 'bow' towards the bottom of the sides. The models feature very fine print detail too, including the Ffestiniog Railway company emblem. The livery is green with a cream trim around the upper half of the coach, and contrasting maroon end panels.
No. 17 wears this livery today. Fitted with metal-tyred wheels the coaches are lovely smooth runners.

FR Short 'Bowsider' Bogie Coach - Early Preservation - Green 19

The four coaches in this group of vehicles were known as the 'Bowsiders' because of the shape of their sides, and were supplied by two builders in 1876 and 1879. Numbers 17 and 18 are the shorter coaches, delivered in 1876, and the two long coaches, numbers 19 and 20, arrived three years later in 1879. All four are in service on the Ffestiniog Railway today.
Our new models capture the subtle style of these coaches, with the 'bow' towards the bottom of the sides. The models feature very fine print detail too, including the Ffestiniog Railway company emblem. The livery is green with a cream trim around the upper half of the coach, and contrasting maroon end panels.
No. 17 wears this livery today. Fitted with metal-tyred wheels the coaches are lovely smooth runners.

FR Short 'Bowsider' Bogie Coach - Early Preservation - Green 20

The four coaches in this group of vehicles were known as the 'Bowsiders' because of the shape of their sides, and were supplied by two builders in 1876 and 1879. Numbers 17 and 18 are the shorter coaches, delivered in 1876, and the two long coaches, numbers 19 and 20, arrived three years later in 1879. All four are in service on the Ffestiniog Railway today.
Our new models capture the subtle style of these coaches, with the 'bow' towards the bottom of the sides. The models feature very fine print detail too, including the Ffestiniog Railway company emblem. The livery is green with a cream trim around the upper half of the coach, and contrasting maroon end panels.
No. 17 wears this livery today. Fitted with metal-tyred wheels the coaches are lovely smooth runners.

TT:120 7-Plank Open Wagon, GWR

The first items of ready-to-run rolling stock in TT:120 scale from PECO are now available, representing a mixture of the post-grouping companies, British Railways and the first three private owner liveries.
TT:120 is the first British "true-to-scale" scale - 1/120 scale models running on 1/120 scale/gauge track. 
These new 7-plank wagons feature the highest standard of manufacturing you would expect from PECO:
  • Fine plastic moulding with thinner¬†wagon body walls for accuracy.
  • Interior detail as well as a high-level of exterior detail
  • Separately-fitted brake lever.
  • Brake shoes¬†in line with the¬†wheels
  • Ultra-fine printing detail
  • Free-running metal-tyred wheels
  • Standard (removable) TT:120 coupler compatible with other TT:120 rolling stock on the market

TT:120 7-Plank Open Wagon, NE

The first items of ready-to-run rolling stock in TT:120 scale from PECO are now available, representing a mixture of the post-grouping companies, British Railways and the first three private owner liveries.
TT:120 is the first British "true-to-scale" scale - 1/120 scale models running on 1/120 scale/gauge track. 
These new 7-plank wagons feature the highest standard of manufacturing you would expect from PECO:
  • Fine plastic moulding with thinner¬†wagon body walls for accuracy.
  • Interior detail as well as a high-level of exterior detail
  • Separately-fitted brake lever.
  • Brake shoes¬†in line with the¬†wheels
  • Ultra-fine printing detail
  • Free-running metal-tyred wheels
  • Standard (removable) TT:120 coupler compatible with other TT:120 rolling stock on the market

TT:120 7-Plank Open Wagon, S

The first items of ready-to-run rolling stock in TT:120 scale from PECO are now available, representing a mixture of the post-grouping companies, British Railways and the first three private owner liveries.
TT:120 is the first British "true-to-scale" scale - 1/120 scale models running on 1/120 scale/gauge track. 
These new 7-plank wagons feature the highest standard of manufacturing you would expect from PECO:
  • Fine plastic moulding with thinner¬†wagon body walls for accuracy.
  • Interior detail as well as a high-level of exterior detail
  • Separately-fitted brake lever.
  • Brake shoes¬†in line with the¬†wheels
  • Ultra-fine printing detail
  • Free-running metal-tyred wheels
  • Standard (removable) TT:120 coupler compatible with other TT:120 rolling stock on the market

TT:120 7-Plank Open Wagon, LMS

The first items of ready-to-run rolling stock in TT:120 scale from PECO are now available, representing a mixture of the post-grouping companies, British Railways and the first three private owner liveries.
TT:120 is the first British "true-to-scale" scale - 1/120 scale models running on 1/120 scale/gauge track. 
These new 7-plank wagons feature the highest standard of manufacturing you would expect from PECO:
  • Fine plastic moulding with thinner¬†wagon body walls for accuracy.
  • Interior detail as well as a high-level of exterior detail
  • Separately-fitted brake lever.
  • Brake shoes¬†in line with the¬†wheels
  • Ultra-fine printing detail
  • Free-running metal-tyred wheels
  • Standard (removable) TT:120 coupler compatible with other TT:120 rolling stock on the market

TT:120 7-Plank Open Wagon, BR

The first items of ready-to-run rolling stock in TT:120 scale from PECO are now available, representing a mixture of the post-grouping companies, British Railways and the first three private owner liveries.
TT:120 is the first British "true-to-scale" scale - 1/120 scale models running on 1/120 scale/gauge track. 
These new 7-plank wagons feature the highest standard of manufacturing you would expect from PECO:
  • Fine plastic moulding with thinner¬†wagon body walls for accuracy.
  • Interior detail as well as a high-level of exterior detail
  • Separately-fitted brake lever.
  • Brake shoes¬†in line with the¬†wheels
  • Ultra-fine printing detail
  • Free-running metal-tyred wheels
  • Standard (removable) TT:120 coupler compatible with other TT:120 rolling stock on the market

TT:120 7-Plank Open Wagon, Colman's Mustard

The first items of ready-to-run rolling stock in TT:120 scale from PECO are now available, representing a mixture of the post-grouping companies, British Railways and the first three private owner liveries.
TT:120 is the first British "true-to-scale" scale - 1/120 scale models running on 1/120 scale/gauge track. 
These new 7-plank wagons feature the highest standard of manufacturing you would expect from PECO:
  • Fine plastic moulding with thinner¬†wagon body walls for accuracy.
  • Interior detail as well as a high-level of exterior detail
  • Separately-fitted brake lever.
  • Brake shoes¬†in line with the¬†wheels
  • Ultra-fine printing detail
  • Free-running metal-tyred wheels
  • Standard (removable) TT:120 coupler compatible with other TT:120 rolling stock on the market

TT:120 7-Plank Open Wagon, Huntley & Palmer

The first items of ready-to-run rolling stock in TT:120 scale from PECO are now available, representing a mixture of the post-grouping companies, British Railways and the first three private owner liveries.
TT:120 is the first British "true-to-scale" scale - 1/120 scale models running on 1/120 scale/gauge track. 
These new 7-plank wagons feature the highest standard of manufacturing you would expect from PECO:
  • Fine plastic moulding with thinner¬†wagon body walls for accuracy.
  • Interior detail as well as a high-level of exterior detail
  • Separately-fitted brake lever.
  • Brake shoes¬†in line with the¬†wheels
  • Ultra-fine printing detail
  • Free-running metal-tyred wheels
  • Standard (removable) TT:120 coupler compatible with other TT:120 rolling stock on the market

TT:120 7-Plank Open Wagon, Cadbury Bourneville

The first items of ready-to-run rolling stock in TT:120 scale from PECO are now available, representing a mixture of the post-grouping companies, British Railways and the first three private owner liveries.
TT:120 is the first British "true-to-scale" scale - 1/120 scale models running on 1/120 scale/gauge track. 
These new 7-plank wagons feature the highest standard of manufacturing you would expect from PECO:
  • Fine plastic moulding with thinner¬†wagon body walls for accuracy.
  • Interior detail as well as a high-level of exterior detail
  • Separately-fitted brake lever.
  • Brake shoes¬†in line with the¬†wheels
  • Ultra-fine printing detail
  • Free-running metal-tyred wheels
  • Standard (removable) TT:120 coupler compatible with other TT:120 rolling stock on the market

OO-9 Center Observation Coach Lynton und Barnstaple Livery Nr. 7

Diese fein detaillierten, fahrbereiten Waggons und Waggons sind genau dem rollenden Material der Lynton and Barnstaple Railway nachempfunden, sowohl als eigenständige Eisenbahn als auch nach deren Eingliederung in die Southern Railway im Jahr 1922. Sie sind für diese Modellbauer auch bemalt, aber unbeschriftet erhältlich die sie für den Einsatz auf anderen Linien anpassen möchten.

OO-9 Center Observation Coach Lynton und Barnstaple Livery Nr. 10

Diese fein detaillierten, fahrbereiten Waggons und Waggons sind genau dem rollenden Material der Lynton and Barnstaple Railway nachempfunden, sowohl als eigenständige Eisenbahn als auch nach deren Eingliederung in die Southern Railway im Jahr 1922. Sie sind für diese Modellbauer auch bemalt, aber unbeschriftet erhältlich die sie für den Einsatz auf anderen Linien anpassen möchten.

7-Plank Open Wagon, Huntley & Palmers, No. 24

Another new arrival into stock is this attractive 7 plank open wagon - Huntley & Palmers, based in Reading, Berkshire, was a well-known biscuit manufacturer that used these wagons to bring coal into their factory. Famous brand names sell model wagons, so you should do well with this one.

Being new tooling you can expect a step up on detail: crisply moulded parts, thinner walls to the body, correct 9 foot wheelbase, detachable couplings and metal-tyred wheels for free running.

OO-9 Kleine englische PECO/KATO-Lokomotive – „Prince“

Bewundern Sie die brandneue Ffestiniog Railway Small England 0-4-0ST+T-Lokomotive „Prince“, die gemeinsam von PECO und dem bekannten japanischen Modelleisenbahnhersteller Kato produziert wurde.

Ausgeführt als „Prinzessin“ Nr. 1 und „Prinz“ Nr. 2, beide in kastanienbrauner Lackierung mit historischem Ffestiniog-Eisenbahn-Design.

OO-9 Kleine englische PECO/KATO-Lokomotive – „Prince“

Bewundern Sie die brandneue Ffestiniog Railway Small England 0-4-0ST+T-Lokomotive „Prince“, die gemeinsam von PECO und dem bekannten japanischen Modelleisenbahnhersteller Kato produziert wurde.

Ausgeführt als „Prinzessin“ Nr. 1 und „Prinz“ Nr. 2, beide in kastanienbrauner Lackierung mit historischem Ffestiniog-Eisenbahn-Design.

OO-9 Kleine englische PECO/KATO-Lokomotive – „Prince“

Bewundern Sie die brandneue Ffestiniog Railway Small England 0-4-0ST+T-Lokomotive „Prince“, die gemeinsam von PECO und dem bekannten japanischen Modelleisenbahnhersteller Kato produziert wurde.

Ausgeführt als „Prinzessin“ Nr. 1 und „Prinz“ Nr. 2, beide in kastanienbrauner Lackierung mit historischem Ffestiniog-Eisenbahn-Design.

OO-9 Kleine englische PECO/KATO-Lokomotive – „Prince“

Bewundern Sie die brandneue Ffestiniog Railway Small England 0-4-0ST+T-Lokomotive „Prince“, die gemeinsam von PECO und dem bekannten japanischen Modelleisenbahnhersteller Kato produziert wurde.

Ausgeführt als „Prinzessin“ Nr. 1 und „Prinz“ Nr. 2, beide in kastanienbrauner Lackierung mit historischem Ffestiniog-Eisenbahn-Design.

CDA - DB Cargo Clay Hopper

Ganzzüge mit Spezialladungen sind ein Merkmal der modernen Eisenbahn. Alle Peco-Wagen verfügen über freilaufende Räder mit Steckachsen. Die ELC-Kupplung ist zwar mit den standardmäßigen N-Spur-Kupplungen kompatibel, hält jedoch einen realistischen Abstand zwischen Fahrzeugen und ermöglicht die Verwendung des elektromagnetischen Entkopplers PL-25 zum Fernentkuppeln.

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