LB & SCR Carriages

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LBSC/1 L.B.S.C.R. 4 wheel Passenger Brake Van
Beside the drawings available, very little is known about these vehicles and there is little photographic evidence. Some may have been built for different lines, as the body layout appears to differ in a number of cases. Some ended their days as grounded bodies, a fairly common occurrence for early railway vehicles. One, found in Fittleworth, Sussex, has now been preserved.The kit is etched in brass and includes a four wheel compensation system. A pre-formed plasticard roof is supplied and the axleboxes and gas lamp cover are whitemetal. Sprung buffers are included. The comprehensive instructions include the build dates and running number for the prototypes, four pages of assembly drawings and prototype elevations, as well as livery details.
£32.00
LBSC/2
LBSC2
L.B.S.C.R. 4 wheel Luggage Van
Similar in design to the Passenger Brake Van, but with two identical sets of luggage compartment doors and no guards compartment, this kit represents a prototype of the same era. A total of 50 were built between 1878 and 1890. Again very little prototype information is available, but this model provides a valuable addition to the range of kits for the early LBSCR modeller.The kit is etched in brass and includes a four wheel compensation system. A pre-formed plasticard roof is supplied and the axleboxes and gas lamp cover are whitemetal. Sprung buffers are included. The comprehensive instructions include the build dates and running number for the prototypes, four pages of assembly drawings and prototype elevations, as well as livery details.
£32.00