Brake Vans, Wagons, Vans, Trucks and Horseboxes
|LNWRBV||L&NWR D16 four wheel 10T brake van.
This is an update of the kit previously supplied by D&S Models. New moulds have been produced from the D&S patterns to manufacture the cast whitemetal body components to a high standard. The etched components are entirely new. These are now in nickel silver and include an etched floor/w-iron unit with compensation. Other improvements include stronger footboard supports to withstand handling, etched truss rods and veranda partition. Wheels and couplings are required to complete the kit.
|NLRGBV||North London Railway 10T Brake Van. The kit is to the same specification to the LNWR 10T Brake Van||£20.00|
|LYBV1||L&Y 10T four wheel “Tin Tab” Brake Van. The L&Y built over 500 of these Brake Vans. The kit is mainly etched brass with w/m casting details. Formerly available under the D&S brand.||£22.00|
|LYBV2||L&Y 20T four wheel D61 Brake Van. Built later than the Tin Tab Brake Vans, the L&Y constructed 248 of these larger and heavier brakes between 1904 and 1914. The kit is etched brass with w/m casting details. Previously available under the D&S brand.||£24.00|
|LYBV3||L&Y 20T six wheel Brake Van. Previously available under the D&S brand.||£24.00|
|MRBV||MR 20T six wheel Brake Van. Previously available under the D&S brand.||£24.00|
|MRBBV||MR Ballast Brake Van. Previously available under the D&S brand.||£24.00|
|SEBV||SECR “Dancehall” Brake Van||£33.00|
|SRBV||SR 20T Brake Van (1920)||£27.50|
Wagons, Vans and Trucks
|LNWD12||LNWR D12 Single bolster dumb buffer wagon.
1653 of these single bolster timber dumb buffer wagons were built, commencing in 1870, with 1467 passing into LMS ownership. The kit consists of a resin cast body, with etched underframe components. The rotating bolster is cast white metal to provide weight.
|LNWD14||LNWR D14 Deal wagon
819 of these long wheelbase wagons were built from 1877 to carry sawn planks although they has a variety of uses. Some lasted in LMS ownership until at least the late 1940s. The kit consists of cast white metal body components with an etched floor and underframe parts, which includes compensation.
|LNWD77A||LNWR D77A 25 Ton Boiler Trolley bogie wagon
56′ 5″ long over the buffers, five of these bogie wagons were rebuilt from the earlier D77s between 1919 and 1923, lasting until the early 1950s.
|LNWD82||LNWR D82 Boiler Trolley bogie wagon
Believed to have been built about 1867, two of these short wheelbase bogie trolleys were built, measuring 46′ long over the buffers. They were withdrawn in 1909.
|LNWD96||LNWR D96 40T Trolley Bogie Well Wagon
38′ long, with a 18′ well, two of these General Trolley Wagons with 5′ 6″ wheelbase inside bearing bogies could negotiate 1-1/2 chain curves. Built in 1907, both lasted until 1951.
|LNWD97||LNWR D97 Platform Trolley bogie wagon.
40′ long, these bogie wagons had a flat platform and ran on robust plate 5′ 6″ bogies to carry 40 tons. Ten were built between 1907 and 1909 and were withdrawn between 1950 and 1955.
|LNWD105||LNWR D105 four wheel Trolley Well wagon
Built in 1911, these were 27′ long with a 18′ well, with 20 ton capacity. The LNWR built nine in 1911 and 1912 and they were withdrawn by BR between 1950 and 1956.
|LNWD106||LNWR D106 four wheel Chemical Pan wagon
20′ 6″ long with 15 ton capacity, three of these well wagons were built in 1910 -11. They lasted into BR ownership, scrapped between 1951 and 1955.
|LNWUF||Etched w-iron system for Ratio LNWR wagons – sprung, compensated or rigid options, for two wagons||£8.50|
|RRV||Rhymney Railway Covered Goods Van||£22.00|
|TVV||TVR/GWR 10T Covered Goods Van||£22.00|
|TVCCT||TVR Covered Carriage Truck||£22.00|
|LYCCT||L&Y 21′ D113 Covered Carriage Truck||£30.00|