BR Coaches Corporate

British Rail Ears 6-8, 1968-1995

A pack of 2 of Bachmanns' detailed models of the BR Mk.2A first class brake coaches painted in the all-over blue scheme applied to vehicles in use with the engineering departments. These two are finished as HST barrier vehicles, used to allow conventional stock and locomotives to be coupled to HST coaches, which have centre couplers only. Mk.2 stock was provided with both centre couplers and conventional side buffers as fitted to locomotives. Guards' brake coaches were usually chosen for use as barrier coaches as both a guards office and hand brake for securing the train in sidings were already fitted.

£76.45
MRP £89.95
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(Product Ref 82707)
Bachmann Branchline 39-025G 00 Gauge BR Mk1 SK Second Class Side Corridor Coach Blue & Grey Livery

The BR Mk.1 coach was designed in the early 1950s the design has been in service ever since, outlasting BR in mainline service, with several still in use on charter trains, plus providing the backbone passenger stock for many heritage railways.

This model is of the second class side corridor coach, the most numerous type built, painted in the BR corporate blue and grey livery.

£38.25
MRP £48.95
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(Product Ref 82557)
An excellent model of the BR unclassified restaurant coach in the corporate blue and grey livery.

These coaches remained in mainline express trains for many years after the standard coaches were relegated to secondary services, as no buffet cars were built to match the Mk2 stock of the late 1960s and 70s. The RU design was equiped with a large kitchen able to provide full meal service when required and many were equiped with a buffet serving hatch for customers requiring tea/coffee and snacks.

Eras 6-7.

£42.95
MRP £48.95
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(Product Ref 22782)
Bachmann Branchline 39-686 OO Gauge BR Mk.2F RFB Air Conditioned First Class Buffet Coach InterCity Livery

New and detailed models of the BR air conditioned express passenger stock built from the early 1970s. BR was one of the first European railways to offer air conditioned accommodation as standard on principal services.
£52.50
MRP £59.95
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(Product Ref 5163)
Bachmann Branchline 39-426 00 Gauge BR Mk.1 POS Royal Mail Travelling Sorting Van with Nets Blue & Grey Livery

A highly detailed model of the British Railways Mk.1 series of travelling post office sorting vans, built in the 1950s to re-equip the Royal Mail travelling post office trains.

This model represents the early guise of these coaches, painted in the BR corporate blue and grey livery and fitted with a catch net, allowing the train to collect mail bags from lineside aparatus while travelling at speed.

Eras 6-7 1967-1982

£50.96
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(Product Ref 7177)
Bachmann Branchline 39-750 OO Gauge BR Mk.1 Post Office stowage van code POT. Post Office red livery with EWS branding.

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Travelling Post Office trains were formed with two types of special TPO vehicles, designed to ensure the secure transport of the mail and sorting while on the move. The obvious sorting vans, type POS (for Sorting) have already been produced by Bachmann, this model is of the second type, the stowage van, which was originally known by the post office as a Tender, hence the POT designation. These vans were used to store mail in bags, initially unsorted mail, but steadily replaced by sorted mail as bags were filled in the sorting vans.
The coaches had wide doorways with recesses on each side. Originally these would have accommodated the arms for dropping mail from the moving train. Using the side doors on the stowage van was preferable as the inrush of cold air would not then affect the majority of the crew in the sorting vehicles.

The introduction of this model allows model TPO trains to be formed up with an appropriate selection of vehicles comprising sorting, stowage and general service parcels vans in matching liveries.

This model is painted in the Post Office red livery, as preserved.
Era 9 1995 onwards. Matches sorting vans 39-430 & 39-435 and parcels vans 39-181 & 39-275
£47.50
MRP £54.95
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(Product Ref 29589)
Oxford Rail OR763FO005B OO Gauge Scotrail Livery MK3A TSO No.12014 and No.12030 Twin Pack
£72.99
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(Product Ref 108739)
A very interesting coach pack from Bachmann featuring a BR Mk.2A TSO touriset second open class coach plus an ex-DMU driving trailer coach, in service as an observation saloon. These coaches carry the green and cream livery applied to coaches being used on the Highlander tourist train service along the West Highland line between Fort William and Mallaig. Era 8. 1982-1994
£118.95
MRP £139.95

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(Product Ref 63858)
Bachmann Branchline 39-528 OO Gauge Southern CCT Covered Carriage Truck Britsh Rail Blue Livery.

A finely detailed model of the Southern Railway 4-wheel passenger luggage van. These were a standard Southern design, originally created for the SECR, with examples still being built in the early 1950s.

This model is painted in the BR corporate blue livery and completed with a weathered finish.

Era 3
£35.00
MRP £41.95

Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 4773)
Bachmann Branchline 39-003 OO Gauge BR Mk.1 Network SouthEast Coach Pack comprising One SK Second Class Corridor Coach and One BSK Brake Second Class Corridor Coach. BR Blue & Grey Livery with NSE Flash Logos

This coach pack is being produced as part of Bachmanns' range of models marking the 30th anniversary of the creation of the Network SouthEast brand for train services around London and the home counties.
A fleet of BR mark 1 coaches was still in operation in the mid 1980s deployed to may secondary medium to long distance trains. These trains included 'outer suburban' commuter services between London and Oxford, Birmingham via Banbury and into East Anglia which were taken into the Network SouthEast system.
Typical traction on these services included class 47 and 50 locomotives, with class 86 electric locomotives on electrified routes. Era 8. 1982-1994

£89.20
MRP £99.95

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(Product Ref 2788)
The branding of rolling stock used on internal services within Scotland was one of the first examples of sector individuality under British Rail. The use of the ScotRail brand provided a good identification and marketing tool for the scenic highland routes, which attracted significant tourist tarffic.
During the early 1980s the fleet of BR mark 1 coaches provided the backbone of non-express services and this type of coach was standard on the highland line routes. This pack provides two coaches and the basic core for a train formation to the farthest reaches of the British Rail network, where 2-coach and even mixed trains with goods wagons and passenger coaches remained common in the 1980s.
Typical traction on these routes included class 25, 26, 27, 37 and 37/4 locomotives. Era 8. 1982-1994
£89.20
MRP £99.95

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(Product Ref 48403)

The BR Mk.1 coach was designed in the early 1950s the design has been in service ever since, outlasting BR in mainline service, with several still in use on charter trains, plus providing the backbone passenger stock for many heritage railways.

This model is of the second class side corridor coach, the most numerous type built, painted in the BR corporate blue and grey livery.

£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 2596)
£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 42571)
Bachmann Branchline 39-125C OO Gauge BR Mk.1 CK Corridor Composite Coach BR Blue & Grey Livery

Bachmanns BR Mk.1 coaches are the best models yet of these popular coaches. Familiar to enthusiasts everywhere hundreds of these coaches are still in service on tour train sets and heritage railways.

This is a model of the composite side corridor design, with four first class and three second class compartments. the CK type oach was often used to provide first class accomodation on short 4-5 coach cross-country trains, ideal for many model railways.

Painted in the BR blue and grey livery used from the late 1960s onwards, Eras 6-7.

£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 82566)
Bachmann Branchline 39-225A OO Gauge BR Mk.1 BCK Brake Corridor Composite Coach BR Blue & Grey Livery.

A detailed model of the BR mark 1 composite brake coach painted in the corporate blue and grey livery

These brake composite coaches were very useful in short train formations, combining accomodation for first and second class passengers plus an office for the guard and small luggage stowage area into one coach. BCK coaches were used as 'through coaches' for many years and even in the 1980s some of these coaches were kept at locations where trains regularly divided to provide a guard or first class accomodation if one portion of the train would lack these facilities. Era 6-7 1967-1982

£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 48425)

Bachmann Branchline OO 39-242 BR Mk1 FO First Open Blue & Grey

An excellent model of the BR Mk.1 design first class open plan seating coach.
Many of these coaches were built to provide seating coaches to operate with a kitchen car, while standard first class coaches retained seating compartments. As demand for full meal service declined in the 1960s these coaches were redeployed as general service first class coaches.
Businessmen found the tables useful to get some work done while travelling, leading to an increasing acceptance of the open plan seating arrangement for first class accomodation.

Eras 6-7

£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 21745)

A detailed model of the extra-long LNER design 4-wheel CCT carriage truck type general utility van. These passenger rated vehicles were used for parcels and carrying large items such as motor cars and theatrical scenery loaded through the full-height, full-width end doors.

£21.99

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(Product Ref 25886)
This type of coach was designed in the early 1950s. This model is a first class side corridor type coach painted in the corporate blue & grey livery introduced from the late 1960s.


Eras 6-7

£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 7373)
A very good model of the LMS 50-foot long gangwayed parcels brake van painted in the LMS crimson lake livery. These vehicles were seen all over the railway network.
Era 6
£34.99
MRP £37.95

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(Product Ref 107490)
Bachmann Branchline 39-264A 00 Gauge BR MkI RMB Miniature Buffet Car Blue/Grey Livery

A very nice model of the Minature Buffet car. These coaches have a small buffet counter and food storage area near the centre, able to serve basic food and refreshments. Bachmann's model features the smooth riding commonwealth cast steel bogie and the extensive water supply piping on the roof. NEM pockets are used to permit tension-lock of bar type couplers to be fitted.

The blue and grey livery was trialed in the mid-1960's and steadily replaced earlier liveries by the early 1970's.

£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 58256)
The RMB buffet coach was one of the most successful buffet car designs from the BR era.

These coaches were based on the standard TSO open second class coach, one half of the bodyshell fitted out with a small buffet counter able to supply hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and snacks, a growing preference among travellers from the 1960s. A circulating area outside the buffet allowed passengers to pass the counter and return to eat and drink at their seats elsewhere in the train.

These coaches were used on many cross-country and medium-distance trains, providing a basic buffet service without a large kitchen using up passenger seating space. This model is finished in the Network SouthEast livery, recreating the buffet coaches used on NSE services to Oxford and the West of England.

Era 8, 1982-1994

£42.95
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(Product Ref 37502)
Bachmann Branchline 39-503 00 Gauge BR Mk.1 SLSTP Sleeper Coach Blue & Grey Livery InterCity Branding

Newly announced model of the BR Mk.1 sleeper car classified SLSTP, standing for SLeeper, Second class Twin berth with Pantry (attendant's office).

These were the usual second class sleeping cars used on overnight sleeper trains, having twin (upper and lower) berths to accomodate two passengers in each compartment. A compartment was provided at one end of the attendant with facilities to supply tea, coffee etc. to the passengers.

£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 4769)
Featuring neatly fitted flush glazing and many separate parts including underframe equipement and brake push rods Bachmann have produced an excellent model of the BR mark 2 coach.

Initially allocated to major InterCity trains the arrival of air-conditioned versions of the mark 2 coach displaced the earlier types into the general service pool.

£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 37523)
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-250A BR RFO Restaurant First Open Coach BR Blue & Grey Livery

When the mark 1 coach fleet was being planned there a return to pre-WW2 on-train dining requirements was anticipated and a number of coaches were built to provide seating capacity for diners. These coaches generally had fewer seats than the standard first and standard class designs, making space for waiters to move easily along the car.

This model recreates one of the first class dining saloon coaches, codes RFO, as running in the corporate blue and grey livery of the 1970s, when a few of these cars were still used on premier services and often found on race day specials.
Eras 6-7, 1967-1982
£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 48428)
Bachmann Branchline 39-410 00 Gauge BR Mk2A BFK Brake Corridor First Coach Blue and Grey Livery
£42.95
MRP £48.95

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(Product Ref 37541)
Hornby BR MK1 First Open Chocolate & Cream W3090
£39.99

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(Product Ref 37521)