BR Engineers Wagons

The varied fleet of engineering wagons are increasingly popular subjects for modelling
Bachmann Branchline 38-404A OO Gauge SR 25 Ton Pill Box Brake Van BR Departmental Weathered Finish

Sometimes known as Pill Box vans these guards brake vans were designed for the Southern Railway in the 1930s, showing the steady development from the short wheelbase brake vans of earlier years towards the familiar BR standard design of the 1950s. The longer wheelbase (distance between the axles) provided a better ride for the guard, also allowing an increase in the weight and therefore effectiveness of the hand brake. Side lookout duckets allowed the guard to keep an eye on the running of the train and to watch for signals which may need him to apply the brake to help bring the train to a halt.

This model is painted in the British Railways engineering department olive green livery.

£29.95
MRP £35.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 85312)

Model of Southern Railway crane 1561S as built in SR Black livery, but also suitable for 'twin' 1560S. Allocated around the London area, Guildford & Ashford (Feltham and Nine Elms for S1560). This crane is currently preserved at the Swanage Railway in Dorset.
Length 393mm.

£212.45
MRP £249.95
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1
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(Product Ref 82696)

This model represents BR122 in lined BR Early Emblem livery as based at Gorton on the Eastern Region. This crane was transferred to the Midland region at Newton heath and renumbered. The crane is preserved at the Bluebell Railway in Sussex.
Length 393mm.

£212.45
MRP £249.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 4928)
Dapol 4F-043-001 OO Gauge EWS Turbot bogie ballast wagon EWS maroon livery No.DB978363

Expected quarter 3 2018

A detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie open ballast wagons featuring a finely moulded body with many separately fitted details.

£24.95
Warehouse: 1
Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 32342)
EWS Turbot bogie ballast wagon EWS maroon livery No.DB978396
A detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie open ballast wagons featuring a finely moulded body with many separately fitted details.
£24.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 32343)
Dapol B742 00 Gauge BR Grampus Engineers Open Wagon Taunton Concrete

The BR engineers' Grampus is being produced for the first time as a ready-to-run model. This model is painted in the engineers olive green livery and lettered for return to the BR concrete works at Taunton. Many�concrete components were manufactured at Taunton�including fence posts, station platform components and edging slabs.

Engineering wagons have long been neglected, the�Grampus was one of the BR engineers principal open wagons.�Everything�that needed to be moved to a remote�worksite could be�loaded into Grampus wagons. Full drop sides allowed ballast and spoil to be unloaded easily, while the removable ends allowed long loads to be accomodated.

£12.00
MRP £14.85
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 69512)
Dapol B749C 00 Gauge BR DB991571 Grampus Engineers Open Wagon Dutch Style Livery

The BR engineers' Grampus is produced for the first time as a ready-to-run model. This version is one of four numbered models painted in the engineers grey and yellow Dutch style livery. 

Engineering wagons have long been neglected, the Grampus was one of the BR engineers principal open wagons. Everything that needed to be moved to a remote worksite could be loaded into Grampus wagons. Full drop sides allowed ballast and spoil to be unloaded easily, while the removable ends allowed long loads to be accomodated.

£13.50
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 74449)
Dapol B749D 00 Gauge BR DB991500 Grampus Engineers Open Wagon Dutch Style Livery

The BR engineers' Grampus produced for the first time as a ready-to-run model. This version is one of four numbered models painted in the engineers grey and yellow Dutch style livery. 

Engineering wagons have long been neglected, the Grampus was one of the BR engineers principal open wagons. Everything that needed to be moved to a remote worksite could be loaded into Grampus wagons. Full drop sides allowed ballast and spoil to be unloaded easily, while the removable ends allowed long loads to be accomodated.

£13.50
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 74450)
German snow plough builders Beilhack supplied several large plough blades to British Rail in the early 1980s, designed to be mounted directly on the headstock or bufferbeam of a locomotive. However this prevented the locomotive from being used in general service so BR later mounted the ploughs permanently to the substantial bogies from scrapped class 40 or 45 locomotives, suitably ballasted to allow their use as independent snow ploughs.
Snow plough ADB965576 was constructed using a class 40 bogie and is modelled in BR engineers yellow livery.
£43.00
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 106859)
German snow plough builders Beilhack supplied several large plough blades to British Rail in the early 1980s, designed to be mounted directly on the headstock or bufferbeam of a locomotive. However this prevented the locomotive from being used in general service so BR later mounted the ploughs permanently to the substantial bogies from scrapped class 40 or 45 locomotives, suitably ballasted to allow their use as independent snow ploughs.
Snow plough ADB965579, the 'Stratford Shark', was constructed using a class 40 bogie and is modelled in BR engineers yellow livery with shark mouth design on the plough blade.
£43.00
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1
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(Product Ref 106863)
German snow plough builders Beilhack supplied several large plough blades to British Rail in the early 1980s, designed to be mounted directly on the headstock or bufferbeam of a locomotive. However this prevented the locomotive from being used in general service so BR later mounted the ploughs permanently to the substantial bogies from scrapped class 40 or 45 locomotives, suitably ballasted to allow their use as independent snow ploughs.
Snow plough ADB966098 was constructed using a class 45 bogie and is modelled in BR engineers yellow livery with Network South East branding.
£43.00
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1
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(Product Ref 106867)
German snow plough builders Beilhack supplied several large plough blades to British Rail in the early 1980s, designed to be mounted directly on the headstock or bufferbeam of a locomotive. However this prevented the locomotive from being used in general service so BR later mounted the ploughs permanently to the substantial bogies from scrapped class 40 or 45 locomotives, suitably ballasted to allow their use as independent snow ploughs.
Snow plough ADB966099 was constructed using a class 45 bogie and is modelled in BR engineers yellow livery with Network South East branding.
£43.00
Warehouse: 1
Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 106868)
German snow plough builders Beilhack supplied several large plough blades to British Rail in the early 1980s, designed to be mounted directly on the headstock or bufferbeam of a locomotive. However this prevented the locomotive from being used in general service so BR later mounted the ploughs permanently to the substantial bogies from scrapped class 40 or 45 locomotives, suitably ballasted to allow their use as independent snow ploughs.
Snow plough ADB965578 was constructed using a class 40 bogie and is modelled in Network Rail black with yellow ends and plough blade.
£43.00
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 106862)
German snow plough builders Beilhack supplied several large plough blades to British Rail in the early 1980s, designed to be mounted directly on the headstock or bufferbeam of a locomotive. However this prevented the locomotive from being used in general service so BR later mounted the ploughs permanently to the substantial bogies from scrapped class 40 or 45 locomotives, suitably ballasted to allow their use as independent snow ploughs.
Snow plough ADB965579 was constructed using a class 40 bogie and is modelled in Network Rail black with yellow ends and plough blade.
£43.00
Warehouse: 1
Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 106864)
Hattons H4-FEAE-004 1/76 FEA-E Intermodal Wagon in Freightliner Green Livery with Track Panel Carriers
£50.00
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 108104)
Hattons H4-FEAS-005 1/76 FEA-E Intermodal Wagon GBRf / Metronet Yellow with Track Panel Carriers
£59.00
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 108109)
Rail Head Treatment Train 'Sandite' with 2 wagons and sandite modules
£118.00
Warehouse: 2
Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 108034)
Rail Head Treatment Train Water Jet with 2 wagons and water jetting modules
£118.00
Warehouse: 1
Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 108035)
Rail Head Treatment Train 'Water' wagon with 3 water modules to extend either RHTT pack to 3 wagons
£59.00
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 108036)
Rail Head Treatment Train 'Sandite' with 2 wagons and sandite modules Weathered
£126.00
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 108037)
Rail Head Treatment Train 'Water Jet' with 2 wagons and water jetting modules Weathered
£126.00
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 108038)
Rail Head Treatment Train 'Water' wagon with 3 water modules to extend either RHTT pack to 3 wagons Weathered
£63.00
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 108039)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
The 50 ton carrying capacity of the Warwell was put to use by the British Railways engineering departments top carry long and heavy loads. This model of wagon DW160819 is equipped with bolsters for carrying long steel section, girders or rail. These bolsters allowed standard length rails to be carried on one wagon or a train of these wagons could be formed to convey long welded rails. This wagon is finished in BR goods brown livery. Eras 5-7.
£37.00
Warehouse: 1
Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 106850)