BR Wagons

Wagons dating from the BR Steam era. Eras 4-6

A new and detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

£15.53
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(Product Ref 93582)
£15.95
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(Product Ref 83110)
Pack of three BR 4-wheel conflat container wagons with large BD type containers. These wagons have a weathered finish, replicating the appearance of wagons in service.

Era 4.
£41.60
MRP £48.95
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(Product Ref 3157)

New tooling has replaced the original Farish GWR 'Toad' brake van model, bringing the model up to the standards of new models.
This is a detailed model of the GWR standard long wheelbase brake van with the distinctive large verandah at one end. This model is painted in the early British Railways goods grey livery.

British Railways standard brake vans with the brake wheel inside the cabin replaced these ex-GWR vans in the 1950s, but the surplus GWR vans with a large cabin and enclosed verandah were eagerly adopted by the engineers, quickly finding new homes all across the network.

Eras 4-5. Length 56mm. NEM plug-in couplers.

£26.95
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(Product Ref 79615)

New tooling has replaced the original Farish GWR 'Toad' brake van model, bringing the model up to the standards of new models.
This is a detailed model of the GWR standard long wheelbase brake van with the distinctive large verandah at one end. This model is painted in the early British Railways goods grey livery.

British Railways standard brake vans with the brake wheel inside the cabin replaced these ex-GWR vans in the 1950s, but the surplus GWR vans with a large cabin and enclosed verandah were eagerly adopted by the engineers, quickly finding new homes all across the network.

Eras 4-5. Length 56mm. NEM plug-in couplers.

£25.95
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(Product Ref 107622)
Detailed N gauge model of the GWR standard design of goods train brake van finished in British Railways bauxite brown livery.
£25.95
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(Product Ref 79616)
An excellent new model of the BR standard design 20-ton guards brake van. These brake vans were seen on the rear of all goods trains until the mid-1970s when most goods trains were operating with automatic brakes on all wagons. A few guards brake vans are still in use, providing a safe riding vehicle for shunters and other railway staff.

Model painted in the early bauxite livery. Era 4.
£23.95
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(Product Ref 82607)
Graham Farish N BR 20 Ton Brake Van Engineers Grey & Yellow (Dutch) Weathered 377-529
£20.95
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(Product Ref 48734)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This grey painted hopper represents an example with hand brakes only.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
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(Product Ref 93578)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This bauxite liveried hopper is lettered for British Industrial Sand (BIS) and advertising Rockware glass. These wagons were still in use in the early 1980s being dedicated to carrying sand for glass manufacture.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
MRP £24.95
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(Product Ref 93579)

Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 377-775 BR 12-ton Pipe Wagon BR Engineers Olive Green

A new and detailed model of the BR standard design of 12-ton pipe wagon.

These wagons are longer than the standard 12-ton open wagons of the steam era, offering more internal space for the loading of bulky items. Two drop side doors allowed the entire length of the wagon to be accessed for mechanical loading, a great advantage as fork-lift trucks became common.

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(Product Ref 79600)

Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 377-776 BR 12-ton Pipe Wagon BR Bauxite (Early Lettering)

A new and detailed model of the BR standard design of 12-ton pipe wagon.

These wagons are longer than the standard 12-ton open wagons of the steam era, offering more internal space for the loading of bulky items. Two drop side doors allowed the entire length of the wagon to be accessed for mechanical loading, a great advantage as fork-lift trucks became common.

Era 4. 1948-1957

£19.95
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(Product Ref 616)
BR goods train brake van painted in bauxite brown livery.
The LNER introduced this design of goods train guard brake van in the late 1930s, the longer chassis wheelbase giving a much smoother ride than the previous shorter designs. The cabin length remained the same, being perfectly adequate for its' single passenger and for stowing the equipment required to be carried with the train. This design was adopted for the standard British Railways goods train brake vans built in the 1950s.

Railway companies all had a stock of their own vehicles for carrying goods and merchandise around their network, and also onto other companies' routes as and when required. These were integrated into British Railways at Nationalisation; some of them to be once more re liveried under sectorisation as the network was prepared to be returned to private ownership. All Peco wagons feature free running wheels in pin point axles. The ELC coupling, whilst compatible with the standard N gauge couplings, keeps a realistic distance between the vehicles and enables the PL-25 electro magnetic decoupler to be used for remote uncoupling.
£10.25
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(Product Ref 32063)
Model of a standard GWR design ventilated box van as running in British Railways ownership painted in bauxite brown livery.

Railway companies all had a stock of their own vehicles for carrying goods and merchandise around their network, and also onto other companies' routes as and when required. These were integrated into British Railways at Nationalisation; some of them to be once more re liveried under sectorisation as the network was prepared to be returned to private ownership. All Peco wagons feature free running wheels in pin point axles. The ELC coupling, whilst compatible with the standard N gauge couplings, keeps a realistic distance between the vehicles and enables the PL-25 electro magnetic decoupler to be used for remote uncoupling.
£8.65
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(Product Ref 32046)
A weateherd version of the Peco 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagon.
£9.00
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(Product Ref 72402)

Model of the British Railways international ferry open tube wagon painted in bauxite livery with a weathered finish.

These long wheelbase open wagons were built for international services via the train ferry connections to mainland Europe.

£8.75
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(Product Ref 24308)

Model announced 2013.

The LMS adopted the final design of Midland Railway guards' brake van as the companys' initial standard design. The cabin provided good accomodation for the guard with the handbrake standard in the centre of the van, easily and quickly accessible, and access verandhs at both ends made boarding easy.
While longer than ordinary goods wagons the short brake van did not ride well at the higher speeds which goods trains were attaining in the 1930s and this design was replaced by long wheelbase vans, but with several thousand of these brake vans in service many remained in us into the 1960s.

This model is painted in the early BR goods grey livery.

Eras 4-5 1948-1966

£19.95

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(Product Ref 63676)

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-777 BR 12-ton Pipe Wagon BR Bauxite (Later Lettering Style)

A new and detailed model of the BR standard design of 12-ton pipe wagon.

These wagons are longer than the standard 12-ton open wagons of the steam era, offering more internal space for the loading of bulky items. Two drop side doors allowed the entire length of the wagon to be accessed for mechanical loading, a great advantage as fork-lift trucks became common.

Era 5. 1957-1966

£19.95

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(Product Ref 61608)