BR Wagons

Models of the thousands of traditional 4-wheel goods wagons operated and built by British Railways in the 1950s and 1960s Era 4-6
Based on diagram 1/479, two lots were built in Ashford by BR during 1961 - 1962. A Total of 1200 wagons.
Constructed to a modern design, on David & Lloyd bogies, this wagon was the shortest of the bogie bolster types at just over 32 feet in length. The reasoning behind equipping such a short vehicle with bogies was that a higher load could be carried due the increased axle count.
£26.95
MRP £29.95
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 106001)
Based on diagram 1/479 Two Lots were built in Ashford by BR during 1961 - 1962. A Total of 1200 wagons.
Constructed to a modern design, on David & Lloyd bogies, this wagon was the shortest of the bogie bolster types at just over 32 feet in length. The reasoning behind equipping such a short vehicle with bogies was that a higher load could be carried due the increased axle count.
This model carries the Y TOPS code for a wagon allocated to the engineering departments.
£26.95
MRP £29.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 106002)
Based on diagram 1/479, two lots were built in Ashford by BR during 1961 - 1962. A Total of 1200 wagons.
Constructed to a modern design, on David & Lloyd bogies, this wagon was the shortest of the bogie bolster types at just over 32 feet in length. The reasoning behind equipping such a short vehicle with bogies was that a higher load could be carried due the increased axle count.
This model carries the Y TOPS code and lettering for a wagon allocated to the signal and telegraph engineers.
£26.95
MRP £29.95
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 106003)
Based on diagram 1/479, two lots were built in Ashford by BR during 1961 - 1962. A Total of 1200 wagons.
Constructed to a modern design, on David & Lloyd bogies, this wagon was the shortest of the bogie bolster types at just over 32 feet in length. The reasoning behind equipping such a short vehicle with bogies was that a higher load could be carried due the increased axle count.
This model carries the Y TOPS code for a wagon allocated to the engineering departments.
£26.95
MRP £29.95
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 106004)
Based on diagram 1/479, two lots were built in Ashford by BR during 1961 - 1962. A Total of 1200 wagons.
Constructed to a modern design, on David & Lloyd bogies, this wagon was the shortest of the bogie bolster types at just over 32 feet in length. The reasoning behind equipping such a short vehicle with bogies was that a higher load could be carried due the increased axle count.
This model carries the Y TOPS code for a wagon allocated to the engineering departments.
£26.95
MRP £29.95
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 106005)
Bachmann 37-209 OO Gauge BR ex-Private Owner 8 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon Unpainted

Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-209 8 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon British Railways Rebuilt ex-Private Owner Wagon Unpainted Wood.
A detailed model of a 8 plank end door ex-private owner open wagon taken over by British Railways and rebuilt. Many of the early rebuilds were put into service with the wood body unpainted, as depiected on this model, though the lack of protection resulted in rapid deterioration of the planking and painting was resumed!
Era 4. 1948-1956

£20.95
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1
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(Product Ref 4930)

A good model of the BR single-planked lowfit wagon. These useful wagons could convey loads which required only a flat wagon to carry. This includes crated loads and road vehicles. These loads could easily be chained down, while the low sides ensured that any loose items like chain ends were retained within the wagon in transit.

Lowfit wagons were marked as unsuitable for carrying containers as they did not have the lashing rings fitted to purpose-built container flats, but railwaymen found that containers could just as easily be secured by ropes around the buffers.
Era 5

£16.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 82634)

Model of a GWR ventilated goods box van painted in the BR bauxite colours used for wagons fitted with vacuum train brake.

Eras 4-6

£22.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 56097)
An excellent model of the Southern design box van with plywood sides and the distinctive roof shape.

Era 4

£25.95
Warehouse: 1
Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1Next Warehouse Delivery: Nov 19
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(Product Ref 37483)
Bachmann Branchline 38-385 00 Gauge BR 12-Ton Fruit Van LNER Design BR Bauxite Finish
£19.95
MRP £21.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 82851)
Bachmann 38-452A OO Gauge BR 13 Ton Hyfit Steel Body Open Wagon with Sheet Rail BR Bauxite Late

A detailed model of the BR Hyfit vacuum brake fitted high sided open merchandise wagon fitted with a sheet supporter bar.
This model finished in the later BR bauxite livery and lettering.

£12.95
MRP £17.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 93460)

A detailed model of the early LMS standard design of goods brake van, a direct development of the last Midland Railway design. These vans were built with and without side lookout duckets, both styles remaining in service into the 1960s.

This model of a van with lookout duckets is painted in the British Railways goods grey livery.

£30.95
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 4822)
Bachmann 38-679 00 Gauge BR(W) Shunters Truck BR Black Margam Jn. Weathered Finish

A highly detailed model of the small GWR shunters trucks used to provide a place for the shunter to ride safely around goods yards, coupled to the shunting engine. The box and flat floor of the wagon provided storage space for tools and spares, including shunters poles, brake sticks, train tail lamps and spare couplings.

The Bachmann model has been designed to recreate several different designs of shunters trucks as the differences were mainly in detail design. Three versions have been displayed in Bachmanns' display cases covering designs with round turned type handrail knobs, straight angle-iron grab iron brackets and inward-angled angle-iron brackets.

This wagon is painted in the BR black livery lettered for use at the Margam Junction yard and completed with a weathered finish. This depot served the huge steel plant at Port Talbot along with the coal mines and other metal industries in the area.

Era 4 1948-1957

£18.95
Warehouse: 3
Bristol: 3, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 2, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 93448)
A new model of the War Department Warflat bogie flat wagon designed to convey heavy military vehicles during WW2.

This model is painted in post war British Army bronze green and supplied with a model tank load.

Era 4 1948-1956

£49.95
MRP £56.95
Warehouse: 1
Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 93418)
A new model of the War Department Warflat bogie flat wagon designed to convey heavy military vehicles during WW2.

This model is painted in British Railways wagon grey.

Era 5 1957-1966

£35.95
MRP £41.95
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1
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(Product Ref 93419)
Bachmann 38-750 OO Gauge 22 Ton STV Tube Wagon BR Bauxite (TOPS) Weathered Finish

A highly detailed model of the BR standard design of long tube wagon as running during the TOPS lettering ear from the mid-1970s. Painted in the later goods brown livery this model carries the TOPS panel and code STV.

This wagon type was originally designed in 1925 by the LMS for the carriage of long light loads. Batches were also built by the LNER and GWR. 
The first BR design was diagram 1/448, appearing from Darlington in 1954. This was similar to the LMS design but with the wheelbase and body length slightly increased. 2350 wagons were built to this design over the next seven years, all but the first 450 being vacuum braked from new.

These models have loads of great features, including spindle and OLEO buffer options, two types of axle box (both oil and HYBOX) and bodies with plain or battered floors. In addition, they also feature fixed axles and a close coupling device.
Era 4-5 1948-1966

£27.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 93452)

A highly detailed model of the BR standard design of long tube wagon painted in early style bauxite livery.

This wagon type was originally designed in 1925 by the LMS for the carriage of long light loads. Batches were also built by the LNER and GWR.
The first BR design was diagram 1/448, appearing from Darlington in 1954. This was similar to the LMS design but with the wheelbase and body length slightly increased. 2350 wagons were built to this design over the next seven years, all but the first 450 being vacuum braked from new.

These models have loads of great features, including spindle and OLEO buffer options, two types of axle box (both oil and HYBOX) and bodies with plain or battered floors. In addition, they also feature fixed axles and a close coupling device.

These very long tube wagons were used to transport steel products including bar and tube which are manufactured in long lengths. Round products often needed to be restrained while being transported, so these wagons had 5-plank sides, a central side door and damage resistant steel sheet ends.

Era 4 1948-1956

£27.95
MRP £37.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 93453)
Model with weathered finish.
A good model of these steel bodied vans which were specially built and fitted with secure doors for the transport of explosives. Originally this was principally gunpowder and frequently used to transport explosives for mines and quarries, this name was retained for use on these vans long after other explosives were developed.
During peacetime the cargoes included all kinds of explosives and potentially explosive material, plus ammunition deliveries for forces reserve and cadet units across Britain.
£12.20
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 56858)
Dapol B631A 00 Gauge BR 9-Plank 20-Ton Open Wagon

The return of the LNER style wooden 20-ton 9-plank open wagon. These long wheelbase wagons had two drop doors fitted each side, plus bottom hatch doors.

£9.75
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 52031)
Dapol B753 OO Gauge BR Fruit D Express Fruit Van W38129 BR Blue

GWR orders for the Fruit D express fruit van were still being delivered into the 1950s. These useful vans were widely used for express parcels the growing small consignments business.

Many of these relatively new vans were still in service when the change to blue livery occurred in the late 1960s/ early 1970s, the last examples surviving in service until about 1980, often travelling widely in parcels and engineers parts (ENPARTS) service.

This model painted in rail blue is ideal for the 1970s era, the twilight years of the Western regions' diesel hydraulic locomotive fleet, when many of these vans were used to transport spare parts from Swindon works to locomotive depots.

£18.51
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 102039)
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.
This model replicates wagon M360337, a warwell allocated to the LMS after the war and painted in the BR goods grey livery as a wagon in general goods service. These 50 ton capacity wagons with sloped ends were used to carry heavy road vehicles by end loading, while the depressed centre well allowed large metal castings to be loaded. Eras 4-6.
£33.00
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 106857)