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A wide range of small details from TV aerials, litter bins and bollards&mbsp;to station signs, ticket machines and depot equipment.
Until the 1960s urgent mail was collected and distributed in rural areas using lineside enchange traductors to transfer mailbags to and from a moving post office train.Mailbags were hung from arms, which held the bags close slongside the passing train, to be snatched up by a retractable folding net extended from the train. Drops were made from the train by a similar arm mechanism, from whcih the mailbags were collected by a similar lineside net.
This lineside accessory includes the delivery hanger arms, cacth net and a shelter for the local postman, protection from the weather and from flying debris kicked up by the fast mail train.
Pack of ten air-conditioner external condensor units. Ideal for detailing industrial and office buildings.
An ideal detail for modern houses.
Ideal details for lineside homes from the 1950s onwards.
A detailed model of a small platform trolley tractor unit.
Oil storage tanks contained within an enclosedÂ plastic wrapper bund. The plastic bund ensures that any spillage is contained should a leak develop in the storage tankÂ inside.
These tanks are now installed in locations where oil fired heating systems are used, eg. on isolated farms.
Typical of the lockable, wheeled waste skips used by small businesses all over the UK.
Pack of locomotive depot accessories.
Pack of 4 modern concrete platform benches.
Models of the BRUTE, British Rail Universal Trolley Equipment, a type of high sided cage type trolley used by British Rail for parcels and mails.The trolleys were designed to be able to be moved singly by hand, or in 'trains' hauled by a motored tractor and to fit into the standard BR utility vans. Thus a BRUTE could be filled with parcels for one destination and loaded into a train, with the trolley being reloaded into anther train if needed, avoiding the need to manually reload individual parcels.
Pack of 4 of the familiar yellow roadside grit boxes.These are now appearing at many railway stations for gritting platforms, bridges and foot crossings.Measures 10mm x 10mm x 10mm
Locking cycle cabinets are intsalled at many railway stations to provide secure storage for bicycles and promote cycling as a viable means of transport to and from the ralway station.Measures 32mm x 16mm x 22mm
Pack of 2 braziers.Braziers were used in many locations on the railways where it was essential that pipes did not freeze in winter. Almost every water tower and crane was provided with one of these braziers to keep the water in the pipes and tanks warm and ready to flow into steam locomotives.5mm x 5mm x 30mm
Coolant Trolleys (x4) 14mm x 10mm x 16mm
These sychonised lifting jacks are used in maintainance depots to lift locomotives and carriages smoothly and evenly.
Gas bottles mounted into a secure storage cage.
A pack of various walls and gates4.5mm x 16mm
Set of 4 metal station platform lamps
Set of railway station signs including double-arrows sign and timetable poster boards.
Measures 15mm x 5mm x 48mm
Wooden Post Yard Lamps (x2) 32mm x 14mm x 126mm
Straight Pavements (x4) 120mm x 20mm x 4mm
Corner Pavements and Drop Curbs 120mm x 20mm x 4mm
Memorial Dimensions28mm x 28mm x 52mm
The introduction of driver-only trains on many busy routes created a need for the driver to observe the rear portion of the train. Platform ends were fitted with CCTV monitors, usually just ahead of the point the drivers cab is expected to stop, showing images from cameras set along the platform.This set includes monitor and camera.