British Rail Wagons Eras 6-7

Wagons for the BR blue diesel era
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
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 93452)
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
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(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
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(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)
BR grey livery 21 ton steel body 21 ton mineral and coal wagon.
£16.99
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 47507)
Model of British Railways standard design goods train brake van B954812 in later condition equipped for service with air braked trains and painted in an unusual green livery with Speedlink logos.
£21.99
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Plymouth: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 111003)
Bachmann 38-270A OO Gauge Blue Circle Cement 22-Ton Presflo Bulk Cement Wagon B888723

An excellent model of the BR Presflo pressure discharge hopper wagon painted in the standard BR bauxite goods wagon livery. This model of B888723 carries a placard displaying the distinctive circular Blue Circle cement logo.

£28.95

Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 26644)
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

Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 106006)
Oxford Rail OR76CAR001 OO Gauge BR Bogie Carflat ex-LMS Chassis Bauxite Weathered Finish

BR Carflat wagons were built between 1959 and 1975. Our version Diag 1/088 represents 340 wagons built to Diagram 1/088 specifically on ex-LMS 60ft chassis with 9ft bogies.

The Carflats to this particular diagram were built from 1964 to 1968.

Finished in Late BR Bauxite with Black under frames, after a number of years in operation with rust, worn lettering and weathering building up. This version would have entered use in 1966 after conversion at Barassie Works.  TOPS Code FVV

Our model will feature fine detail, high quality finish and NEM coupling pockets.
Weathering effect will be created using a variety of techniques and may vary from the image.
£26.95
MRP £32.99

Bristol: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 3711)
Oxford Rail OR76CAR002B OO Gauge BR Bogie Carflat ex-LMS Chassis Bauxite Weathered Finish No.B745893

BR Carflat wagons were built between 1959 and 1975. Our version Diag 1/088 represents 340 wagons built to Diagram 1/088 specifically on ex-LMS 60ft chassis with 9ft bogies.

The Carflats to this particular diagram were built from 1964 to 1968.

Finished in Late BR Bauxite with Black under frames, after a number of years in operation with rust, worn lettering and weathering building up. This version would have entered use in 1966 after conversion at Barassie Works.  TOPS Code FVV

Our model will feature fine detail, high quality finish and NEM coupling pockets.
Weathering effect will be created using a variety of techniques and may vary from the image.
£26.95
MRP £32.99

Plymouth: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 101155)
British Railways standard 16-ton steel bodied open wagons. Painted in the BR bauxite brown livery. This colour was initially applied to fitted wagons, but later became the standard wagon paint colour.

Eras 6-7. 1967-1982

£55.20
MRP £64.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 48354)
£25.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 6323)
A highly detailed model of the BR design 12-ton pipe wagon painted in the 1970s era bauxite brown livery with TOPS lettering. These long drop-side wagons were a useful high capacity open goods wagon originally designed to convey pipes. A large number were built in the 1950s as post-WW2 reconstruction got underway and the mains sewer network was expanded, modernised and pipes renewed.

Era 5 1957-1966

£29.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107571)
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

£37.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107575)
British Rails' second and much more successful design of pallet carrying vans the Vanwide featured double doors in the central section of the wagon which when opened fully gave access to over half the length of the van. Loads were now placed centrally within the wagon wheelbase, resolving the unequal loading experienced with first design off-set door vans.
Dubbed 'Vanwide' these vans continued in service alongside the large air braked vans introduced from the late 1960s, with many being equipped with air brakes in place of the original vacuum train brakes, their last user being the military, whose depots had sharply curved track unsuitable for the larger long wheelbase vans.
£33.95
MRP £39.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 101075)
British Rails' second and much more successful design of pallet carrying vans the Vanwide featured double doors in the central section of the wagon which when opened fully gave access to over half the length of the van. Loads were now placed centrally within the wagon wheelbase, resolving the unequal loading experienced with first design off-set door vans.

Dubbed 'Vanwide' these vans continued in service alongside the large air braked vans introduced from the late 1960s, with many being equipped with air brakes in place of the original vacuum train brakes, their last user being the military, whose depots had sharply curved track unsuitable for the larger long wheelbase vans.

£33.95
MRP £39.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 101081)
British Rails' second and much more successful design of pallet carrying vans the Vanwide featured double doors in the central section of the wagon which when opened fully gave access to over half the length of the van. Loads were now placed centrally within the wagon wheelbase, resolving the unequal loading experienced with first design off-set door vans.

Dubbed 'Vanwide' these vans continued in service alongside the large air braked vans introduced from the late 1960s, with many being equipped with air brakes in place of the original vacuum train brakes, their last user being the military, whose depots had sharply curved track unsuitable for the larger long wheelbase vans.

This model represents a wagon on military services, painted in a plain livery with yellow ends for improved visibility around military depots.

£33.95
MRP £39.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 101083)
Pack of 3 models of BR 27 ton capacity iron ore tipplers with the stone wagon logos and marked for pool 7663..
Several trains of these tipplers were formed for stone and aggregates service in the late 1970s under a regular programme of preventative maintenance. The logos and pool codes being used to stop these well-maintained wagons being purloined for other uses.
£45.00
MRP £49.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 111062)
Model of a BR 27 ton capacity iron ore tippler with the stone wagon logo and marked for pool 7663.
Several trains of these tipplers were formed for stone and aggregates service in the late 1970s under a regular programme of preventative maintenance. The logos and pool codes being used to stop these well-maintained wagons being purloined for other uses.
£16.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 111023)
A Closed Cover Truck (CCT) was a type of goods van used for transporting goods whilst keeping them protected from the wind and rain. Along with side doors, CCTs also featured opening ends which allowed them to be used to transport motor vehicles as well as parcel traffic. 37ft. 6 in. long vans were initially built by LNER in 1939 and featured three large sliding doors on each side making access extremely easy. The design was successful enough that BR built a further batch of wagons in 1950.
£23.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113812)
Model of British Railways standard design goods train brake van B954913 in later condition equipped for service with air braked trains. These vans received this distinctive version of the bauxite livery with a large central yellow panel.
£18.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 111050)
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