Coach Kits

A range of plastic passenger coach kits, including the popular GWR 4-wheel coaches.
Dapol C106 OO Gauge Stanier 57-ft Corridor Brake Third Coach Kit BR Crimson & Cream Livery

An easy to construct kit building a model of a LMS Stanier design third class brake coach. These smooth-sided coaches were introduced in the 1930s on long-distance trains.

This kit is really easy to build! In the bag is an unassembled version of a 'ready-to-run' coach.
The major parts are supplied as one-piece mouldings, including a bodyshell finished in British Railways crimson and cream livery, complete with printed lining and lettering, interior, roof, underframe, bogies and wheels. These major components are complemented by spures of the additional parts needed to complete a detailed model.

£14.35
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(Product Ref 66470)
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These coaches were constructed between 1890 and 1902 for rural duties, but lasted up until the 1950's on workmen's trains and the like.
Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£13.10
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(Product Ref 32327)
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These coaches were constructed between 1890 and 1902 for rural duties, but lasted up until the 1950's on workmen's trains and the like.
Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£13.10
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(Product Ref 32328)
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A total of 650 coaches of this type were built at Wolverton between 1891 and 1903 by the London and North Western Railway for main line service and many of them were transferred into the LMS after the 1923 Grouping. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£19.90
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Dapol C098 OO Gauge Stanier 57ft Non-Corridor Lavatory Brake Third Coach Kit LMS Lined Maroon Livery

An easy to construct kit building a model of a LMS style suburban or non-corridor brake coach with lavatory.
These non-corridor lavatory coaches were used on longer distance local services, like mainline stopping trains, where some passengers might be spending some considerable time in the train. The lavatory could be accessed from the adjacent compartments, usually connected with a short side corridor.

This kit is really easy to build! In the bag is an unassembled version of a 'ready-to-run' coach.
The major parts are supplied as one-piece mouldings, including a bodyshell finished in LMS maroon complete with printed lining and lettering, interior, roof, underframe, bogies and wheels. These major components are complemented by spures of the additional parts needed to complete a detailed model.

£13.15

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(Product Ref 77152)
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These coaches were constructed between 1890 and 1902 for rural duties, but lasted up until the 1950's on workmen's trains and the like. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£13.10

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(Product Ref 32329)
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Plastic kit of the Midland Railway arc roof design 8-compartment third class non-corridor or suburban coach.
These non-corridor coaches were built between 1903 and 1910 by the Midland Railway. They were used as close coupled sets for suburban services in the Manchester and Birmingham areas, remaining in service until the early 1950's.
Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£17.60

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(Product Ref 32330)
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Plastic kit of the Midland Railway arc roof design 7-compartment first class non-corridor or suburban coach.
These non-corridor coaches were built between 1903 and 1910 by the Midland Railway. They were used as close coupled sets for suburban services in the Manchester and Birmingham areas, remaining in service until the early 1950's.
Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£17.60
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Plastic kit of the Midland Railway arc roof design 6-compartment brake third class non-corridor or suburban coach.
These non-corridor coaches were built between 1903 and 1910 by the Midland Railway. They were used as close coupled sets for suburban services in the Manchester and Birmingham areas, remaining in service until the early 1950's.
Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£17.60

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(Product Ref 32332)
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Plastic kit of the Midland Railway arc roof design 4-compartment brake third class non-corridor or suburban coach.
These non-corridor coaches were built between 1903 and 1910 by the Midland Railway. They were used as close coupled sets for suburban services in the Manchester and Birmingham areas, remaining in service until the early 1950's.
Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£17.60

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(Product Ref 32333)
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This plastic kit builds a model of the Midland Railway square panelled non-corridor express stock 6 compartment all-third class coach, one of the most common types, with lavatory and luggage compartments.

Built between 1898 and 1902 by the Midland Railway, these elegant non-corridor coaches were built for use on express routes. The coaches were equipped with lavatory compartments accessible from the seating compartments on either side for passengers travelling longer distances and survived in secondary service LMS 'inter district' train sets until the British Railways era.

£17.60
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A detailed model kit building a scale model of the Midland Railway square panelled stock. This kit builds a model of the 6-compartment lavatory composite coach with clerestory roof.

Built between 1898 and 1902 by the Midland Railway, these elegant non-corridor coaches were built for use on express routes. The coaches were equipped with lavatory compartments accessible from the seating compartments on either side for passengers travelling longer distances and survived in secondary service LMS 'inter district' train sets until the British Railways era.

£17.60
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Built between 1898 and 1902 by the Midland Railway, these elegant non-corridor coaches were built for use on express routes. The coaches were equipped with lavatory compartments accessible from the seating compartments on either side for passengers travelling longer distances and survived in secondary service LMS 'inter district' train sets until the British Railways era.
£17.60

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 32336)
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A total of 650 coaches of this type were built at Wolverton between 1891 and 1903 by the London and North Western Railway for main line service and many of them were transferred into the LMS after the 1923 Grouping. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£19.90
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A total of 650 coaches of this type were built at Wolverton between 1891 and 1903 by the London and North Western Railway for main line service and many of them were transferred into the LMS after the 1923 Grouping. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£19.90
Available to buy.
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A total of 650 coaches of this type were built at Wolverton between 1891 and 1903 by the London and North Western Railway for main line service and many of them were transferred into the LMS after the 1923 Grouping. Glue, paint and transfers are required to complete this model.
£19.90
Available to buy.
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Ratio kits are quite straightforward to build, requiring the basic range of modelling tools. Time and careful fitting will be rewarded with an excellent model. The characterful GWR 4-wheel coaches an ideal start for coach modelling.