1950s BR standard 10ft wb vans. British Railways retained the 10 feet wheelbase RCH 17ft 6in chassis for their new standard wagon designs in the 1950s. Following LMS and LNER practice the covered box vans had pressed corrugated steel ends and the design allowed for planked or plywood sides. The same basic body was used for a number of specialist vans, insulated vans with no end vents and meat vans with extra ventilators.
VanWide pallet vans in original vacuum brake and later VEA air brake versions due to land mid- December, after customs etc. probably arriving in store early January.
A wide range of kits for other British Railways wagons are available from the Peco, Slaters and Parkside kit ranges.