GWR Wagons OO Gauge

Loriot well wagon & GWR brake van models are being producing by Rapido Trains as part of their Titfield Thunderbolt range. These models are also due to be released separately with GWR and BR era lettering.

Delivery expected Winter 2022/3.
The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with the pre-1904 lettering style.

£32.95

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(Product Ref 117063)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with 25in height lettering, as applied 1904-1920.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118027)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with 25in height lettering, as applied 1904-1920.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118028)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with 16in height lettering, as applied 1920-1936.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118029)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with 16in height lettering, as applied 1920-1936.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118030)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with 1942 style wartime economy lettering.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118031)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with post-1937 5in height lettering.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118032)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished British Railways goods grey livery. 1948 onwards.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118033)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR WW2 bright blue Salvage Save for Victory livery. C1940-1944.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118034)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR WW2 bright blue Salvage Save for Victory livery. C1940-1944.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118035)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished as a GWR Improvised Gunpowder Van in black livery with red GPV lettering and warning cross. WW1 & WW2-withdraw
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118036)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished as a GWR Improvised Gunpowder Van in black livery with red GPV lettering and warning cross. WW1 & WW2-withdraw
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118037)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished as an Improvised Gunpowder Van conversion on loan to the Southern Railway in black livery with red GPV lettering and warning cross. WW2.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118038)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR dark drey livery while in departmental service as a sand van.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118039)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR dark grey with British Railways lettering as a departmental sand van. 1948 onwards.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118040)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished BPCM British Portland Cement Manufacturers van number 262 in yellow & blue livery with Ferrocrete lettering. 1910s-1960s
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118041)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished BPCM British Portland Cement Manufacturers van number 168 in grey livery. 1910s-1960s
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118042)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished British Railways departmental grey livery. 1948 onwards.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118043)
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished British Railways grey livery. 1948 onwards.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118044)
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Delivery expected Winter 2022/3.
The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR grey with British Railways lettering as a locomotive department stores van. 1948 onwards.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118045)
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Delivery expected Winter 2022/3.
The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished as a Gunpowder van owned by the Cambrian Railways painted in red livery. 1900s-1922.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 118046)
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Designed for the carriage of machinery and other loads too tall to be carried on ordinary flat wagons the Loriot Y features a low central load bed and was often used for carrying tracked vehicles like bulldozers and crawler cranes. Occasionally something really unusual might be carried, like a yacht or navigation bouy.
Wagon 41989 was built in 1937 and is modelled in the GWR standard goods grey livery.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117040)
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Designed for the carriage of machinery and other loads too tall to be carried on ordinary flat wagons the Loriot Y features a low central load bed and was often used for carrying tracked vehicles like bulldozers and crawler cranes. Occasionally something really unusual might be carried, like a yacht or navigation bouy.
Wagon 41990 was built in 1939 and is modelled in the GWR standard goods grey livery carried since preservation.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117041)
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Designed for the carriage of machinery and other loads too tall to be carried on ordinary flat wagons the Loriot Y features a low central load bed and was often used for carrying tracked vehicles like bulldozers and crawler cranes. After nationalisation British Railways allocated most wagons of this type to the engineering departments, DW 41990 being for former GWR 41990 built in 1939 and finished here in BR engineering livery.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117042)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117844)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117845)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117846)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117847)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117848)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117849)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117850)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117851)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117852)
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
£39.95

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(Product Ref 117853)
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchadise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in early condition with single side brake GWR grey livery, pre-1904 lettering style.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117389)
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchadise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished as the preserved O21 wagon number 41277 with brakes both sides painted GWR grey livery and pre-1904 lettering style.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117390)
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchadise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brake on one side only painted GWR grey livery, 1904-1930s lettering style.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117259)
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchadise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brake on one side only painted GWR grey livery, 1904-1930s lettering style.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117352)
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Order deadline May 1st 2022. Delivery expected Winter 2022/3
Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchadise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brakes both sides painted GWR grey livery, 1904-1930s lettering style.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117234)
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Order deadline May 1st 2022. Delivery expected Winter 2022/3
Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchadise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished painted GWR grey livery with post-1937 small lettering.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117240)
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Order deadline May 1st 2022. Delivery expected Winter 2022/3
Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchadise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brakes on both sides painted GWR grey livery, 1937 small lettering.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 116301)
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Order deadline May 1st 2022. Delivery expected Winter 2022/3
Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchadise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brakes on both sides painted GWR grey livery, 1937 small lettering.
£32.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 117932)
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