Guards Brake Vans RTR

Bringing up the rear of goods trains.
£4.95
Warehouse: 5
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 102609)
£4.95
Warehouse: 6
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 102610)

Construction of the Southern Railway standard brake van design was adapted in the late 1930s to use the distinctive SR 2+2 planking style, with alternating pairs of standard and narrow width planks.
This model represents one of these later vans which continued to be built into 1948 finished in the later SR brown livery with red ends and small size lettering.

An ideal companion for Dapols' Terrier locomotives and an excellent alternative to the similar BR standard design vans to add variety to goods trains.

£68.00
MRP £80.60
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 86687)

Representing the beginning of the British Railways era this model carries the Southern Railway's brown goods wagon livery with red ends for the brake van but with the British Railways S prefixed number.
A great number of wagons and brake vans would have run in their existing liveries in the years after nationalisation, The region prefix letter was essential as many wagon numbers were duplicated between their previous owners and was applied quickly.

£68.00
MRP £80.60
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 86696)
The Southern Railways' standard brake van design did not emerge until 1928 using the heavy underframe from the SE&CR design van fitted with a very short central cabin body, quickly earning the nickname of 'pill boxes'.  Most importantly though the vans did have a reputation for good riding and having a good brake.
Model finished in Southern Railway brown livery with red ends. Small lettering, post-1934 style.

£68.00
MRP £80.60
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 91414)
The Southern Railways' standard brake van design did not emerge until 1928 using the heavy underframe from the SE&CR design van fitted with a very short central cabin body, quickly earning the nickname of 'pill boxes'. Most importantly though the vans did have a reputation for good riding and having a good brake.
Model finished in Southern Railway brown livery with red ends. Large lettering, pre-1934 style.
The Southern vans seem to have stayed little from former SR routes even under British Railways ownership, though the type is an ideal companion for Dapols' Terrier locomotives and an excellent alternative to the similar BR standard design vans to add variety to goods trains.
£68.00
MRP £80.60
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 91415)
The Southern Railways' standard brake van design did not emerge until 1928 using the heavy underframe from the SE&CR design van fitted with a very short central cabin body, quickly earning the nickname of 'pill boxes'.  Most importantly though the vans did have a reputation for good riding and having a good brake.
Model finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
The Southern vans seem to have stayed little from former SR routes even under British Railways ownership, though the type is an ideal companion for Dapols' Terrier locomotives and an excellent alternative to the similar BR standard design vans to add variety to goods trains.
£68.00
MRP £80.60
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 91416)
A new and highly detailed model of the British Railways standard 20ton goods train brake van.
This model is finished in the British Railways goods grey livery without numbering, allowing your own choice of number to be applied.
£67.50
MRP £79.95

Plymouth: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 101570)

Construction of the Southern Railway standard brake van design was adapted in the late 1930s to use the distinctive SR 2+2 planking style, with alternating pairs of standard and narrow width planks.
This model represents one of these later vans in British Railways service, painted in BR goods grey livery.

An ideal companion for Dapols' Terrier locomotives and an excellent alternative to the similar BR standard design vans to add variety to goods trains.

£68.00
MRP £80.60

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 86697)
The Southern Railways' standard brake van design did not emerge until 1928 using the heavy underframe from the SE&CR design van fitted with a very short central cabin body, quickly earning the nickname of 'pill boxes'.  Most importantly though the vans did have a reputation for good riding and having a good brake.
Model finished in British Railways bauxite brown goods livery.
The Southern vans seem to have stayed little from former SR routes even under British Railways ownership, though the type is an ideal companion for Dapols' Terrier locomotives and an excellent alternative to the similar BR standard design vans to add variety to goods trains.
£68.00
MRP £80.60

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 91417)
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Dapol have produced useful model of the Southern Railway 'pillbox' brake vans, ideal for service with Southern and British Railways liveried Terriers.
A model of the BR standard 20-ton brake vans introduced in the 1950s and still found in use in the 1990s is expected early in 2018
Kits for several other brake van designs covering the GWR single veranda types, Southern 'pillbox' and SECR brake vans, Midland Railway, LMS and LNER designs are available from the Slaters, Peco and Parkside ranges.