Hattons Warwells RTR

Warwell wagons WW2 to date. Built during WW2 a small fleet of Warwells upgraded with modern bogies and air brakes is still in service with the Ministry of Defense
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon MS.1 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the GWR. Era 3.
£85.00
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 106829)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the olive green livery with yellow ends from circa 2000 onwards. Era 9.
£85.00
Warehouse: 3
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 106824)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the 1990s olive green livery. Eras 8-9.
£85.00

Bristol: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 106825)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon WW.55 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the LMS. Era 3.
£85.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106830)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon WW36 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the LNER. Era 3.
£85.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106841)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon equipped with its' original diamond frame bogies in service with the Ministry of Defence in the 1970s. Eras 6-7.
£85.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106828)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
BR Warwell M360329 was a wagon originally passed into LMS ownership and is modelled here in the British Railways engineers department gulf red livery from the 1960s. The 50-ton capacity of these wagons was useful for conveying heavy equipment, track sections (eg. points and crossings) and for carrying large cable reals, the depressed central well providing extra clearance for large diameter drums. Eras 6-7.
£85.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106827)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model of warwell ADRW96501 is finished in the BR engineers yellow livery and retains it's original diamond frame bogies. The 50-ton capacity of these wagons was useful for conveying heavy equipment, track sections (eg. points and crossings) and for carrying large cable reals, the depressed central well providing extra clearance for large diameter drums. Eras 7-8.
£85.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106826)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the olive green livery applied in the 1970s. Eras 7-9.
£85.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106823)
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