Originally built by the GWR, Bogie Bolster wagons such as this are so named due to the raised wooden baulks know as bolsters on which loads are carried. The wagons proved highly versatile carrying all sorts of different cargos.
£20.99
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 113813)
ONE Ocean Network Express containers pack of one 40ft and one 20ft container finished in ONE magenta and white.
£13.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
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(Product Ref 111058)
Until 1968, fully fitted freight trains were required by law to be carry a break van at the end. The brake van provided brake functionality to help slow the train as well as acting as a space in which the trains guard could carry out additional duties such as paperwork. As a result most brake vans featured a stove and desk on top of the brake apparatus. The London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) built 2653 20 ton break vans between 1933 and 1947. These featured a wooden structure that spanned most of the frame, with open covered areas at either end to provide the guard with an excellent view of the train.
£23.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
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(Product Ref 113778)
This three-plank wagon belonging to LMS is based upon one built in the second half of the 1930s. The wagon could be used to transport a variety of goods and is typical of the freight that could be found on Britain’s railways throughout much of the 20th century.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113783)
This wagon carries a livery based on one dating to July 1906 belonging to F. Wilkinson and was based at Ulverston. The wagon would likely have been used for the transportation of coal from Yorkshire to the Furness area. This wagon is typical of the freight that could be found on Britain’s railways throughout much of the 20th century.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113784)
This wagon carries a livery belonging the colliery and agents Wadsworth & Sons. It would have been used to transport materials like coal and coke. This wagon is typical of the freight that could be found on Britain’s railways throughout much of the 20th century.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113785)
This six-plank wagon, No. 691, is presented in a livery belonging to Burnyeat Brown & Co. Limited. The wagon would have been based in Cardiff and could take a load of up to 10 Tons. This wagon represents the typical freight that would be found on Britain’s railways in both the 19th and 20th century.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113786)
This wagon, built as part of a batch of six in August 1906, would have spent most of its life traveling between Highbury Vale goods yard near Finsbury Park and Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire via either the Great Northern Railway or the Midland Railway. The wagon is painted in a livery belonging to Lowe & Warwick.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113787)
A small multipurpose goods van which would transport all manner of items whilst keeping them protected from the wind and rain. This wagon features a twin vent design allowing air to flow thereby maintaining a cooler air temperature.
£21.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
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(Product Ref 113788)
A small multipurpose goods van which would transport all manner of items whilst keeping them protected from the wind and rain. This wagon features a single vent design allowing air to flow thereby maintaining a cooler air temperature.
£18.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
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(Product Ref 113789)
A small multipurpose goods van which would transport all manner of items. This wagon features a quad vent design resulting in superior ventilation. In this case, the additional ventilation allows the transportation of meat which would perish if the temperature were to rise too high.
£18.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
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(Product Ref 113790)
‘Mogo’ vans were railway vans built by Great Western Railway (GWR) in order to transport motor vehicles. Each van could only take a single vehicle which was loaded by driving through doors in the end of the van. The van additionally featured side doors so that it could be used to transport normal goods if not needed as a motor transporter. 350 wagons were built by GWR with the first appearing in 1933.
£18.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
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(Product Ref 113791)
‘Mogo’ vans were railway vans built by Great Western Railway (GWR) in order to transport motor vehicles. Each van could only take a single vehicle which was loaded by driving through doors in the end of the van. The van additionally featured side doors so that it could be used to transport normal goods if not needed as a motor transporter. 350 wagons were built by GWR with the first appearing in 1933.
£18.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
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(Product Ref 113792)

One of the key drivers of industrial growth throughout the 20th century was the idea that good could be transported in standardised containers. Flat wagons provided a huge amount of versatility due to the fact that goods could be loaded into the container before being placed onto a train, and the container could be removed at the other end to continue its journey to the customer.

The most common type of Conflat wagon was the Conflat A which could carry two type A containers or a single type B container. The Conflat B wagon was able to carry wider containers such as a pair of AFP frozen food containers.

£18.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
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(Product Ref 113793)
The loading gauge on British railways could preclude the movement of tall goods on normal wagons. One solution to this was to lower the centre of the wagon so that the goods sat closer to the rail. Lowmac wagons feature a distinctive shape; a flat platform in the centre with sloped platforms that rose up towards the ends making room for the wheels underneath.
£18.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
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(Product Ref 113795)
Cumberland Tarred Slag wagons and tankers were often based in Cumbria, either at Siddick Junction or Warrington. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
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(Product Ref 113797)
The Sunderland Gas Company dates back to the mid-19th century and operated until May 1949. In the 20th century the company’s main gas works was located in Hendon. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
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(Product Ref 113798)
This 20T tank wagon features the livery of Cosco Products and would be based at Bromborough Port in Cheshire. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances. Prototypically this wagon would be found in the late 1930s.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
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(Product Ref 113799)
Esso had a huge fleet of 20T tanker wagons built at various times used for transporting fuel. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
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(Product Ref 113800)
This 14T tank wagon was used to transport Trumulsion Cold-Applied Bitumen, manufactured by the Graphite Oils Co. of Grimsby. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113801)
Until 1968, fully fitted freight trains were required by law to be carry a break van at the end. The brake van provided brake functionality to help slow the train as well as acting as a space in which the trains guard could carry out additional duties such as paperwork. As a result most brake vans featured a stove and desk on top of the brake apparatus. The London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) built 2653 20 ton break vans between 1933 and 1947. These featured a wooden structure that spanned most of the frame, with open covered areas at either end to provide the guard with an excellent view of the train.
£23.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113802)
Container Pack featuring 1 x 20’ P&O container and 1 x 40’ P&O container
£16.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113822)
Container Pack featuring 1 x 20’ Evergreen container and 1 x 40’ Evergreen container
£16.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
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(Product Ref 113823)
Container Pack featuring 1 x 20’ MCS container and 1 x 40’ Fesco container
£16.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
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(Product Ref 113824)
Container Pack featuring 1 x 20’ Nedlloyd container (weathered) and 1 x 40’ LYS-Line container (weathered)
£16.99

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(Product Ref 113825)
Touax KFA container flat wagon with 1 x 20’ Bulkhaul tank container, 1 x 20’ InterBulk tank container and 1 x Van den Bosch tank container.
£41.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113804)
Touax FFA container flat wagon with 1 x 20’ Eurotainer tank container, 1 x 20’ Stolt tank container and 1 x Suttons tank container.
£41.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113805)
£24.49

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113815)
Wagons included in this pack: Railfreight HAA 356106 Railfreight HAA 356107 Railfreight HAA 356108
£62.99
MRP £69.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
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(Product Ref 113826)

Built from 1964 to 1977, HAA wagons were built as a method to move coal more efficiently, particularly with the aim of improving the supply of coal to power stations. It was intended that trains of these wagons could run in a continuous loop from the colliery to the power station and back, with machinery in place to allow loading and unloading at slow speeds. In reality it was often the case that the infrastructure to allow this type of running did not exist, particularly at the collieries, but nonetheless these wagons greatly improved coal transfer.

With the decline of Britain’s coal industry these previously extremely common wagons have now become extremely rare with most having been either scrapped or rebuilt as another form of wagon.

£24.49

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113816)
Wagons included in this pack: Coal Sector HAA 354496 Coal Sector HAA 354497 Coal Sector HAA 354499
£62.99
MRP £69.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113827)

HAA wagons were built as a method to move coal more efficiently, particularly with the aim of improving the supply of coal to power stations. It was intended that trains of these wagons could run in a continuous loop from the colliery to the power station and back, with machinery in place to allow loading and unloading at slow speeds. In reality it was often the case that the infrastructure to allow this type of running did not exist, particularly at the collieries, but nonetheless these wagons greatly improved coal transfer.

With the decline of Britain’s coal industry these previously extremely common wagons have now become extremely rare with most having been either scrapped or rebuilt as another form of wagon. Based upon the successful HAA wagon, the HFA design added an aerodynamic canopy designed to stop coal-dust from escaping.

£24.49

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113817)
Wagons included in this pack: Coal Sector HFA 358713 Coal Sector HFA 358550 Coal Sector HFA 358784
£62.99
MRP £69.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113828)

HAA wagons were built as a method to move coal more efficiently, particularly with the aim of improving the supply of coal to power stations. It was intended that trains of these wagons could run in a continuous loop from the colliery to the power station and back, with machinery in place to allow loading and unloading at slow speeds. In reality it was often the case that the infrastructure to allow this type of running did not exist, particularly at the collieries, but nonetheless these wagons greatly improved coal transfer.

With the decline of Britain’s coal industry these previously extremely common wagons have now become extremely rare with most having been either scrapped or rebuilt as another form of wagon. Based upon the successful HAA wagon, the HFA design added an aerodynamic canopy designed to stop coal-dust from escaping.

£24.49

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113818)
Wagons included in this pack: EWS HFA 354248 EWS HFA 354249 EWS HFA 354250
£62.99
MRP £69.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113829)
China clay, more formally known as Kaolinite, is one of the main products of the south west of England. Until the 1980s this cargo was transported by rail using small wooden wagons covered with tarpaulin. Based upon the HAA wagon design, CDA wagons featuring a flexible hopper covering to protect the clay from the rain were introduced in 1987 carrying the livery of English China Clays, although more recently they have been repainted in EWS colours.
£24.49

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113819)
Wagons included in this pack: EWS CDA 375072 EWS CDA 375073 EWS CDA 375074
£62.99
MRP £69.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113830)

One of the key drivers of industrial growth throughout the 20th century was the idea that good could be transported in standardised containers. Flat wagons provided a huge amount of versatility due to the fact that goods could be loaded into the container before being placed onto a train, and the container could be removed at the other end to continue its journey to the customer.

The most common type of Conflat wagon was the Conflat A which could carry two type A containers or a single type B container. The Conflat B wagon was able to carry wider containers such as a pair of AFP frozen food containers.

£18.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113794)
The loading gauge on British railways could preclude the movement of tall goods on normal wagons. One solution to this was to lower the centre of the wagon so that the goods sat closer to the rail. Lowmac wagons feature a distinctive shape; a flat platform in the centre with sloped platforms that rose up towards the ends making room for the wheels underneath.
£18.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113796)
A Closed Cover Truck (CCT) was a type of goods van used for transporting goods whilst keeping them protected from the wind and rain. Along with side doors, CCTs also featured opening ends which allowed them to be used to transport motor vehicles as well as parcel traffic.
£23.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113809)
A Closed Cover Truck (CCT) was a type of goods van used for transporting goods whilst keeping them protected from the wind and rain. Along with side doors, CCTs also featured opening ends which allowed them to be used to transport motor vehicles as well as parcel traffic.
£23.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113810)
A Closed Cover Truck (CCT) was a type of goods van used for transporting goods whilst keeping them protected from the wind and rain. Along with side doors, CCTs also featured opening ends which allowed them to be used to transport motor vehicles as well as parcel traffic. 37ft. 6 in. long vans were initially built by LNER in 1939 and featured three large sliding doors on each side making access extremely easy. The design was successful enough that BR built a further batch of wagons in 1950.
£23.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113811)
A Closed Cover Truck (CCT) was a type of goods van used for transporting goods whilst keeping them protected from the wind and rain. Along with side doors, CCTs also featured opening ends which allowed them to be used to transport motor vehicles as well as parcel traffic. 37ft. 6 in. long vans were initially built by LNER in 1939 and featured three large sliding doors on each side making access extremely easy. The design was successful enough that BR built a further batch of wagons in 1950.
£23.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113812)
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