LMS Coaches & Wagons

Era 3 coaches and wagons from the LMS. The largest of the 'big four' railway companies from 1923 to 1947 LMS routes stretched from London to Scotland via the West Coast mainline, served much of the industrial midlands region, linked with the Somerset & Dorset route at Bath, connected with Ireland via the North Wales line to Anglesey and even reached Swansea in South Wales.
Bogie well wagons were used to carry heavy or unusually tall loads. The lower floor allowed greater clearance under bridges etc. than with flat wagons. Loads were supported on the side girders using timber baulks across the wagon or over the bogies using a suitable frame to hold the load in position. All kinds of interesting loads could be carried, from boilers and  large machinery parts to maritime navigation buoys and small yachts.
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A nicely detailed model of the LMS low-sided 3-plank drop-side open wagon painted in grey livery. Supplied with load.

These useful drop-side wagons could carry a wide range of loads, from crates, containers and road vehicles to stone blocks and aggregates
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Finely detailed model of the distinctive Southern Railway 2+2 style planked box van, built for the LMS during WWII. The unusual roof outline of these vans has been captured well in this model.
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A detailed model of the early LMS standard design of goods brake van, a direct development of the last Midland Railway design. These vans were built with and without side lookout duckets, both styles remaining in service into the 1960s.

This model of a van with lookout duckets is painted in the LMS grey colour.

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A detailed model of the early LMS standard design of goods brake van, a direct development of the last Midland Railway design. These vans were built with and without side lookout duckets, both styles remaining in service into the 1960s.

This model of a van without lookout duckets is painted in the LMS bauxite colour.

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Dapol 4F-011-019 00 Gauge LMS Ventilated Box Van BR Grey Livery

A model of the standard design of LMS covered box van painted in grey livery.

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Dapol 4F-011-019 00 Gauge LMS Ventilated Box Van BR Grey Livery

A model of the standard design of LMS covered box van painted in grey livery.

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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.52 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the LMS. Era 3.
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Hornby Railways R6731A OO Gauge LMS 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon

An exciting new model from Hornby for 2016, these large and quite distinctive hopper wagons were fitted with extra boards to provide volume capacity for 20 tons of coke to be carried.
Coke hopper wagons were built first by the LMS and later the design was adopted as a standard British Railways type. Often seen running in complete trains from the coke ovens to the iron and steel furnaces, frequently empty wagons returned in small numbers conveyed by regular goods trains.

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Detailed model of LMS diagram D1919 20ton goods train guards brake van 730386 finished in LMS bauxite livery with post-1934 small lettering.
These smooth riding long wheelbase brake vans
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£51.95
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Oxford Diecast OR76WW001B OO Gauge Ministry of War Warwell 50-Ton Well Wagon ww50

A detailed model of the depressed centre Warwell wagons built during WW2 to carry tanks and other military vehicles between the factories and west coast importing ports to the embarkation ports along the south coast for shipment to France. The depressed centre well was needed to keep the vehicles inside the restricted British loading gauge, but the wagons were built with sloping end ramps and bridge plates so vehicles could be driven along the length of a train for rapid loading and unloading.
Following the invasion many of these wagons were transferred to France to keep the advancing front line supplied with replacement armoured vehicles, which would often have a low maximum road speed.

This model is finished as a wagon on loan from the War Department to the Great Western during and following the build-up to Operation Overload.

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Oxford Diecast OR76WW006 OO Gauge Warwell A Wagon No.36 with Sherman Tank Load

A detailed model of the depressed centre Warwell wagons built during WW2 to carry US-built Sherman tanks and other military vehicles between the factories and west coast importing ports to the embarkation ports along the south coast. The depressed centre well was needed to keep the higher vehicles inside the restricted British loading gauge, but the wagons were built with sloping end ramps and bridge plates so vehicles could be driven along the length of a train for rapid loading and unloading.
Following the invasion many of these wagons were transferred to France to keep the advancing front line supplied with replacement armoured vehicles, which would often have a low maximum road speed.

This model is finished as a wagon in wartime service as number 36 carrying an American built Sherman tank.

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Model of a steel body covered box van used for the transport of explosives.
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During WW2 the Ministry of War Transport placed orders with the Southern Railway for the construction of several hundred box vans to be supplied to the GWR and LMS. Featuring the Lynes triple-arc roof style used by the Southern these vans were finished in GWR and LMS liveries, being distinctively different the the companys' own designs.
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Model of the steel grain hoppers introduced in the 1930's and running until replaced by modern air-braked wagons in the 1970's.
This model is in the LMS goods grey livery and is fitted with metal wheels for smooth running.
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This open coal wagon, equiped with an end door, carries the LMS goods grey livery, complete with bodyside diagonal stripe intended to allow tipper operators to quickly identify which end the door was.

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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1905 BTK third class side corridor brake end coach 5792 finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1961 BFK first class side corridor brake end coach 5053 finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1960 first class side corridor coach 1070, specially built for the Coronation Scot trains and finished in blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1912 full kitchen car (RK) 30085, one of the kitchen cars specially built to provide at-seat meal service and finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1912 full kitchen car (RK) 30089, one of the kitchen cars specially built to provide at-seat meal service and finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1902 Restaurant First class Open (RTO) coach 7508, the open plan seating first class coaches built for the Coronation Scot train to permit at-seat meals service to be provided. Finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1981 Restaurant Third class Open (RTO) coach 9003, the open plan seating third class coaches provided for the Coronation Scot train to permit at-seat meals service to be provided. Finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1981 Restaurant Third class Open (RTO) coach 9004, the open plan seating third class coaches provided for the Coronation Scot train to permit at-seat meals service to be provided. Finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1981 Restaurant Third class Open (RTO) coach 9006, the open plan seating third class coaches provided for the Coronation Scot train to permit at-seat meals service to be provided. Finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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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.

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British Railways used several standard types of wagon. The Conflat A, which could carry one type 'B', or two type 'A', containers, was the most common; while the Conflat L, which could carry three smaller containers for bulk powders, was also produced in large numbers.
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Dapol 4F-011-019 00 Gauge LMS Ventilated Box Van BR Grey Livery

A model of the standard design of LMS covered box van painted in grey livery.

£12.45

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Container service allowed railway and haulage companies to transport goods from door to door without needing to re-load the goods between road vehicles and railway vans. Using a combination of flat-bed road vehicles and these con(tainer)flat wagons the container was lifted from the collecting road vehicle onto container onto the wagon at the nearest railway station. Moved by rail to the destination station the container was again lifted onto a road vehicle for final delivery.

Containers had been in use for furniture removals since the early 1900s, by the 1930s all of the four principal railway companies offered containers for removals.

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Hornby R4677C OO Gauge LMS 57ft Non-Corridor Suburban Brake Third Class Coach LMS Crimson Livery

Dimensions - Length 242mm.

A new model of the LMS standard 57-feet length non-corridor or suburban type coach, as used on suburban, stopping and branchline services. Most coach 'sets' would be formed with one of these brake third coaches at each end, with composite and third class coaches between them to make up the seating capacity required. Two-coach sets would also be formed with one brake third and one composite coach and brake third coaches were also used singly on some short branchlines.
Model finished in LMS crimson lake livery.

Special Features: Handrails, Separate roof vents


 
 
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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.
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A very good model of the LMS 50-foot long gangwayed parcels brake van painted in the LMS crimson lake livery. These vehicles were seen all over the railway network, as parcels vans worked regularly to destinations away from the LMS. Era 4. 1948-1956
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This three plank wagon is typical of the kind that would be used by the LMS, representing one of the smaller capacity wagons that could often be seen loaded with cargo.This open wagon is fitted with NEM couplings and metal wheels, allowing it to roll freely and therefore allowing wagons to run in long rakes behind even small locomotives as may sometimes be tasked with hauling them. 

This wagon also has internal plank detailing, a load need not be fitted if you do not wish to add one.

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A new model of the War Department Warflat bogie flat wagon designed to convey heavy military vehicles during WW2.
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A highly detailed model of the LMS engineers inspection saloon coaches. These inspection saloons were used by the regional civil engineers as a mobile office and conference facility. Large end windows allowed the track and structures to be viewed while travelling while the large saloons allowed for meetings and the planning of engineering works on site. A small kitchen and pantry in the centre of the coach allowed for refreshments to be supplied by an on-board steward.
The Bachmann model features saloon interior detailing at both ends of the coach plus full underframe and folding steps detailing.

Model painted in the LMS crimson lake livery with black ends. Era 3 1923-1948 and in preservation.
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Model of a LMS sliding door covered box van number 155011 in bauxite livery.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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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.
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A common sight from the 1930s to the late-1980s on Britain's railways, the LMS/BR 20T Brake Van was ubiquitous in its time.
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This three plank wagon is typical of the kind that would be used by the LMS, representing one of the smaller capacity wagons that could often be seen loaded with cargo.This open wagon is fitted with NEM couplings and metal wheels, allowing it to roll freely and therefore allowing wagons to run in long rakes behind even small locomotives as may sometimes be tasked with hauling them. 

This wagon also has internal plank detailing, a load need not be fitted if you do not wish to add one.

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Following the improvements in production through the 20th century the standard length of rails increased from 45 feet to 60 feet. Now longer than the standard 45-feet bogie bolsters like the GWR Macaw B new 65-feet length rail carrier wagons were built.
The LMS developed bogie flat wagon, designed for use with bolsters for rail or as a flat deck wagon for track panels, was adopted as a standard type by British Railways and allocated the code name Salmon. 894 were constructed between 1949 and 1961 in 15 batches from private wagon builders as well as BR workshops. A great variety of modifications were made over the lives of these wagons, with over 400 being overhauled during the 1980s, receiving modern bogies and train air brakes. Many of these wagons were formed into continuous welded rail trains, while others were fitted with rail cranes to aid handling of jointed rails at relaying sites.
The Hornby Salmon range is a new tooling for 2023 with almost all variants of the wagon catered for. Fitted with diecast chassis, these wagons have fantastic weight that rolls freely on metal wheels. Bolsters are included in the accessory bag can be fitted to represent the different ways these wagons would have appeared.

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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.
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