Transfer sets for the LMS 3000 gallon milk tank wagon kit. Three company name sets are available, please advise which is required at the checkout.
EX - Express Dairies.
UD - United Dairies
IMS - Independent Milk Supplies

 
£7.60
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(Product Ref 103208)
Slaters 7023 0 Gauge LMS Cattle Wagon Kit

Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers.
£34.00
MRP £36.75
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(Product Ref 94146)
Slaters 7024 0 Gauge Midland Railway 10-ton Covered Box Van
Model kit of the Midland Railway outside framed covered box van.
One of the classic Slaters MR kits of an early design covered box van, a type which lasted through the LMS period with examples passing to British Railways in 1948.
Kit features etched brass W irons and compensation units giving a 3-point suspension chassis.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers
£32.00
MRP £35.00
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(Product Ref 102427)

Model kit of the 8-ton Midland Railway 3 plank dropside wagons. These useful wagons with full drop sides giving easy access for loading and unloading were also popular with the engineering departments as ballast carriers.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers

£28.00
MRP £30.00
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(Product Ref 102431)
The vehicle represented by our kit was built between 1905 and 1910 and is the later version of the Midland Railway cattle wagon, superseding an earlier but similar type which had an extra plank on the side and only one guardrail. Some vehicles had guardrails taken through the actual frame of the sides, while others had their rails simply bolted on to the outside of the frame. Some wagons of this type lasted into B.R. days, and the L.M.S. at one time converted some for use for ale traffic.

A total of 420 of these wagons were built by the MR and the design formed the basis for the standard L.M.S. cattle wagon.
Photographic evidence shows that when built, brake gear was fitted to one side only with a single V-hanger. Later was the addition of a second V-hanger and brakes on both sides. Some were fitted with screw link couplings and vacuum brakes.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers
£34.50
MRP £36.75
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(Product Ref 102524)
A model kit to build one of the Midland Railways' well known single verandah brake vans.
The kit builds a model of the early wood construction, wood underframe 10-ton type with a style familiar right to the end of steam. A considerable number of these vans were still in service at the grouping and a small number survived into British Railways ownership, though often with the engineering departments.
After 20-ton brake vans were built the Midland sold some of these 10-ton vans to other railways, particularly light railways and larger industrial operators. Examples passed into the ownership of the Southern (Isle of Wight Central) and Great Western (Brecon & Merthyr) at grouping.
These sales make the Midland brake van very useful to modellers building a 'freelance' layout to suit the space available. The small size is a bonus for small layouts, shunting the van onto the rear of a train can cause hours of extra puzzling.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers
£31.00
MRP £33.00
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(Product Ref 62853)
Following the steady growth of goods trains towards the end of the 19th century the heavier trans required a similar improvement ion the brake force available to the crew. Showing a definite Midland Railway family resemblance to the 4 wheel 10 ton brake vans this kit builds a a model of the heavier 6-wheeled 20 ton vans used on the heaviest coal trains.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers
£49.00
MRP £53.00
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(Product Ref 102642)
A highly detailed model kit to build the later LMS standard design long-wheelbase goods brake van. This kit includes metal wheels, sprung buffers and a cast stove to allow interior detailing.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers
£45.00
MRP £49.00
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(Product Ref 53461)
A kit to build a detailed model of the LMS standard design of covered box van to diagram D1664. Based on the final Midland Railway design with a 9ft wheelbase steel chassis the LMS built over 2,500 vans between 1924 and 1926 and similar designs were built through the LMS period. Having durable steel underframes many of these vans were still in service in the early 1960s. Kit is supplied with transfers for LMS and BR liveries.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.
£34.50
MRP £38.50
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(Product Ref 39947)

A beer van is an ideal subject for modellers! These wagons with slatted sides were used to distribute beer from Burton on Trent, returning with empty kegs.
The LMS built 100 of these vans with slat sides and ends in 1929 and many lasted until the run-down of beer carriage on the railways during the 1960s. Transfers for LMS and BR liveries supplied with the kit.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.

£34.50
MRP £38.50
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(Product Ref 8982)
Following the all-steel bodied vans the LMS returned to wood for the sides but retained the corrugated steel end panels which stood up well if the load shifted lengthwise during shunting. The LMS built 3,450 of these at Wolverton Works in 1929 – 1931. Lasted into the early 1960s. Transfers for LMS and BR.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.

£34.50
MRP £38.50
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(Product Ref 55971)
Kit to build a model of one of the LMS steel bodied ventilated box vans built to diagram D1828.
These wagons were a serious attempt to construct a strong and robust box van with 1,000 built in 1929 and 1930 by several builders. There were numerous detail differences and the kit is based on a batch of 150 built by Charles Roberts. The steel body vans lasted well into the BR era, with a number being preserved.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.

£34.50
MRP £38.50
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(Product Ref 8983)
Parkside O gauge kit PS112 LMS/LNER/BR Gunpowder Van Kit

Transfers included for LMS (post 1936 and wartime), LNER and BR wagons.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.
£34.50
MRP £38.50
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(Product Ref 94779)
The LMS constructed 1000 of these vans specially equipped with steam heating and controllable end ventilators between 1925 and 1930 to carry bananas from ports such as Avonmouth, Garston and London, to inland warehouses. The majority of the type remained in service into the 1960s and the first batches of British Railways banana vans used this same basic design. This kit provides a useful addition to the Southern design banana van, kit PS100, particularly for the British Railways era.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.

£34.50
MRP £38.50
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(Product Ref 45621)
Kit to build a model of an LMS design meat van to diagram D1670.
400 of these vans were built at Wolverton Works in 1927 and 1930 to carry fresh meat. Would run in express freight trains, but were fitted to work within passenger trains too. Lasted until 1960, by which time insulated vans had replaced them in meat traffic and were used as ventilated vans for general merchandise traffic. Transfers for LMS and BR.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.
£34.50
MRP £38.50
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(Product Ref 9362)
Plastic kit to build a model of the LMS standard 12-ton merchandise open wagon.
8,500 of this type were built in the 1920s for carrying general goods traffic. It is a Midland Railway-derived design with a steel chassis. As they were classified 'common user' they would turn up anywhere on the railway network. Transfers for LMS and BR.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.
£34.50
MRP £38.50
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(Product Ref 80722)

Model kit of the fruit van version of the Midland Railway 10-ton outside framed box van.

One of the classic Slaters MR kits of the fruit van version of the outside braced covered box van, featuring side and end ventilation louvres.

Kit features etched brass W irons and compensation units giving a 3-point suspension chassis.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers

£32.00
MRP £35.00

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(Product Ref 102428)

Plastic model kit of the 8-ton Midland Railway fruit van version based on the smaller covered box van.

One of the classic Slaters MR kits of the fruit van version of the outside braced covered box van, featuring side and end ventilation louvres.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers

£30.00
MRP £31.20

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 102429)

Plastic kit of the 8-ton Midland Railway coke wagon.

One of the classic Slaters MR kits, open wagons formed the backbone of the railway wagon fleet, with goods being covered with a tarpaulin when weather protection was needed.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers

£28.00
MRP £30.00

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(Product Ref 102521)

Slaters 7027 0 Gauge Midland Railway 8-ton 5 Plank Open Wagon

Plastic kit of the 8-ton Midland Railway 5 plank open merchandise wagon.

One of the classic Slaters MR kits, open wagons formed the backbone of the railway wagon fleet, with goods being covered with a tarpaulin when weather protection was needed.

£28.00
MRP £30.00

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(Product Ref 102430)

Slaters 7028 0 Gauge Midland Railway 8-ton 5 Plank Open Wagon With Side and End Doors

Plastic kit of the 8-ton Midland Railway 5 plank open wagon with end door.
End door wagons were used for mineral traffic which could easily be tipped out by upending the wagon, but railway-owned 5 plank wagons would also have been used in general merchandise service. Side doors were provided to allow for manual unloading on minerals to the side of the wagon and the handling of other loads in crates or barrels.

One of the classic Slaters MR kits, open wagons formed the backbone of the railway wagon fleet, with goods being covered with a tarpaulin when weather protection was needed.

£28.00
MRP £30.00

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(Product Ref 102522)

Model kit of the Midland Railways' idiosyncratic 'short' 8 ton box vans. These quite distinctive vehicles with off-set sliding doors survived for many years in LMS revenue and later engineering service.
Supplied with metal wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers

£30.00
MRP £31.20

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(Product Ref 102523)
Based on the RCH 1923 specification 7 plank open wagons the LMS constructed a fleet of these wagons for locomotive coal service. These wagons replaced older pre-grouping wagons which were often small capacity wagons displaced from revenue stock.

Supplied complete with wheels, 3 link couplings and sprung buffers. Slaters RCH 1923 type wagon kits are supplied with etched brass W irons and compensating units.
£31.00
MRP £33.00

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(Product Ref 50351)
Slaters 7073 O Gauge LMS 6 Wheel Milk Tank

Transfers available seperately - Liveries Available

Express Dairy
Independent Milk Supplies
United Dairy
£52.50
MRP £57.00

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(Product Ref 26373)
The Railways Clearing House produced an updated set of wagon designs in 1923, modernising the wagon fittings to include now oil lubricated axle boxes. Widely adopted as the 'standard wagon' for private owners the 7 plank open wagon was selected by the LMS and LNER as their standard type for mineral traffic. Wagons to this design were also owned by the SR for mineral traffic around the Kent coal field and leased by GWR when additional capacity was needed In addition many private owners names appeared on the sides of these wagons, making this one of the most useful wagon kits in the Parkside range.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.
£34.50
MRP £38.50

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(Product Ref 33943)
849 of these brake vans were built to a Midland railway design, between 1924 and 1927. Despite their early construction, many lasted well into the 1960s, and indeed some went into civil engineer’s service into the 1970s. Transfers for LMS and BR.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.
£40.00
MRP £45.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 93021)
Parkside plastic model kit for the LMS/LNER/BR 21-ton Double Bolster Wagon.
Developed from the LNER plate wagon design these 21-ton capacity double bolster wagon were built for both the LNER and LMS. Later the design was adopted by British Railways as a standard type and around 2,400 were built in total. The last examples of these wagons were withdrawn in the 1970s, replaced by the new air braked wagon fleet. The kit is supplied with a pipe load, however the wagons carried a wide range of long loads including timber (planks) and lengths of structural metal sections. Two could be run together or with a low-sided runner wagon to convey loads longer than a single wagon.
Supplied with transfers for LMS, LNER and BR 1950s-1970s.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.

£40.00
MRP £45.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 80727)
The standard LNER Plate wagon, almost 1,000 being built before the changeover to welded construction. The LMS adopted the rivetted design in 1944, before also going over to welded versions. Lasted into the 1970s. Transfers for LNER, LMS BR 1950s – 1970s.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.
£40.00
MRP £45.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 53717)
Developed from a Midland Railway design, 950 of these vans were built between 1927 and 1931. After Nationalisation their use spread to other areas of BR, especially the Eastern Region. A few lasted into the 1990s. Transfers for LMS and BR.
Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.
£41.00
MRP £46.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 53718)
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