Later British Railways Coaches 1957-1968

Era 5 Maroon and Regional liveries.
Hornby R4764 OO Gauge BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Brake Third Coach Right Hand Corridor BR Maroon Livery

Dimensions - Length 242mm.

Separate hand rails, high detail

£37.50
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Hornby R4765 OO Gauge BR ex-GWR Collett 'Bow Ended' Standard 57' Corridor Brake Third Class Coach Left Hand Corridor BR Maroon Livery

>Dimensions - Length 242mm.

Separate hand rails, high detail

£37.50
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Hornby R4766 OO Gauge BR ex-GWR Collett 'Bow Ended' Standard 57' Corridor Composite Coach Left Hand Corridor BR Maroon Livery

Dimensions - Length 242mm.

Separate hand rails, high detail

£37.50
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Dimensions - Length 275mm.

A detailed model of the GWR style auto trailer coaches built by British Railways for use with class 14xx, 64xx and 4575 locomotives in push-pull trains.

The models' detailed underframe includes suspended steps and representation of front end cab control apparatus along with a host of features such as bogies fitted with all axle phosphor bronze (low friction) bearings. The bodyshell features a detailed passenger interior and roof detail includes individually fitted GWR style shell vents. To cap off these great models, we have incorporated prototypical length buffers and buffer beam detailing accessories. Model painted in the BR lined maroon livery which was used from 1957. Era 5 1957-1966. 

£72.45
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Hornby R4767 OO Gauge BR ex-GWR Collett 'Bow Ended' Standard 57' Corridor Composite Coach Right Hand Corridor BR Maroon Livery

Dimensions - Length 242mm.

Separate hand rails, high detail

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Detailed model of the Bulleid design corridor stock coaches built for the Southern Railway.
This model of brake third class coach S2860S is finished in the British railways Southern region green livery.
Era 4-5, 1948-1968
£45.00
MRP £58.49
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Bachmann Branchline 39-580 OO Gauge BR Western Region Auto Trailer Chocolate & Cream (Preserved) Livery

Dimensions - Length 275mm.

This highly detailed model features a detailed underframe including suspended steps and representation of front end cab control apparatus along with a host of features such as bogies fitted with all axle phosphor bronze (low friction) bearings. The bodyshell includes a detailed passenger interior and roof details with individually fitted GWR style shell vents. To finsih the coach prototypical length buffers are fitted and buffer beam detailing accessories are supplied. Eras 7-9 1971 onwards (Preserved).

£63.75
MRP £74.95

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The West Coast Railway Company WCRC operates a fleet of Mk1 coaches for tour train services including the Fort William to Mallaig Jacobite steam-hauled service.

Second class coaches formed the backbone of the passenger carriage fleet. The use of open plan seating allowed all passengers to be seated at a table, plus provided seats for more passengers with less weight when compared to traditional side-corridor coaches.

Fitted with seated passenger figures

£60.95
MRP £69.95

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When it comes to coaching stock the non-corridor ‘Suburban’ coaches were certainly not the celebrities, but nonetheless they played a vital role moving hundreds of commuters in and out of cities and providing accommodation on branch lines and local trains. Despite inheriting all manner of non-corridor coaches from its predecessors, BR built its own fleet of standard non-corridor coaches and these popular Bachmann Branchline models depict the 57ft Mk1 ‘Suburbans’.
Model finished in BR lined maroon livery. Era 5 1957-1966
£34.95

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When it comes to coaching stock the non-corridor ‘Suburban’ coaches were certainly not the celebrities, but nonetheless they played a vital role moving hundreds of commuters in and out of cities and providing accommodation on branch lines and local trains. Despite inheriting all manner of non-corridor coaches from its predecessors, BR built its own fleet of standard non-corridor coaches and these popular Bachmann Branchline models depict the 57ft Mk1 ‘Suburbans’.
Model finished in BR lined maroon livery. Era 5 1957-1966
£34.95

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When it comes to coaching stock the non-corridor ‘Suburban’ coaches were certainly not the celebrities, but nonetheless they played a vital role moving hundreds of commuters in and out of cities and providing accommodation on branch lines and local trains. Despite inheriting all manner of non-corridor coaches from its predecessors, BR built its own fleet of standard non-corridor coaches and these popular Bachmann Branchline models depict the 57ft Mk1 ‘Suburbans’.
Model finished in BR lined maroon livery. Era 5 1957-1966
£34.95

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New model of the Bulleid design brake third class coach with 'semi-open' seating arrangements.
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Era 4-5 1948-1968 (British Railways)
£66.95
MRP £74.95

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New model of the Bulleid design brake composite coach.
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Era 4-5 1948-1968 (British Railways)
£66.95
MRP £74.95

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Detailed model of the Thompson design LNER BG (brake, gangwayed) full brake coach for luggage and mails.
Model finished as painted in the later British Railways lined maroon livery.
£66.95
MRP £69.95

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Detailed model of the Thompson design LNER BG (brake, gangwayed) full brake coach for luggage and mails.
Model finished as painted in the later British Railways lined maroon livery.
£66.95
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Detailed model of the British Railways mark 1 TSO second class open plan seating coach number M5045 equipped with Commonwealth bogies and finished in blue and grey livery.
Fitted with seated passsenger figures.
£60.95
MRP £69.95

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Detailed model of the British Railways mark 1 BSK second class side corridor compartment coach with brake and luggage stowage van number SC35393 equipped with BR1 bogies and finished in lined maroon livery.
£52.95
MRP £59.95

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Detailed model of the British Railways mark 1 BSK second class side corridor compartment coach with brake and luggage stowage van number SC35393 equipped with BR1 bogies and finished in lined maroon livery.

Fitted with seated passenger figures
£60.95
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New highly detailed models of the GWR diagram E140 brake composite coaches which were built as pairs formed into 2-coach 'B set' trains. These 2-coach sets were the normal train for many branch lines or could be coupled together when needed for mainline local stopping services. Introduced in 1930 the diagram E140 coaches featured partially recessed door handles and recessed guards' doors similar to the express stock being constructed around the same time. These highly detailed models include full interior detailing with seating, luggage racks and lighting.
Finished as coaches W6989W and W6990W in later British Railways lined maroon livery.
£150.00
MRP £169.95

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The GWR traffic department made extensive use of the gangway fitted Siphon G ventilated milk vans for carrying passenger luggage, parcels and pre-sorted mail by regular passenger trains services and by the network of dedicated parcels and mail trains. In the mid 1920s a revised design of Siphon G appeared with inside body framing, the external vertical planked body now presenting a much more pleasing appearance. Vehicles to this basic style continued to be constructed into the early British Railways era, with the last being withdrawn circa 1980 having been used as newspaper sorting and packing vans, taking the daily national papers into the West of England.
Model finished as diagram O.33 Siphon G W2942W in British Railways maroon livery.
£54.95

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The GWR traffic department made extensive use of the gangway fitted Siphon G ventilated milk vans for carrying passenger luggage, parcels and pre-sorted mail by regular passenger trains services and by the network of dedicated parcels and mail trains. In the mid 1920s a revised design of Siphon G appeared with inside body framing, the external vertical planked body now presenting a much more pleasing appearance. Vehicles to this basic style continued to be constructed into the early British Railways era, with the last being withdrawn circa 1980 having been used as newspaper sorting and packing vans, taking the daily national papers into the West of England.
Model finished as British Railways ex-GWR Siphon G W2960 in BR maroon livery.
£54.95

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A useful 3-coach 'set' of London & South Western Railway coaches comprising two Brake Thirds and a Composite coach. These packs are supplied in a book set format packaging. The three vehicles are numbered accordingly to create an authentic coach set, with set numbers applied to the brake end of each Brake Third vehicle.
Featuring an abundance of detail, including separately fitted roof ventilators, handrails, grab handles and underframe components, this coach pack will make a fine addition to any collection or Southern Railway layout.
£191.20
MRP £224.95

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£42.99

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£39.99
MRP £42.49

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£39.99
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The Mk1 RB is a Mk1 Restaurant Buffet coach containing a kitchen and a serving buffet counter. As well as these features the coach would also feature seating, usually with a capacity of 23 passengers.
£39.99
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While train travel may have become more standardised in the BR era, this did not dampen the majesty of a steam hauled service. This set includes the 4-6-2 LNER A4 locomotive, the fastest steam locomotive in the world as it could be seen in BR days, without perhaps its most iconic colour scheme but with some very complimentary BR Maroon Mark 1 coaches.

This set contains a starter oval of track and a siding providing a good size layout for you to get started. This included circuit can be expanded with our easy to add track extension packs.

£194.99

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£37.99

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All of these coaches are Era 5 models. This era covers the interesting transition from steam to diesel locomotives between 1957 and 1968. British Railways mark 1 coaches predominated on express services with the later pre-nationalisation company designs on secondary services and the first of the new mark 2 coach desgn entering service before the corporate blue and grey livery appeared.
Details of the periods covered by the era numbers can be found here. 

In 1957 British Railways changed the principal paint scheme for passenger coaches to lined maroon, similar to the former Midland/LMS livery. At the same time each region was authorised to reintroduce named expresses and paint coaches in special liveries for these trains. Great Western chocolate and cream quickly reappeared, while the Southern rapidly repainted coaches into green, matching the EMU stock. After testing the scheme in 1964 BR adopted a corporate livery of blue and grey, though the maroon and regional painted vehicles survived in service for several years. However the use of Mk.1 coaches on heritage railways has seen many hundreds of these coaches repainted in Era 5 liveries, including coaches in service today for mainline tour and charter trains.