TheÂ third batch of Dapols' excellent HabFis2 design sliding door ferry vans will be in the yellow Blue Circle cement livery.Â TheÂ model features a high level ofÂ detailing and lettering, with correct bogies and a new sprung coupling design offering closer coupling on straight track.
The high cargo volume capacity offered and ease of access for fork-truck loading made the HabFis2 wagons popular with several domestic UK customers in addition to their trans-Europe duties.
Model painted in the engineers yellow livery with Network Rail lettering as number 70 5992 021-3.
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Long awaited model, fully painted and detailed and representing the BR air-braked hopper wagon introduced for 'Merry-go-Round' (MGR) trains in the late 60's and then known as HOP AB. It wasn't until the introduction of the TOPS (Total Operations Processing System) computer system by BR in the early 70's that the wagon was recoded as HAA.
Block trains carrying specialised loads are a feature of the modern railway. All Peco wagons feature free running wheels in pin point axles. The ELC coupling, whilst compatible with the standard N gauge couplings, keeps a realistic distance between vehicles and enables the PL-25 electro magnetic decoupler to be used for remote uncoupling.
The JNA open wagons form part of the fleet of ballast carriers used by Network Rail. Trains of these wagons a frequently operated with ballast cleaner units and on track renewal operations, arriving with fresh ballast and taking away the dirty and worn ballast.