O Gauge Wagons

SR box vans & GWR Toads announced.
From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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Following the same design style as the standard ventilated vans of the period 200 of these fruit wagons were constructed in 1937-8. Used for fruit traffic from the Channel Islands via Weymouth, amounting to over 16,000 tons per year in the 1930s, additional ventilation and air flow provided by louvres along the body sides in addition to the bonnet vents in the ends. Classed as fruit vans they were allocated diagram Y8 in the GWR sequence the provision of standard doors allowed the wagons to be used as standard box vans for return loads and when not needed for fruit.
A further batch was built at Swindon after nationalisation and allocated B prefixed numbers, these vans featuring plywood clad ends and doors.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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Following the same design style as the standard ventilated vans of the period 200 of these fruit wagons were constructed in 1937-8. Used for fruit traffic from the Channel Islands via Weymouth, amounting to over 16,000 tons per year in the 1930s, additional ventilation and air flow provided by louvres along the body sides in addition to the bonnet vents in the ends. Classed as fruit vans they were allocated diagram Y8 in the GWR sequence the provision of standard doors allowed the wagons to be used as standard box vans for return loads and when not needed for fruit.
A further batch was built at Swindon after nationalisation and allocated B prefixed numbers, these vans featuring plywood clad ends and doors.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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The TTA wagon was developed in the 1960’s and continued in production through into the 1970’s. The wagons were built by a variety of companies, this, as well as the many variations and changes to the body and the chassis through the lifespan of the wagons created many variations and were removed from service in the early 2000’s. The wagons were originally built to haul petrochemical products across the country. Many wagons were repurposed later in life to carry a variety of other products including Caustic Soda and Calcium Carbonate slurry. Dapol will initially be modelling the 45T version with two body types which will allow Type A and Type B tankers to be produced. Other versions of this wagon will follow in later production runs.
Release planned for Q2 2022.
£78.00
MRP £91.80

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Model of BR HAA merry-go-round MGR coal hopper wagon wagon 350816 with brown painted hopper framing.
HAA hoppers were produced for the mass transport of coal from colliery to power station in a non stop loop known as `Merry Go Round Operation’, this led to the wagon being known as MGR wagons. Over 11,000 of these 32T hoppers were manufactured for BR mainly at Shildon between 1964 and 1965.
£55.00
MRP £64.75

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Model of BR HAA merry-go-round MGR coal hopper wagon wagon 356264 with brown painted hopper framing.
HAA hoppers were produced for the mass transport of coal from colliery to power station in a non stop loop known as `Merry Go Round Operation’, this led to the wagon being known as MGR wagons. Over 11,000 of these 32T hoppers were manufactured for BR mainly at Shildon between 1964 and 1965.
£55.00
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Model of BR HAA merry-go-round MGR coal hopper wagon wagon 356189 with red painted hopper framing.
HAA hoppers were produced for the mass transport of coal from colliery to power station in a non stop loop known as `Merry Go Round Operation’, this led to the wagon being known as MGR wagons. Over 11,000 of these 32T hoppers were manufactured for BR mainly at Shildon between 1964 and 1965.

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Model of BR HAA merry-go-round MGR coal hopper wagon wagon 366040 with red painted hopper framing.
HAA hoppers were produced for the mass transport of coal from colliery to power station in a non stop loop known as `Merry Go Round Operation’, this led to the wagon being known as MGR wagons. Over 11,000 of these 32T hoppers were manufactured for BR mainly at Shildon between 1964 and 1965.
£55.00
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Model of BR HAA merry-go-round MGR coal hopper wagon wagon 350651 with blue painted hopper framing.
HAA hoppers were produced for the mass transport of coal from colliery to power station in a non stop loop known as `Merry Go Round Operation’, this led to the wagon being known as MGR wagons. Over 11,000 of these 32T hoppers were manufactured for BR mainly at Shildon between 1964 and 1965.
£55.00
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Model of BR HAA merry-go-round MGR coal hopper wagon wagon 351131 with red painted hopper framing and top canopy.
HAA hoppers were produced for the mass transport of coal from colliery to power station in a non stop loop known as `Merry Go Round Operation’, this led to the wagon being known as MGR wagons. Over 11,000 of these 32T hoppers were manufactured for BR mainly at Shildon between 1964 and 1965.
To reduce dust from the coal being blown from the tops of these hoppers on some routes a number of wagons were fitted with top canopies. Dapol have produced a new tooling to model this modification.
£59.50
MRP £70.19

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Model of BR HAA merry-go-round MGR coal hopper wagon wagon 351678 with red painted hopper framing and top canopy.
HAA hoppers were produced for the mass transport of coal from colliery to power station in a non stop loop known as `Merry Go Round Operation’, this led to the wagon being known as MGR wagons. Over 11,000 of these 32T hoppers were manufactured for BR mainly at Shildon between 1964 and 1965.
To reduce dust from the coal being blown from the tops of these hoppers on some routes a number of wagons were fitted with top canopies. Dapol have produced a new tooling to model this modification.
£59.50
MRP £70.19

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Model of BR HAA merry-go-round MGR coal hopper wagon wagon 351131 with red painted hopper framing and top canopy.
HAA hoppers were produced for the mass transport of coal from colliery to power station in a non stop loop known as `Merry Go Round Operation’, this led to the wagon being known as MGR wagons. Over 11,000 of these 32T hoppers were manufactured for BR mainly at Shildon between 1964 and 1965.
To reduce dust from the coal being blown from the tops of these hoppers on some routes a number of wagons were fitted with top canopies. Dapol have produced a new tooling to model this modification.
£59.50
MRP £70.19

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The LMS introduced a new style of body for their standard 12ton box vans in 1935 with pressed steel ends and horizontal planking. 7,500 were built to Diagram D1897 in the later 1930s, Lots 823, 824 & 825 being vacuum fitted whilst Lot 826, 838, 839 and 840 were unfitted. Many further examples of these vans were built, including batches constructed after nationalisation, bringing the total to around 21,000!
LMS-built vacuum fitted vans usually had 'J hanger' suspension with rubber secondary spring pads but non-vacuum vans often had the standard RCH springing. Many of these vans were later equipped with vacuum brakes by British Railways in the 1950s, these conversions normally having low-level 'coach type' train brake hoses.
£47.25
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The LMS introduced a new style of body for their standard 12ton box vans in 1935 with pressed steel ends and horizontal planking. 7,500 were built to Diagram D1897 in the later 1930s, Lots 823, 824 & 825 being vacuum fitted whilst Lot 826, 838, 839 and 840 were unfitted. Many further examples of these vans were built, including batches constructed after nationalisation, bringing the total to around 21,000!
LMS-built vacuum fitted vans usually had 'J hanger' suspension with rubber secondary spring pads but non-vacuum vans often had the standard RCH springing. Many of these vans were later equipped with vacuum brakes by British Railways in the 1950s, these conversions normally having low-level 'coach type' train brake hoses.
£47.25
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The LMS introduced a new style of body for their standard 12ton box vans in 1935 with pressed steel ends and horizontal planking. 7,500 were built to Diagram D1897 in the later 1930s, Lots 823, 824 & 825 being vacuum fitted whilst Lot 826, 838, 839 and 840 were unfitted. Many further examples of these vans were built, including batches constructed after nationalisation, bringing the total to around 21,000!
LMS-built vacuum fitted vans usually had 'J hanger' suspension with rubber secondary spring pads but non-vacuum vans often had the standard RCH springing. Many of these vans were later equipped with vacuum brakes by British Railways in the 1950s, these conversions normally having low-level 'coach type' train brake hoses.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932. Vans to the same basic designs were built with and without vacuum train brakes, with diagram revisions often being due to internal or constructional changes.
Over 8,500 vans were built to diagrams V23 (vacuum fitted) and V24 (unfitted) between 1933 & 1943, with a further 265 on diagram V26 with internal partitioning coded PARTO and often assigned for Huntly & Palmers biscuits.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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Following the same design style as the standard ventilated vans of the period 200 of these fruit wagons were constructed in 1937-8. Used for fruit traffic from the Channel Islands via Weymouth, amounting to over 16,000 tons per year in the 1930s, additional ventilation and air flow provided by louvres along the body sides in addition to the bonnet vents in the ends. Classed as fruit vans they were allocated diagram Y8 in the GWR sequence the provision of standard doors allowed the wagons to be used as standard box vans for return loads and when not needed for fruit.
A further batch was built at Swindon after nationalisation and allocated B prefixed numbers, these vans featuring plywood clad ends and doors.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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Following the same design style as the standard ventilated vans of the period 200 of these fruit wagons were constructed in 1937-8. Used for fruit traffic from the Channel Islands via Weymouth, amounting to over 16,000 tons per year in the 1930s, additional ventilation and air flow provided by louvres along the body sides in addition to the bonnet vents in the ends. Classed as fruit vans they were allocated diagram Y8 in the GWR sequence the provision of standard doors allowed the wagons to be used as standard box vans for return loads and when not needed for fruit.
A further batch was built at Swindon after nationalisation and allocated B prefixed numbers, these vans featuring plywood clad ends and doors.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932.
The MOGO vans were fitted with end doors and drop-flaps, allowing road vehicles, typically motor cars, to be rolled inside from an end loading dock, the drop flap providing a bridge over the buffers. The vans were also fitted with standard side doors, allowing them to be used as normal ventilated vans.
Model finished in GWR goods grey livery.
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From 1927 the GWR adopted the RCH 17ft6in length steel underframe as the standard for their goods wagons, initially with a 9ft wheelbase and changed to 10ft wheelbase from 1932.
The MOGO vans were fitted with end doors and drop-flaps, allowing road vehicles, typically motor cars, to be rolled inside from an end loading dock, the drop flap providing a bridge over the buffers. The vans were also fitted with standard side doors, allowing them to be used as normal ventilated vans.
Model finished in GWR goods grey livery.
£47.25
MRP £55.51

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On taking office as CME of the SECR Richard Maunsell recruited a number of his senior staff from Swindon, including appointing Lionel Lynes to lead the carriage and wagon drawing office. Lynes produced the tri-arc roof outline for the SECRs new passenger luggage vans and ventilated box vans, both types being adopted as standard designs by the Southern Railway.
Built from WW1 until circa 1950 many of these vans ran into the 1970s, with many being equipped with vacuum trains brakes by BR. The distinctive roof outline is immediately noticeable in a train and this is a great addition to the Dapol RTR range.
£47.25
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On taking office as CME of the SECR Richard Maunsell recruited a number of his senior staff from Swindon, including appointing Lionel Lynes to lead the carriage and wagon drawing office. Lynes produced the tri-arc roof outline for the SECRs new passenger luggage vans and ventilated box vans, both types being adopted as standard designs by the Southern Railway.
Built from WW1 until circa 1950 many of these vans ran into the 1970s, with many being equipped with vacuum trains brakes by BR. The distinctive roof outline is immediately noticeable in a train and this is a great addition to the Dapol RTR range.
This van is finished as a PARTO van, meaning it has internal dividers to prevent loads from shifting. Many PARTO vans were allocated to Huntley & Palmers of Reading for conveying biscuits.
£47.25
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This model finished as diagram AA15 Toad number 56683 in GWR goods grey livery. This diagram featured self-contained style buffers and J hanger type secondary suspension.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119725)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This model finished as diagram AA15 Toad number 68684 in GWR goods grey livery. This diagram featured self-contained style buffers and J hanger type secondary suspension.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119726)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This model finished as diagram AA15 Toad number W17953 in British Railways grey livery. This diagram featured self-contained style buffers and J hanger type secondary suspension.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119727)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
Unnumbered model of a GWR diagram AA15 Toad. This diagram featured self-contained style buffers and J hanger type secondary suspension.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119728)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This model finished as diagram AA19 Toad number 114925 in GWR goods grey livery. Incorporating RCH buffers and fittings this diagram featured T hanger and link type secondary suspension.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119729)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This model finished as diagram AA20 Toad number W68673 in British Railways grey livery. Externally identical to AA19 detail design incorporated the 1930s RCH underframe. Fitted with RCH type spindle buffers and the T hanger and link type secondary suspension.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119730)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This model finished as diagram AA21 Toad number 17410 in GWR goods grey livery. This diagram featured full vacuum brake fittings with the brake cylinder mounted between the sand boxes on the veranda.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119731)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This model finished as diagram AA21 Toad number W17445 in British Railways bauxite livery. This diagram featured full vacuum brake fittings with the brake cylinder mounted between the sand boxes on the veranda.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119732)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This model finished as diagram AA21 Toad number W17390 in British Railways bauxite livery. This diagram featured full vacuum brake fittings with the brake cylinder mounted between the sand boxes on the veranda.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119733)
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Announced Autumn 2022, planned production Late 2023.
A highly detailed model of the GWRs standard 24-feet length goods train brake van, introduced from 1912 and built, with many detail differences, until 1950. The long wheelbase of these vans gave the guard a good ride, with a very effective hand brake and a large cabin which allowed extra crew to be accommodated.
This is an unnumbered model of a diagram AA21 Toad in British Railways bauxite livery. This diagram featured full vacuum brake fittings with the brake cylinder mounted between the sand boxes on the veranda.
£86.25
MRP £101.52

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 119734)
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