OO9 Dundas Kits

Pastic kits of OO9 wagons and coaches
from the Dundas range

Useful longer wheelbase underframe for narrow gauge wagons
Supplied with 9mm gauge wheelsets on long axles suitable for regauging up to 12mm gauge.
£7.85
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 79621)
Model kit of the Tralee & Dingle Railway covered van. These vans were designed to allow cattle loading but were used for general goods traffic wshen not needed for cattle service.
Supplied with 12mm gauge wheelsets. Wheels can easily be adjusted to 9mm gauge.
£13.80
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 37896)

Lifiting loop couplers as fitted to ready-to-run OO9, HOe and HOm narrow gauge model railway rolling stock. These couplers are designed to be able to be fitted in the coupler pockets of N gauge chassis and can be glued to the ends of kit-built models.

£4.35

Bristol: 6
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 94584)
The new OO-9 couplers for modellers who wish to replace exisiting couplers, or keep a supply of spares. Supplied in two parts, which are easily assembled, the coupler will fit into a NEM355 pocket.


4 couplers per pack.
£4.35

Bristol: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 4793)
Nicely detailed kit building a model of one of the Snailbeach District Railways ore and aggregate hopper wagons.
The stock of the Snailbeach District Railways was laterly almost entirely owned by the well-known light railway specialist Colonel Stephens. Two WD Baldwin 4-6-0 engines were used on this line.
£7.15

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(Product Ref 53384)

Nicely detailed kit building a model of the Snailbeach District Railways coal wagon.
This is a basic style open wagon as used by the Snailbeach District Railways and typical of the simple wood construction open wagons which might have supplied as a standard design to any narrow gauge line.

£7.15

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(Product Ref 79468)
Parkside plastic assembly kit building a model of the Vale of Rheidol railways' passenger coaches. These coaches are comparable in size to the Lynton & Barnstaple stock, providing the option for variation in passenger rolling stock for a narrow gauge model railway

These twelve identical bogie coaches were built for the opening of the railway in 1902. All twelve when built were 7 compartment 3rd class coaches, open above the seat backs, however, as the need arose some were converted to other uses. 2 coaches were converted into open 3rd class coaches by having their sides stripped above the waist and two large windows cut in each end.
This kit contains updated side and roof mouldings and can be easily converted into the later modified semi-open version.
£16.70

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(Product Ref 5389)
Pack of low-backed passenger coach seats
£2.50

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(Product Ref 65753)

Plastic assembly kit building a model of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railways' 4-wheel open wagons in original condition with flap type side doors.

£9.40

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(Product Ref 64055)

Plastic assembly kit building a model of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railways' 4-wheel open wagons in later condition with side hung cupboard type side doors.

£9.40

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(Product Ref 109303)

Plastic assembly kit building a model of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railways' 4-wheel covered goods van.

£9.40

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(Product Ref 109304)
Plastic kit building a model of the Vale of Rheidol narrow gauge brake van.
Kits are a good source for adding models not available ready-to-run. Narrow gauge lines often bought builders standard wagon designs, so this kit can easily be adapted for a fictitious narrow gauge line.
£11.75

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(Product Ref 79467)

A detailed plastic kit building a model of the WW1 War Department class D bogie open wagon.

Many thousands of these wagons were built, being suitable for carrying most types of stores from ammuniton to rations and even able to be fitted to carry stretchers for the evacuation of the wounded.
After the end of the war these wagons were bought by narrow gauge railways and industrial operators, the full-length drop-side design being suitable for all types on minerals including coal and aggregate. The wagons were also purchased for use on large farm estates, including the potato farms operated by Smiths crisps.
While this wagon will be produced in a ready-to-run form by Bachmann kit building allows for greater variations to be recreated by altering the pieces during construction.

£12.25

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(Product Ref 87510)

A detailed plastic kit building a model of the WW1 War Department class E bogie open wagon with lower central well floor.

Similar to the more numerous D class the E class featured a lowered floor between the bogies forming a well suitable for carrying taller loads or for light weight loads like hay for horses. It appears both soldiers and later railway operators found these wagons rather inconvenient to use, the design of the upper drop doors leaving a bar along the side at floor level, preventing easy loading and unloading of the well section. While many found post-war buyers, it appears these were only used if no alternative wagons were available!
Bachmann are producing a model of the more common D class wagons, this kit offers an alternative to add variety to a wagon fleet. Kit building also allows the builder to alter a model during construction, either in prototype fashion to model a wagon with the well area boarded over, or more drastic alterations to create a side-less well wagon, or with sides altered to give full height doors hinged from the bottom of the well area.

£12.25

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(Product Ref 76789)
These two coaches were built by the Festiniog Railway in the early preservation era using chassis from Hudson bogie flat wagons with bogies similar to the WW1 designs.

A number of narrow gauge railways had coaches built on former wagon chassis, often in the same semi-open style, including lines built to serve quarries and military depots, where passenger service was added later and coaches were built from stock on hand.
£13.80

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(Product Ref 6416)
Pack of 5 steel sided slate wagons modelled from Festiniog Railway prototypes. Slate wagons of similar design were used by all of the Welsh slate railways.
£29.15

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(Product Ref 109305)
Plastic kit building a pair of WW1 type Hudson 4-wheel bogies.
The kit supplies parts to build these as single bolster wagons and a H girder load is supplied.

This kits can be used to build two of the WW1 wagon bogies for use under a wagon or coach, or to construct a pair of single bolster wagons. Single bolster wagons were usually worked as a pair and used to haul long loads like steel sections and timber by using the load itself as the connection between the bogies. A number of these wagons were used by the military services for logging operations during both world wars.
£11.75

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(Product Ref 90580)

Intended to provide covered vans for the conveyance of supplies to the front line and be quickly converted to return with wounded soldiers on stretchers these vans quickly proved unsuitable for service on the rough track of the WW1 front line trench railways. The vans were put to good use at supply depots where the track was better maintained and later on agricultural railways which made use of the readily available ex-WD wagons.

£13.80

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(Product Ref 109306)
Plastic kit building a model of a saloon type 4 wheel coach with central door based on a coach operated by the Glyn Valley Tramway.
Kits are a good source for adding models not available ready-to-run. Narrow gauge lines often bought builders standard wagon designs, so this kit can easily be adapted for a fictitious narrow gauge line.
£11.20

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(Product Ref 109307)
Plastic kit building a model of a 2 compartment 4 wheel coach based on coaches operated by the Glyn Valley Tramway.
Kits are a good source for adding models not available ready-to-run. Narrow gauge lines often bought builders standard wagon designs, so this kit can easily be adapted for a fictitious narrow gauge line.
£11.20

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(Product Ref 109308)

The stone carrying Ashover Light Railway modified its' former WW1 War Department drop-floor type E wagons to have a full-length level floor at the standard height. The wagons could still be identified as they retained a central drop door instead of the two-part drop side design of the type D wagons.

£12.25

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(Product Ref 109309)
This kit builds a model of the later steel bodied open wagons supplied to contractors and industrial narrow gauge lines by Robert Hudson Ltd. The robust construction of these wagons have ensured these are often found on preserved lines.


£9.40

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(Product Ref 7689)
Parkside plastic kit building a model of the slat-sided wood bodied open wagons built by the Hudson company for the RAF and used in many ammunition depots, leading to the type being widely known as the 'bomb truck'.


£9.40

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(Product Ref 3329)
Robert Hudson Ltd of Leeds was one of the main suppliers of narrow gauge equipment in the United Kingdom, supplying a standard range of rolling stock suitable for temporary contractors lines and industrial railways.
This kit builds a model of the early (inter-war) wooden bodied open wagons supplied by the Hudson company as general use open wagons. developed from the experience of WW1 service demands these wagons were light enough to be pushed by hand, but with underfarmes suitable for locomotive haulage. A large number were built and many have survived for further service on preserved lines.
£9.40

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(Product Ref 73326)
Plastic kit building a model of an open-sided 2 compartments based on coaches operated by the Glyn Valley Tramway.
Kits are a good source for adding models not available ready-to-run. Narrow gauge lines often bought builders standard wagon designs, so this kit can easily be adapted for a fictitious narrow gauge line.
£11.20

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(Product Ref 109310)

Plastic assembly kit building a model of a small 4 wheel covered goods van based on the vans owned by the Glyn valley Tramway.

£9.40

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(Product Ref 109311)
A pack of 5 of the Hudson V form side tipping or skip wagons.
 
These wagons were the primary type used by contractors and aggregate railways, making this pack of 5 an excellent way to make a 'train' for a small steam or diesel locomotive.
The wagons could be emptied quickly and easily by releasing the locking mechanism and pushing the top of the skip to over-balance it, dumping the load. Ideal for shifting earth and aggregates, even delivering ready-mixed cement!

The sand pits around Leighton Buzzard, now the home of the Leighton Buzzard narrow gauge heritage railway, operated a vast fleet of these wagons to move sand between the pits and sidings alongside the LMS mainline. Most narrow gauge railways have some of these wagons around for engineering service.
£29.15

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(Product Ref 45291)

Plastic assembly kit building a model of the Welsh Highland Heritage Railways' 'Bro Madog Eisteddfod' coach.

This coach has been built by the Welsh Highland Heritage Railway in recent years using the traditional method of adapting a wagon underframe and constructing a passenger coach body onto it. The result is a coach of a typical narrow gauge style with match-boarded sides riding on Hudson type wagon bogies. Like all kits the coach can easily be modified during construction to create a design unique to an alternative model narrow gauge line.

£16.70

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(Product Ref 2758)
Pack of 5 Glyn Valley Tramway 4 ton mineral wagon kits. These simple 4 wheel wagons were built to carry the stone quarries from the Glyn Valley to the canal and railway wharfs in Chirk. The wagons were a simple and robust design with a full-length drop side door. The top plank was fixed, increasing the strength and rigidity of the body.
£35.45

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(Product Ref 48952)
Plastic kit building a coach modelled on the coaches of the Festiniog and Blaenau Railway.
Kits are a good source for adding models not available ready-to-run. Narrow gauge lines often bought builders standard wagon designs, so this kit can easily be adapted for a fictitious narrow gauge line.
£11.20

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(Product Ref 109314)
Plastic kit building models of the very basic quarrymens coaches operated by the Festiniog Railway for the quarry workers who lived away from the quarrys and travelled daily or weekly from their homes.
Kits are a good source for adding models not available ready-to-run. Narrow gauge lines often bought builders standard wagon designs, so this kit can easily be adapted for a fictitious narrow gauge line.
£11.20

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 109315)