OO9 RTR Goods Wagons

Narrow Gauge Goods Wagons from contractors lines, North Wales, Lynton & Barnstaple and WD WW1 trench railways.

The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates. A fleet of these wagons was purchased for service on the Ashover Light Railway. 

£25.00
MRP £29.95
Warehouse: 2
Gloucester: 2
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(Product Ref 74781)
Peco GR-200U unlettered Lynton & Barnstaple Railway open wagon grey with black ironwork.

A detailed model of the open wagons built for the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway finished in grey with black ironwork and unlettered except for the empty/tare weight information on the bottom plank.
These unlettered wagons are being produced to allow modellers to create a ready-to-run wagon fleet for a freelanced narrow gauge line. Lettering can be added from the many water-slide decal and dry transfer sheets available from transfer suppliers, stationery stores and specialist arts & crafts suppliers.
Length 60mm over couplings
£18.50
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 31858)

A detailed model of Southern Railway wagon 28308, one of the former Lynton and Barnstaple Railway open wagons.

A free running OO9 model featuring plenty of detail with separately fitted brake hangers, brake levers and vacuum pipes.

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway was well equiped with, by narrow gauge standards, large 4-wheel open wagons and box vans supplied by the Bristol Railway Carriage and Wagon Company. At 4 tons capacity the open wagons were roughly half the capacity of a standard gauge coal wagons of the same period and well suited to the delivery of coal and agricultral goods on the narrow gauge line.
Following the sale of the L&B to the Southern Railway the wagons were renumbered into the Southerns' goods wagon numbering system.
Length 60mm over couplings
£18.50
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 95071)
A detailed model of Southern Railway wagon 28304, one of the former Lynton and Barnstaple Railway open wagons.

A free running OO9 model featuring plenty of detail with separately fitted brake hangers, brake levers and vacuum pipes.

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway was well equiped with, by narrow gauge standards, large 4-wheel open wagons and box vans supplied by the Bristol Railway Carriage and Wagon Company. At 4 tons capacity the open wagons were roughly half the capacity of a standard gauge coal wagons of the same period and well suited to the delivery of coal and agricultral goods on the narrow gauge line.
Following the sale of the L&B to the Southern Railway the wagons were renumbered into the Southerns' goods wagon numbering system.
Length 60mm over couplings
£18.50
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 94036)
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates, while shells, rations, ammunition, timber, fuel and water in cans and even troops could be carried easily.
Model finished in WHR red goods wagon livery.
£23.00
MRP £26.95

Bristol: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 74782)
These covered box vans were ordered for use as ambulance vans on the WW1 narrow gauge trench railway system. The tall vans were not a great success on the temporary tracks of the front line, but proved suitable for the more permanent track found on estate railway systems.
Model finished in WD WW1 grey with weathered finish.
£38.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107411)
While the ambulance vans may not have been successful on the wartime trench railways the WD vans were useful additions Nocton Estate potato railways network. The vans appear to have been used as mobile stores for items like sacks, which could then be moved quickly to where they were needed.
Model finished in Nocton Estates light grey livery.
£38.95
MRP £42.95

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(Product Ref 107412)
Expected July 2019
These covered box vans were ordered for use as ambulance vans on the WW1 narrow gauge trench railway system. Not a success on the rough battlefield track they were useful on more permanent railway systems.
This model is finished in the crimson livery of the Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway, a tourist miniature railway line opened in 1960 with rolling stock from the Nocton Estates railways.
£38.95

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(Product Ref 6775)

Expected July 2019

These covered box vans were ordered for use as ambulance vans on the WW1 narrow gauge trench railway system were not a success on the battlefield, but proved suitable for more permanent railway systems.
This model is finished in the brown goods wagon livery of the Southern Railway who gained the narrow gauge Lynton and Barnstaple line following the grouping in 1923.

£38.95

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(Product Ref 7013)

These covered box vans were ordered for use as ambulance vans on the WW1 narrow gauge trench railway system were not a success on the battlefield, but proved suitable for more permanent railway systems.

£38.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107413)

These covered box vans were ordered for use as ambulance vans on the WW1 narrow gauge trench railway system were not a success on the battlefield, but proved suitable for more permanent railway systems.

£38.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107414)
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates, while shells, rations, ammunition, timber, fuel and water in cans and even troops could be carried easily. The wagons could even be adapted quickly to carry casualties on stretchers.

£27.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 74779)
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates, while shells, rations, ammunition, timber, fuel and water in cans and even troops could be carried easily.

The Nocton Estate Light Railway was one of two large systems of narrow gauge railways in Lincolnshire using ex-WD wagons to transport the annual potato crop to local mainline railway stations. The estates principal custmer being Smiths Crisps. A considerable number of these D type bogie open wagons were operated, being ideal the rapid loading and unloading of potatos during the frenetic harvesting seasons. When not needed for the crops these open wagons could equaly easily be used to load farm supplies, animal feed and materials for the maintenance of tracks, fences, roads and gateways.
£31.95

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(Product Ref 107415)
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates. A fleet of these wagons was purchased for service on the Ashover Light Railway. 

£29.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107416)
Expected May 2019
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates, while shells, rations, ammunition, timber, fuel and water in cans and even troops could be carried easily.
Model finished in Southern Railway goods wagon brown livery.
£26.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 21600)
Expected May 2019
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates, while shells, rations, ammunition, timber, fuel and water in cans and even troops could be carried easily.
The Ashover Light Railway was owned by the Clay Cross company and built to serve the companys' stone quarries and roadstone crusher/tarmacadam plant. The railways' rolling stock was almost entirely ex-WD 'war surplus' and these D type wagons with their flat floors and full-length drop sides were the preferred design for transporting aggregate products.
£26.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 5207)
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates, while shells, rations, ammunition, timber, fuel and water in cans and even troops could be carried easily.
£27.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107417)
Model of a brake van, built to provide a riding van with an internal hand brake for the train brakeman while the train was moving around the depot.
Price and delivery to be advised.
£0.00

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(Product Ref 107420)
Model of a brake van, built to provide a riding van with an internal hand brake for the train brakeman while the train was moving around the depot. Finished in Stafold Barn Railway brown livery.
Price and delivery to be advised.
£0.00

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(Product Ref 107421)