OO9 RTR Goods Wagons

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

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.
£24.95
MRP £38.95
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Plymouth: 1
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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.
£28.95
MRP £42.95
Warehouse: 1
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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.
£28.95
MRP £38.95
Warehouse: 2
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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
Warehouse: 1
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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.
£20.95
MRP £31.95
Warehouse: 2
Stroud: 1
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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.
£19.99
MRP £27.95
Warehouse: 1
Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
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Model of a RNAD covered box van, a type used extensively to move general stores around military depots.
Statfold Barn white livery.
£29.95
Warehouse: 2
Cardiff: 1
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A detailed model of Lynton and Barnstaple Railway open wagon number 1

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 equipped 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 agricultural goods on the narrow gauge line.
Length 60mm over couplings
£24.95
Warehouse: 1
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The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway 8 ton goods brake vans were built by the Bristol Carriage & Wagon Works in 1897, the company supplying three of these useful vehicles that could carry goods as well acting as the brake van and equipped with vacuum train brakes suitable for use with passenger trains.
This Peco model finished in the later L&B red livery as number 14 replicates the early open veranda style and features operating opening side doors, fine printing and metal rimmed wheels
£39.00
MRP £43.95
Warehouse: 1
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Trains of slate wagons used to be gravity run from the quarries at Blaenau Ffestiniog to the harbour at Porthmadoc, this model pack is of 3 unbraked vehicles and has removable slate loads which are conveniently hollow, thus giving the modeller the added option of including some further weight if required.

Roughly one in five wagons was fitted with brakes. These were spread throughout the train and turned so the brake handles were all on the same side of the train, pointing towards Porthmadog. Different colours painted on the side bars denoted the various slate quarry companies; our packs feature random selections of these.
As these wagons tend to run in long rakes, the models have semi-permanent close-couplings fitted in their NEM pockets. These can be pulled out with fine nosed pliers and replaced with conventional OO-9 hoop-and-loop couplings (supplied) at each end of the rake.
£39.95
MRP £44.95
Warehouse: 2
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Trains of slate wagons used to be gravity run from the quarries at Blaenau Ffestiniog to the harbour at Porthmadoc, this model pack of 3 ready to run wagons includes 1 braked vehicle and removable slate loads which are conveniently hollow, thus giving the modeller the added option of including some further weight if required.
Roughly one in five wagons was fitted with brakes. These were spread throughout the train and turned so the brake handles were all on the same side of the train, pointing towards Porthmadog. Different colours painted on the side bars denoted the various slate quarry companies; our packs feature random selections of these.
As these wagons tend to run in long rakes, the models have semi-permanent close-couplings fitted in their NEM pockets. These can be pulled out with fine nosed pliers and replaced with conventional OO-9 hoop-and-loop couplings (supplied) at each end of the rake.
£39.95
MRP £44.95
Warehouse: 2
Bristol: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
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Robert Hudson Ltd of Leeds are one of the best-known British suppliers of industrial narrow gauge and contractors' railway equipment. The 'Rugga' skip was probably their most numerous product, with several hundred still to be found on narrow gauge heritage lines, often still delivering ballast for the permanent way gang!

The familiar Rugga V-Skip tipping wagon design was introduced in the 1930s, developed from earlier designs dating back to the earliest railways and similar wagons ordered from Hudsons for WW1 trench railway requirements. They could be supplied to the customer's specific requirements with a skip size ranging from 13.5 to 54 cubic feet (0.38 to 1.53 cubic metres) and in most track gauges. The company boasted that at any one time several thousand could be supplied from stock!
The design allows the skip to tip in either direction, perfect for small industrial railways that needed to move and unload materials quickly and efficiently.

The Peco models are supplied in packs or 3 skips, complete with integral OO9 loop couplers designed for prototypical close coupling. This pack is finished with a grey painted body, one of the standard colours applied to a newly delivered or unusually well maintained skip (eg a preserved example).

£39.95
MRP £44.95
Warehouse: 3
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Small 4-wheel coaches were the usual choice for narrow gauge railways, being well suited to the small gauge and sharp curvature of many of these lines.
This freelance model of a guards' brake and luggage van is based on the Glyn Valley Tramway coach design, so matches well with the GVT coaches and can also be used as a goods train brake van.

Peco are usually able to supply us with their models quickly, please allow 14 days for delivery.
£33.75
MRP £37.50
Warehouse: 4
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A detailed OO9 narrow gauge model of Snailbeach & District Railways ore hopper wagon number 32 in grey livery.
The Snailbeach line was built to haul lead ore from the quarries around Snailbeach & Stiperstones in Shropshire to an interchange with the GWR at Pontesbury. The 2ft4in gauge line was well equipped, using rapid-discharge hopper wagons to transfer the load into standard gauge wagons. After WW1 two Baldwin 4-6-0T engines (as modelled by Bachmann) provided the main motive power for the line.
Model fitted with removable (NEM fitting) couplers and metal-rimmed wheels.
£27.50
Warehouse: 3
Gloucester: 1
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Model of a RNAD covered box van, a type used extensively to move general stores around military depots.

£29.95

Cardiff: 1
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Robert Hudson Ltd of Leeds are one of the best-known British suppliers of industrial narrow gauge and contractors' railway equipment. The 'Rugga' skip was probably their most numerous product, with several hundred still to be found on narrow gauge heritage lines, often still delivering ballast for the permanent way gang!

The familiar Rugga V-Skip tipping wagon design was introduced in the 1930s, developed from earlier designs dating back to the earliest railways and similar wagons ordered from Hudsons for WW1 trench railway requirements. They could be supplied to the customer's specific requirements with a skip size ranging from 13.5 to 54 cubic feet (0.38 to 1.53 cubic metres) and in most track gauges. The company boasted that at any one time several thousand could be supplied from stock!
The design allows the skip to tip in either direction, perfect for small industrial railways that needed to move and unload materials quickly and efficiently.

The Peco models are supplied in packs or 3 skips, complete with integral OO9 loop couplers designed for prototypical close coupling. This pack is finished with a brown skip body, possibly a good starting point to recreate the typical well-rusted appearance!

£39.95
MRP £44.95

Stroud: 1
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A detailed OO9 narrow gauge model of a Snailbeach & District Railways ore hopper wagon. Unlettered brown, which would not be a bad stat to represent an unpainted wagon.
The Snailbeach line was built to haul lead ore from the quarries around Snailbeach & Stiperstones in Shropshire to an interchange with the GWR at Pontesbury. The 2ft4in gauge line was well equipped, using rapid-discharge hopper wagons to transfer the load into standard gauge wagons. After WW1 two Baldwin 4-6-0T engines (as modelled by Bachmann) provided the main motive power for the line.
Model fitted with removable (NEM fitting) couplers and metal-rimmed wheels.
£27.50

Gloucester: 1
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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

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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.

£29.95

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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 Statfold Barn Railway brown livery.
£31.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 24
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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 Welsh Highland Railway red livery.
£29.95

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Model of a RNAD covered box van, a type used extensively to move general stores around military depots.
Statfold Barn brown livery.
£29.95

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Model of an ex-MoD RNAD wagon converted to a general purpose open wagon suitable for any narrow gauge line. Welsh Highland Railway red livery.

£29.95

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£29.95

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Model of a RNAD flat wagon with raised ends for carrying shells between loading points and storage bunkers. Model supplied with a sleeper load.
£29.95

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Wagon 22 was an open bogie vehicle of 8 ton capacity built at the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway’s workshop at Pilton in 1903 to complement the existing fleet, which included a number of similar vehicles built by Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works. From new all freight vehicles were painted light grey with black ironwork, under Southern Railway ownership the wagons were repainted standard SR brown, and number 22 became SR number 28313.

This Peco model faithfully represents L&B wagon 22, with careful attention being paid to details in the livery, plus separately-fitted brake levers and vacuum brake pipes.
As with previous Peco OO9 narrow gauge models this is a free running wagon and complete with couplings which plug into the integral NEM pocket.

£33.95

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Peco GR-231 OO9 narrow gauge Southern Railway Lynton & Barnstaple line bogie open goods wagon number 28313.

Wagon 22 was an open bogie vehicle of 8 ton capacity built at the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway’s workshop at Pilton in 1903 to complement the existing fleet, which included a number of similar vehicles built by Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works. From new all freight vehicles were painted light grey with black ironwork, under Southern Railway ownership the wagons were repainted standard SR brown, and number 22 became SR number 28313.

This Peco model faithfully represents L&B wagon 22 in it's later guise under Southern Railway ownership as SR 28313. Careful attention has been paid to details in the livery, plus separately-fitted brake levers and vacuum brake pipes.
As with previous Peco OO9 narrow gauge models this is a free running wagon and complete with couplings which plug into the integral NEM pocket.

£33.95

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The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway 8 ton goods brake vans were built by the Bristol Carriage & Wagon Works in 1897, the company supplying three of these useful vehicles that could carry goods as well acting as the brake van and equipped with vacuum train brakes suitable for use with passenger trains.
This Peco model finished in L&B grey livery as number 5 replicates the early open veranda style and feature operating opening side doors, fine printing and metal rimmed wheels
£39.00
MRP £43.95

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The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway 8 ton goods brake vans were built by the Bristol Carriage & Wagon Works in 1897, the company supplying three of these useful vehicles that could carry goods as well acting as the brake van and equipped with vacuum train brakes suitable for use with passenger trains.
This Peco model finished in grey and unlettered, excepting the tare weight and builders plates which have been printed.
£39.00
MRP £43.95

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The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway 8 ton goods brake vans were built by the Bristol Carriage & Wagon Works in 1897, the company supplying three of these useful vehicles that could carry goods as well acting as the brake van and equipped with vacuum train brakes suitable for use with passenger trains.
This Peco model finished in Southern Railway goods brown livery as number 56039 replicates the rebuilt condition with the veranda end enclosed and features operating opening side doors, fine printing and metal rimmed wheels

£39.00
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Utilising the underframes for the Lynton and Barnstaple 4-wheel wagons Peco are producing generic narrow gauge flat and timber bolster wagons, which will be available in pairs.

Flat wagons were the basic wagon type used in many industries, it could easily be adapted to carry a wide range of loads, almost anything which could be placed on the floor and expected to stay there with a minimum of securing for a short journey. This would include all kinds of timber, fresh-cut and sawn, stone blocks, metal products, crates, sacks, barrels, even farm produce like hay could be bound up and secured to a wagon.
£25.95

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Utilising the underframes for the Lynton and Barnstaple 4-wheel wagons Peco are producing generic narrow gauge flat and timber bolster wagons, which will be available in pairs.

Bolster wagon pairs were used to could carry long loads like tree trunks, the swivelling bolsters allowing the load some movement relative to the wagons on sharp curves. The bolsters could be coupled, with flat wagons acting as spacers for longer loads, or firmly attached to each end of a long, rigid load to act as bogies. Most narrow gauge lines kept a pair of bolsters on hand as these were very useful for moving lengths of rail up the line for track maintenance works.
£25.95

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Robert Hudson Ltd of Leeds are one of the best-known British suppliers of industrial narrow gauge and contractors' railway equipment. The 'Rugga' skip was probably their most numerous product, with several hundred still to be found on narrow gauge heritage lines, often still delivering ballast for the permanent way gang!

The familiar Rugga V-Skip tipping wagon design was introduced in the 1930s, developed from earlier designs dating back to the earliest railways and similar wagons ordered from Hudsons for WW1 trench railway requirements. They could be supplied to the customer's specific requirements with a skip size ranging from 13.5 to 54 cubic feet (0.38 to 1.53 cubic metres) and in most track gauges. The company boasted that at any one time several thousand could be supplied from stock!
The design allows the skip to tip in either direction, perfect for small industrial railways that needed to move and unload materials quickly and efficiently.

The Peco models are supplied in packs or 3 skips, complete with integral OO9 loop couplers designed for prototypical close coupling. This pack is finished with a yellow painted skip body, a common high visibility colour used in industry.

£40.50
MRP £44.95

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Robert Hudson Ltd of Leeds are one of the best-known British suppliers of industrial narrow gauge and contractors' railway equipment. The 'Rugga' skip was probably their most numerous product, with several hundred still to be found on narrow gauge heritage lines, often still delivering ballast for the permanent way gang!

The familiar Rugga V-Skip tipping wagon design was introduced in the 1930s, developed from earlier designs dating back to the earliest railways and similar wagons ordered from Hudsons for WW1 trench railway requirements. They could be supplied to the customer's specific requirements with a skip size ranging from 13.5 to 54 cubic feet (0.38 to 1.53 cubic metres) and in most track gauges. The company boasted that at any one time several thousand could be supplied from stock!
The design allows the skip to tip in either direction, perfect for small industrial railways that needed to move and unload materials quickly and efficiently.

The Peco models are supplied in packs or 3 skips, complete with integral OO9 loop couplers designed for prototypical close coupling. This pack is finished with a green painted skip body.

£40.50
MRP £44.95

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Peco OO9 GR-535 Glyn Valley Tramway Type Guards' Brake and Luggage Van with Side Buffers

The Glyn Valley Tramway was a steam-worked roadside narrow gauge line running up the Ceiriog valley from Chirk in North Wales. 11 small 4-wheeled coaches were supplied to the line by the Midland Railway Carriage and Wagon company and despite the closure of the line in 1935, two examples have been restored to service on the Talyllyn Railway.

This freelance model of a guards' brake and luggage van based on the Glyn Valley Tramway coach design. The model matches the GVT coaches and can also be used as a goods train guards' brake van.
Fitted with Talyllyn Railway type side buffers. Model also available with centre coupler only.
£33.75
MRP £37.50

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£9.95

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A detailed OO9 narrow gauge model of a Snailbeach & District Railways ore hopper wagon. Unlettered grey livery. Many wagons carried just a number which can easily be added from spare kit decal sheets or Woodland Scenics rub-down transfers.
The Snailbeach line was built to haul lead ore from the quarries around Snailbeach & Stiperstones in Shropshire to an interchange with the GWR at Pontesbury. The 2ft4in gauge line was well equipped, using rapid-discharge hopper wagons to transfer the load into standard gauge wagons. After WW1 two Baldwin 4-6-0T engines (as modelled by Bachmann) provided the main motive power for the line.
Model fitted with removable (NEM fitting) couplers and metal-rimmed wheels.
£27.50

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These models of narrow gauge trains are scaled for use alongside British OO and European HO scale standard gauge trains and run on 9mm N gauge track. British outline models are described as OO9 for OO scale for 9mm gauge, European models are described as HOe, HO scale but running on 9mm N gauge track. Due to the size of the models, great variety in prototypes and the widespread sale of locomotives and sometimes rolling stock across Europe, as can been seen by the stock of the preserved Welshpool Llanfair line, the two scales and design styles can be mixed to create an interesting roster of models.

We can supply models for the full Peco, Parkside Dundas, and Liliput ranges, though we have listed just a core selection here. Please contact us by telephone on 01453 825381 or email enquiries@antics.ltd.uk if your choice of models is not listed.