OO9 RTR Passenger Coaches

Narrow Gauge Passenger Coaches
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. The Glyn Valley Tramway purchased a number of generally similar 4 wheel coaches, with a better standard of fittings in the first class compartments.
This ready to run model replicates one of the open sided tourist observation coaches used on the Glyn Valley line, providing passengers with panoramic views of the scenery in the summer.

Peco are usually able to supply us with their models quickly, please allow 14 days for delivery.
£27.55
Warehouse: 1
Gloucester: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 39828)
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. The Glyn Valley Tramway purchased a number of generally similar 4 wheel coaches, with a better standard of fittings in the first class compartments.
This ready to run model is of one of the GVT open sided observation coaches used during the summer season, the open sides giving tourists a better view of the panoramic scenery. Finished in plain red livery without lettering, ideal for free-lance narrow gauge model railways.

Peco are usually able to supply us with their models quickly, please allow 14 days for delivery.
£27.55
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 97966)
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' first class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Early preservation era green livery.
£27.50
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 68792)
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' enclosed third class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Early preservation era green livery.
£27.50
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 80024)

Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway open sided observation 'Bug Box' coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Early preservation era green livery.

£27.50
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 79505)
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' first class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Victorian purple-brown livery.
£27.50

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110151)
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' enclosed third class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Victorian purple-brown livery.
£27.50

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110152)

Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway open sided observation 'Bug Box' coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Victorian purple-brown livery.

£27.50

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110153)

A detailed model of the Gloucester RCW coaches built for the narrow gauge Ashover Light Railway using parts and bogies from WW1 military railway wagons.
Model finished in Ashover Railway crimson livery.

£0.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 102962)

The Ashover Railway coaches survived to the end of services on that line and were purchased for further use on the tourist attraction Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway.
Model finished in Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway blue and cream livery.

£0.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 102964)

A highly detailed model Lynton & Barnstaple railway 1st/3rd class composite coach number 5 painted in the L&B livery of lake and cream.

These models feature the eye-catching Indian Red and White livery, along with some very fine lettering detail, which is a gold colour with red and black shading. The footsteps and door handles are also picked out in a brass colour.
On the prototype both of these coaches would have run in this condition until the grouping in 1923, when the Southern Railway took over the line.
Length 167mm over couplings

£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 2663)

A highly detailed model Lynton & Barnstaple railway 1st/3rd class composite coach number 6 painted in the L&B livery of lake and cream.
These finely detailed ready to run coaches and wagons are accurately modelled on the rolling stock of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, both as an independent railway and after its' absorption into the Southern railway in 1922. They are also available painted but unlettered for those modellers who wish to tailor them for use on other lines.
Length 167mm over couplings

£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 2664)
of A highly detailed model a Lynton & Barnstaple railway 1st/3rd class composite coach painted in a plain Indian red livery.
Ideal for creating a rolling stock fleet for a free-lance narrow gauge railway. Lettering can be added from lettering sheets designed for OO scale trains.
Length 167mm over couplings

£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 30044)

This model of the L&B enclosed composite coach with compartments for 1st and 3rd class passengers faithfully recreates coach 6364 of the Southern Railway in green livery. Modelled from official drawings, contemporary notes and photographs, although at first glance the coach appears to be quite plain, close inspection reveals a wealth of subtle detail in the painting and printing.

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway ordered 16 passenger carriages from the Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works Co. The vehicles delivered were among the largest and best equipped narrow gauge coaches running in Britain and, of substantial construction, stood up well to service across the North Devon moors. All joined the Southern Railway stock in 1923 and received a coat of Maunsell olive green, which they retained until the closure of the L&B in 1935.

Length 167mm over couplings
£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 81265)

Peco GR-401A Lynton & Barnstaple Railway composite coach 6365 in Southern Railway green livery.

This model of the L&B enclosed composite coach with compartments for 1st and 3rd class passengers faithfully recreates coach 6364 of the Southern Railway in green livery. Modelled from official drawings, contempary notes and photographs, although at first glance the coach appears to be quite plain, close inspection reveals a wealth of subtle detail in the painting and printing.

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway ordered 16 passenger carriages from the Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works Co. The vehicles delivered were among the largest and best equiped narrow gauge coaches running in Britain and, of substantial construction, stood up well to service across the North Devon moors. All joined the Southern Railway stock in 1923 and received a coat of Maunsell olive green, which they retained until the closure of the L&B in 1935.


Length 167mm over couplings
£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 30408)
Peco GR-401U OO9 narrow gauge composite coach plain green livery unlettered

A highly detailed model a Lynton & Barnstaple railway 1st/3rd class composite coach painted in a plain (SR) green livery.
Ideal for creating a rolling stock fleet for a free-lance narrow gauge railway. Lettering can be added from lettering sheets designed for OO scale trains.
Length 167mm over couplings

£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 57759)
A highly detailed model Lynton & Barnstaple railway 1st/3rd class composite coach number 5 painted in the L&B livery of lake and cream.

These models feature the eye-catching Indian Red and White livery, along with some very fine lettering detail, which is a gold colour with red and black shading. The footsteps and door handles are also picked out in a brass colour.
On the prototype both of these coaches would have run in this condition until the grouping in 1923, when the Southern Railway took over the line.
Length 167mm over couplings
£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 4896)
A highly detailed model Lynton & Barnstaple railway 3rd class brake coach number 16 painted in the L&B livery of lake and cream

Length 167mm over couplings
£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 1754)
Peco GR-420U OO9 narrow gauge brake composite coach plain Indian red livery unlettered

A highly detailed model a Lynton & Barnstaple railway guard/1st/3rd class brake composite coach painted in a plain Indian red livery.
Ideal for creating a rolling stock fleet for a free-lance narrow gauge railway. Lettering can be added from lettering sheets designed for OO scale trains.
Length 167mm over couplings
£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 30043)

This model of the L&B enclosed brake composite coach with compartments for 1st and 3rd class plus guards office and luggage van faithfully recreates coach 4108 of the Southern Railway in green livery. In winter these coaches could provide all the passenger accomodation required and often goods traffic would be attached to the passenger trains to avoid steaming another engine for a separate goods train.
Modelled from official drawings, contempary notes and photographs, although at first glance the coach appears to be quite plain, close inspection reveals a wealth of subtle detail in the painting and printing.

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway ordered 16 passenger carriages from the Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works Co. The vehicles delivered were among the largest and best equiped narrow gauge coaches running in Britain and, of substantial construction, stood up well to service across the North Devon moors. All joined the Southern Railway stock in 1923 and received a coat of Maunsell olive green, which they retained until the closure of the L&B in 1935.


Length 167mm over couplings
£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 95364)

Peco GR-421B Lynton & Barnstaple Railway brake composite coach 6993 in Southern Railway green livery.

This model of the L&B enclosed brake composite coach with compartments for 1st and 3rd class plus guards office and luggage van faithfully recreates coach 6993 of the Southern Railway in green livery. In winter these coaches could provide all the passenger accomodation required and often goods traffic would be attached to the passenger trains to avoid steaming another engine for a separate goods train.
Modelled from official drawings, contempary notes and photographs, although at first glance the coach appears to be quite plain, close inspection reveals a wealth of subtle detail in the painting and printing.

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway ordered 16 passenger carriages from the Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works Co. The vehicles delivered were among the largest and best equiped narrow gauge coaches running in Britain and, of substantial construction, stood up well to service across the North Devon moors. All joined the Southern Railway stock in 1923 and received a coat of Maunsell olive green, which they retained until the closure of the L&B in 1935.


Length 167mm over couplings
£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 39790)
Peco GR-421U OO9 narrow gauge brake composite coach plain green livery unlettered

A highly detailed model a Lynton & Barnstaple railway guard/1st/3rd class brake composite coach painted in a plain (SR) green livery.
Ideal for creating a rolling stock fleet for a free-lance narrow gauge railway. Lettering can be added from lettering sheets designed for OO scale trains
Length 167mm over couplings
£41.50
MRP £46.15

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 72424)
A detailed model of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway enclosed all-third class coaches which were used on trains throughout the year.
Finished as L&B coach 11 in lake and cream livery.
These finely detailed ready to run coaches and wagons are accurately modelled on the rolling stock of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, both as an independent railway and after its' absorption into the Southern railway in 1922. They are also available painted but unlettered for those modellers who wish to tailor them for use on other lines.
Length 167mm over couplings
£42.50
MRP £47.70

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 28891)
A detailed model of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway enclosed all-third class coaches which were used on trains throughout the year.
Finished as L&B coach 14 in lake and cream livery.

Length 167mm over couplings
£42.50
MRP £47.70

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 105834)
A detailed model of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway enclosed all-third class coaches which were used on trains throughout the year.
Finished as Southern Railway coach 2469 in SR green livery.
These finely detailed ready to run coaches and wagons are accurately modelled on the rolling stock of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, both as an independent railway and after its' absorption into the Southern railway in 1922. They are also available painted but unlettered for those modellers who wish to tailor them for use on other lines.

Length 167mm over couplings
£42.50
MRP £47.70

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 103305)
A detailed model of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway enclosed all-third class coaches which were used on trains throughout the year.
Finished as Southern Railway coach 2471 in SR green livery.
Length 167mm over couplings
£42.50
MRP £47.70

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 105835)

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railways coaches were large and well appointed vehicles built by the Bristol Carriage and Wagon company. In consideration of the scenery along the line many coaches had observation saloons, four third class coaches having an unglazed central observation saloon compartment producing a coach characteristic to the L&B.
This model is painted in the original Lynton and Barnstaple Railway livery.


Length 167mm over couplings
£42.50
MRP £47.70

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 31823)

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railways coaches were large and well appointed vehicles built by the Bristol Carriage and Wagon company. In consideration of the scenery along the line many coaches had observation saloons, four third class coaches having an unglazed central observation saloon compartment producing a coach characteristic to the L&B.
This model is painted in the original Lynton and Barnstaple Railway livery.

Length 167mm over couplings
£42.50
MRP £47.70

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 108192)
The Lynton and Barnstaple Railways coaches were large and well appointed vehicles built by the Bristol Carriage and Wagon company. In consideration of the scenery along the line many coaches had observation saloons, four third class coaches having an unglazed central observation saloon compartment producing a coach characteristic to the L&B.
This model is painted in Southern Railway green livery.
Length 167mm over couplings
£42.50
MRP £47.70

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 32148)
The Lynton and Barnstaple Railways coaches were large and well appointed vehicles built by the Bristol Carriage and Wagon company. In consideration of the scenery along the line many coaches had observation saloons, four third class coaches having an unglazed central observation saloon compartment producing a coach characteristic to the L&B.
This model is painted in Southern Railway green livery.
Length 167mm over couplings
£42.50
MRP £47.70

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 108193)

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. The Glyn Valley Tramway purchased a number of generally similar 4 wheel coaches, with a better standard of fittings in the first class compartments.
This ready to run model is of one of the fully enclosed coaches used year-round on the line, two of which are still in service on the Talyllyn Railway, finished in the Glyn Valley Tramway green and cream livery.

Peco are usually able to supply us with their models quickly, please allow 14 days for delivery.

£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 69338)

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. The Glyn Valley Tramway purchased a number of generally similar 4 wheel coaches, with a better standard of fittings in the first class compartments.
This ready to run model is of one of the fully enclosed coaches used year-round on the GVT line finished in plain green livery without lettering, ideal for free-lance narrow gauge model railways

Peco are usually able to supply us with their models quickly, please allow 14 days for delivery.

£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 93478)
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. The Glyn Valley Tramway purchased a number of generally similar 4 wheel coaches, with a better standard of fittings in the first class compartments.
This ready to run model is of one of the fully enclosed coaches used year-round on the GVT line finished in plain red livery without lettering, ideal for free-lance narrow gauge model railways.

Peco are usually able to supply us with their models quickly, please allow 14 days for delivery.
£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 97952)
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. The Glyn Valley Tramway purchased a number of generally similar 4 wheel coaches, with a better standard of fittings in the first class compartments.
This ready to run model is of one of the fully enclosed coaches used year-round on the line, two of which are still in service on the Talyllyn Railway, finished in the Glyn Valley Tramway green and cream livery. Two surviving coaches have been restored by the preserved Talyllyn Railway, fitted with side buffers to match the Talyllyn stock.

Peco are usually able to supply us with their models quickly, please allow 14 days for delivery.

£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 54669)
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. The Glyn Valley Tramway purchased a number of generally similar 4 wheel coaches, with a better standard of fittings in the first class compartments.
This ready to run model is of one of the GVT open sided observation coaches used during the summer season, the open sides giving tourists a better view of the panoramic scenery. Finished in plain green livery without lettering, ideal for free-lance narrow gauge model railways.

Peco are usually able to supply us with their models quickly, please allow 14 days for delivery.
£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 97956)
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.
£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 31655)
Many narrow gauge railways ran 'mixed' trains with goods wagons coupled behind the passenger coaches. The last vehicle was a brake van for the guard to ride in and ensure the entire train remained coupled. This free-lance guards and luggage van is based on the design of the Glyn Valley Tramway coaches and finished in plain green livery without lettering.
£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 97972)

Many narrow gauge railways ran 'mixed' trains with goods wagons coupled behind the passenger coaches. The last vehicle was a brake van for the guard to ride in and ensure the entire train remained coupled. This free-lance guards and luggage van is based on the design of the Glyn Valley Tramway coaches and finished in plain red livery without lettering.
£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 97975)
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.
£27.55

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 61689)
New models announced 2018. Price to be advised. Release planned for 2020.
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' first class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Colonel Stephens era green livery.
 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110154)
New models announced 2018. Price to be advised. Release planned for 2020.
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' first class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
1970 cherry red livery.
 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110157)
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' enclosed third class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Victorian purple-brown livery.
 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 111486)
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' enclosed third class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Early preservation era green livery.
 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 111485)
New models announced 2018. Price to be advised. Release planned for 2020.
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' enclosed third class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Colonel Stephens era green livery.
 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110155)
New models announced 2018. Price to be advised. Release planned for 2020.
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway 'Bug Box' enclosed third class coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
1970 cherry red livery.
 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110158)

New models announced 2018. Price to be advised. Release planned for 2020.
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway open sided observation 'Bug Box' coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
Colonel Stephens era green livery.

 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110156)

New models announced 2018. Price to be advised. Release planned for 2020.
Detailed model of the Festiniog Railway open sided observation 'Bug Box' coach. A typical early Victorian era design of 4-wheel narrow gauge coach.
1970 cherry red livery.

 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110160)
New model announced 2019. Price to be advised.
The Festiniog Railway ordered a small fleet of very basic 4-wheel coaches to provide accommodation for quarry workers travelling to and from the slate quarries. Similar quarrymens, miners or workmens coaches were used by other narrow gauge lines.
 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 102279)
Now model announced 2020, expected delivery 2021. Price and liveries to be advised.
Festiniog Railway carriages 17 to 20 are composite bogie coaches constructed by two builders in 1876 and 1879. The Peco models will feature plenty of detail and smooth running bogies. Model reference codes and liveries will be announced late in 2020, a choice similar to the four options of the 'Bug Box' coaches is expected.
£0.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 77609)
Nicely detailed model of the 4 wheel open balcony coaches used on the Zillertalbahn in Austria. A common design used by the Austrian narrow gauge railways until the 1950s many remain in use, mostly now on steam-hauled tourist trains. Examples are also in use on the Welshpool & Llanfair Railway in Wales, supplied from the Zillertalbahn for the re-opening of the Welsh line as a heritage railway and a notable feature of the Welshpool line ever since.

Ideal for use alongside the recently released Peco OO9 range and Bachmann OO9 War Department Bladwin locomotive.

£40.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 8347)

Nicely detailed model of the 4 wheel open balcony coaches used on the Zillertalbahn in Austria. A common design used by the Austrian narrow gauge railways until the 1950s many remain in use, mostly now on steam-hauled tourist trains. Examples are also in use on the Welshpool & Llanfair Railway in Wales, supplied from the Zillertalbahn for the re-opening of the Welsh line as a heritage railway and a notable feature of the Welshpool line ever since.

Ideal for use alongside the recently released Peco OO9 range and Bachmann OO9 War Department Bladwin locomotive.

£40.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 8846)
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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 377030 or email enquiries@antics.ltd.uk if your choice of models is not listed.