Private Owner Open Wagons

Colourfully painted open coal wagons advertising their owner's businesses added variety to goods trains. Eras 2-3
Bachmann 33-184 00 Gauge 10 Ton Covered Wagon - Tollemache Pulverised Coal

A model of an open wagon operated by the Tollemache Pulverised Coal Company and fitted with a ridged cover to ensure the powder product is not lost in transit. Pulverised coal could be made to behave much like a fluid, so could be pumped and sprayed into a furnace, allowing a very high rate of steam generation to be achieved. This system is still used in large coal-fired powerstations.

£12.95
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 2
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(Product Ref 23898)
Pack of three 7-plank open coal wagons in liveries of Cornish companies. These models have a weathered finish with replacement planks representing pooled wagons running in the post WW2 period.
Liveries included are Thomlin &Co of Truro, Rowe of Cambourne and the Helston Gas Works.
£58.45
MRP £64.95
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 109614)
Bachmann Branchline 37-092 OO Gauge 7 Plank End door Open Coal Wagon Whitwick. Weathered Finish with Wagon Load.

A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner open wagon operated by Whitwick. Wagon supplied complete with a load and weathered finish.

Era 3. 1923-1947
£23.95
Warehouse: 2
Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 57205)
£22.95
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 82620)
£20.95
Warehouse: 1
Plymouth: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 77274)
5 plank open coal wagon operated by Edward Langford of Stonehouse Gloucestershire
£11.47
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 3, Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 97654)
Dapol 4F-052-010 OO Gauge Edward Langford 5-Plank Open Coal Wagon Weathered Finish

5 plank open coal wagon operated by Edward Langford

£12.53
Warehouse: 2
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 98185)
Oxford Rail & Golden Valley Hobbies GV6015 OO Gauge Pack of 3 Port of London Authority (PLA) 7 Plank Open Mineral Wagons

Pack of 3 7 plank open wagons lettered PLA for Port of London Authority being produced by Golden Valley Hobbies as a companion to their Janus diesel shunter model. Each wagon will have a different number.

£29.95
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 43360)

Model finished in the red livery of the Leamington Priors Gas Company whose works was situated adjacent to the Grand Union canal in Leamington Spa.

£11.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 2864)

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
Model finished in the red livery of E Welford & Son, coal merchants of Oxford.

£11.99
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 2863)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7017 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Wigan Coal & Iron Co A147

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£11.99
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 39794)
Hornby Railways R6746 OO Gauge Stephens & Company 4 Plank Open Wagon

A well detailed model of a 4 plank open wagon operated by Stephens and Company of Kidwelly serving the companys' brick works producing silcia refractory bricks used for lining the ovens and furnaces used for making iron and steel.

£12.00
MRP £15.99
Warehouse: 1
Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 47546)
Hornby R6757 OO Gauge Richard White & Sons, Evesham 7 Plank Open Wagon

Richard White had a number of eye-catching liveries on his wagons, including 109 painted in bright blue with the company title in a 'hump' form, increasing in letter size over the door.

£14.99
Warehouse: 1
Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 25940)
Hornby Railways R6811 OO Gauge 7 Plank Open Wagon - Staveley Caustic Soda

The Staveley coal and iron company is quite well know, this wagon recalls another part of the business core to the production of high quality metals, being marked for the carriage of caustic soda (sodium hydroxide).

£16.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 63236)
Hornby R6813 OO Gauge Phillips, George & Co 7 Plank Open Wagon

Model of 7 plank open coal wagon 251 owned Phillips, George and company who operated depots in Cardiff, Aberdare and Swansea.

£15.99
Warehouse: 2
Bristol: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 76987)
Hornby Railways R6816 OO Gauge 6 Plank Open Coal Wagon Crynant Colliery Company

Model of a 6 plank open coal wagon operated by the Crynant Colliery company of Neath.

£16.99
Warehouse: 2
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 69909)
Stonehouse Brick & Tile Co Limited 4 Plank Open Wagon
£14.99
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 81133)
£14.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 25848)
Model of a 6 plank open wagon in the yellow livery of J O Murgatroyd.
£14.99
Warehouse: 3
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 3598)
The Norths Navigation group of collieries was formed at the end of the 19th century and operated about 15 collieries by the 1914. They owned a large fleet of railway wagons to convey the production of their collieries.

The livery of the wagons was particularly attractive in the early years, featuring a monogram on the side door formed from the company initials. Wagon number 3000 was one of a larger order placed with the Gloucester RCW and supplied in December 1911.

£16.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 81140)
Model of a 4 plank open aggregates wagon number 30 operated by C Addicott & Son of Weston-Super-Mare.
The Addicotts described their business on the wagon sides as tar macadam, gravel and spar manufacturers.
£14.99
Warehouse: 1
Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 111006)
Nicely detailed model of Crawshay Brothers covered lime wagon number 136.
The Crawshay Brothers owned the Cyfarthfa iron works in Merthyr Tydfil and held interests in a number of, collieries, mines and quarries across South Wales and in the Forest of Dean to supply the iron and steel industry with coal, ore and lime.
£14.99
Warehouse: 1
Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 2
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(Product Ref 111030)
Model of a ridge-roof covered salt wagon in the livery of the Stafford Salt Works.
These covered salt wagons were used to ensure rain could not damage the salt and as specialist vehicles remained in private ownership, running until replaced by more modern wagons in the 1960s.
Era 3-5, 1923-1968
£24.95

Bristol: 3
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 23897)
Bachmann 37-066 OO Gauge David Parsons & Son, Stour Colliery & Brickworks, Cradley Heath 5-Plank Open Wagon

A nicely detailed model of a 5 plank open wagons as owned by David Parsons & Son, proprietors of the Stour colliery and brickworks at Cradley Heath.

£14.95

Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 2, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 7590)
A detailed model of a 5 plank private owner open wagon operated by W.H.Wallis & company of Evesham, Worcestershire.


Era 3. 1923-1947

£21.95

Bristol: 4
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 82612)

A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner open wagon with end door operated by the Tredegar colliery company. Wagon supplied complete with a load.
Era 3. 1923-1947

£21.95

Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 33914)

A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner open wagon with fixed ends operated by coal merchant and factors Baldwin of Bristol. Wagon supplied with a weathered finish.
Era 3. 1923-1947

£23.95

Cardiff: 1
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(Product Ref 5401)
A detailed model of a 7 plank private owner open wagon with fixed ends operated by the Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) in connection with Chance & Hunt Ltds' chemical works at Oldbury.


Era 3. 1923-1947

£20.95

Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 71364)

Although clearly lettered to advertise Ketton Cement this 8-plank open wagon was actually operated by well-known Sheffield coal factors Thos W Ward, whose name and TWW marks also appear on the wagon. It is most likely that this wagon was operated on a contract to supply coal for the Ketton cement companies' kilns, justifying the repainting of the wagon into the customers' colours.

Era 3.

£23.95

Bristol: 4, Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 75818)
£23.95

Bristol: 3, Cardiff: 2
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(Product Ref 48364)
Dapol 4F-052-007 OO Gauge F H Silvey, Fishponds Bristol 5-plank Open Wagon

Dapol are releasing a new version of the F H Silvey liveried wagon featuring their new 5-plank body and 9-feet wheelbase wood style chassis. This model will carry a different running number to previous releases, representing another wagon in the large fleet of this Bristol coal supplier.
Based in the Fishponds area of Bristol, home to many engineering firms including locomotive builders' Pecketts, F H Silvey operated an extensive fleet of wagons. Coal was obtained to supply both the boilers and forges of heavy industry and the homes of the workers. The wagon fleet was kept busy year-round, fetching coal from Yorkshire and Kent as well as local sources in Somerset and Gloucestershire.

£11.47

Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 80083)
Dapol 4F-072-007 00 Gauge Richard White 7 Plank Open Wagon

Detailed model of a 7 plank coal wagon operated by Richard White Coal Factors of Evesham

£11.57

Stroud: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 46307)
Although based in London Rose, Smith and company wagons travelled widely and the company was very successful for it's owners. The company served a number of depots in the South Eastern counties, including Tonbridge and Tenterden. The owners may also have had business connections with light railway operator Colonel H F Stephens of the K&ESR as Rose, Smith wagons are frequently seen in photographs of the Weston Clevedon & Portishead Railway in north Somerset.
£11.55

Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 113424)
Dapol 4F-090-001 OO Gauge Lowell Baldwin Ltd. 9 Plank Open Coal Wagon

A large coal factor company, Lowell Baldwin of Bristol supplied coal to many industrial consumers, justifying the purchase of these large capacity wagons. The higher capacity were ideal wagons for delivering coal for the boilers of many industries and town gas plant, where large quantities of coal were required daily.
20-ton capacity coal wagons became more popular in the 1930's, as the railway companies offered a better rate per ton for coal haulage in these larger wagons. The railway company gained in efficiency, moving fewer wagons needed less locomtoive power and less shunting to deliver the same weight of coal loaded in older 10-ton wagons. To assist with unloading these high-capacity wagons two doors were fitted in each side, plus end and often four bottom hatch doors.

£11.57

Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 142)
Oxford Rail OR76CK7003 OO Gauge Coke Wagon 7 Plank The Executors of John Hargreaves Limited No.576 with 2 Coke Rails
£10.95

Bristol: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 104732)
Oxford Rail OR76MW4003 OO Gauge Wilsons & Clyde, Netherburn 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon

Oxford Rail appear to have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.
This model is finished as wagon 127 in the fleet of Wilsons & Clyde of Netherburn, one of a number of coal companies purchasing these robustly built wagons.

£11.99

Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 86725)
Oxford Rail OR76MW4005 OO Gauge Lothian Coal 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon

Oxford Rail have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.

The diminutive North British 4 plank coal wagon is presented in Lothian Coal Co., Newbattle company colours. Wagon No 792. Model features fine moulded detail and NEM Coupling pockets.

£11.99

Gloucester: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 5133)
Oxford Rail OR76MW4006 OO Gauge United Collieries No 6439 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon

Oxford Rail have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.

The diminutive North British 4 plank coal wagon is presented in United Collieries, Glasgow company colours. Wagon No 6439. Model features fine moulded detail and NEM Coupling pockets.

£11.99

Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 3791)
Oxford Rail OR76MW4010 OO Calico Printers Association 15 4 Plank Mineral Wagon

Oxford Rail have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.

£11.99

Bristol: 1
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(Product Ref 103856)
Oxford Rail OR76MW5004 Wm Barnard - Worcester No.23 5 Plank Mineral Wagon
£11.99

Bristol: 1
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(Product Ref 103861)
Oxford Diecast OR76WW003 OO Gauge Warwell A Wagon British Steel Corporation DM748305 with Diamond Bogies

A detailed model of the depressed centre Warwell wagons built during WW2 to carry US-built Sherman tanks and other military vehicles between the factories and west coast importing ports to the embarkation ports along the south coast. The depressed centre well was needed to keep the higher vehicles inside the restricted British loading gauge, but the wagons were built with sloping end ramps and bridge plates so vehicles could be driven along the length of a train for rapid loading and unloading.
Following the invasion many of these wagons were transferred to France to keep the advancing front line supplied with replacement armoured vehicles, which would often have a low maximum road speed.

After WW2 the Ministry of Defence retained a small fleet of these wagons for moving military vehicles, some being rebuilt in the late 1970s with modern bogies and air train brakes. The remainder were passed to British Railways ownership, being used as well wagons for high or heavy loads and in engineering service.

This model is finished as a wagon with the original diamond frame bogies now fitted with bolsters to provide level supports for carrying lengths of steel, making good use of the 50-tons carrying capacity.
£26.99
MRP £32.99

Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 101195)
Model of a 4 plank open roadstone wagon operated by C&F Gean of Port Talbot. This wagon is lettered with a desription of their buisness as asphalt & tar paving contractors and their depot also supplying other contractors as a general builders merchants.
Length 71mm
£16.99

Cardiff: 1
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(Product Ref 25928)
Model of a 7 plank open coal wagon operated by the Sherwood colliery,
£16.99

Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 55635)
Dapol 4F-052-005 OO Gauge E A Robinson, Bognor 5-plank Open Wagon

A model of a 5-plank open coal wagon in the livery of Bognor coal merchant E A Robinson.
Model features a new bodyshell mounted on the new Dapol wood solebar 9-feet wheelbase chassis.

£11.47

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 80082)
Designed by wagon builders Charles Roberts & Co the slope-sided 16ton capacity steel body mineral wagons appeared in the late 1930s and were purchased be a number of industries who needed large fleets of wagons.
This wagon is finished as a steel mineral operated by the Stewart & Lloyds steel making group and lettered for the tubes division.
£25.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 9135)
Model of a 10 ton peak-roof covered salt wagon in the green livery of Snowdrift Salt. Weathered finish.
These covered salt wagons were used to ensure rain could not damage the salt and as specialist vehicles remained in private ownership, running until replaced by more modern wagons in the 1960s.
Era 3-5, 1923-1968
£24.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 101262)
A detailed model of a 5 plank private owner open wagon operated by the Carlisle South End Co-Operative Society Limited. Wagon supplied complete with a load.


Era 3. 1923-1947

£22.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 33915)
£21.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 73013)
Set of three five-plank open coal wagons in private owner liveries.

These wagons show evidence of some hard service in minerals traffic and various bodywork repairs.

£50.95
MRP £59.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 21742)
Detailed model of a 8 plank open coal wagon fitted with extra coke rails as operated by the Bedwas Coke company.
Coke is coal heated in the absence of air to drive off impurities, the resulting purer carbon coke burns at high temperature and is used in iron and steel making process. The coke is less dense than coal so 'coke rails' were used to increase the volume of a 12 ton coal wagon so a full 12 tons of coke could be carried.
£28.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 5066)
£28.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 38647)
Well detailed model of the sloped side version of the well known 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagon. Lettered as a wagon operated by the Ministry of Transport, some of these wagons were in service before nationalisation.
£25.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 42735)
£20.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107549)
Dapol 4F-017-001 00 Gauge Minera Lime Company Covered Peak Roofed Lime Wagon

The Minera lime company operated a fleet of these covered wagons. The peaked roof of these wagons was quite distinctive and cupboard doors are fitted in place of the usual drop-down door used on an open wagon.

Lime is used by farmers to adjust the acidity of soils to provide the best possible balance for the crop they intend to grow, so lime wagons would have been seen visiting many small goods yards across Britain with deliveries for estate farms and local agricultral supply businesses.

£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 68896)
Dapol 4F-017-007 OO Gauge Covered Lime Wagon Peak Lime Livery No.48

A nicely detailed model of a covered lime wagon in the livery of Peak Lime.
These wagons had a distinctive ridged roof, a simple addition to a wagon built to the standard open coal design, which provided weather protection for the load.

£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 81886)
Dapol 4F-017-008 00 Gauge Peak Lime Co. Covered Lime Wagon No.48 Weathered Finish

A nicely detailed model of a covered lime wagon in the livery of Peak Lime.

These wagons had a distinctive ridged roof, a simple addition to a wagon built to the standard open coal design, which provided weather protection for the load.

This model is available with a weathered finish.

£12.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 47414)
Dapol 4F-017-009 OO Gauge Crawshay Brothers Covered Lime Wagon Merthyr Tydfil

A very neat model of the covered lime wagon from Dapol with good side and roof door detail. This model is in the pale yellow livery of Crawshay Brothers and will be equiped with the new Dapol NEM coupler pockets along with a new running number.

The Crawshay family had business interests in a range of companies and activities relating to the iron production, coal and mineral extraction in South Wales and the Forest of Dean. Their wagons carried the produce of their mines and quarries to customers across Britain.

£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 84026)
Dapol 4F-017-013 OO Gauge Lime Wagon Glan-Yr-Afon

A very neat model of the covered lime wagon from Dapol with good side and roof door detail.

£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 53130)
Dapol 4F-018-005 00 Gauge Union Salt - Salt Union Covered Salt Van

Model of a covered salt van in the livery of Salt Union a Cheshire based producer.

£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 81361)
Dapol 4F-018-023 OO Gauge Salt Van Star Salt Livery No.103

Featuring the distinctive peaked roof these vans were built to provide weather protection for cargo likely to be damaged by rain.

Star Salt of Chester operated this bark red painted van, with their name displayed in yellow lettering to advertise their brand and products to passengers as their wagons travelled the rail network.

£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 66719)
Dapol 4F-030-007 OO Gauge Atkinson & Prickett 16-Ton Steel Mineral Wagon

Private-owner 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagons were quite unusual, the vast majority of these wagons being built for pooled use, however several operators needed specialised wagons.
This wagon is in service with Atkinson & Prickett of Hull, Grimsby, Goole and Immingham, being lettered for them to identify their wagons.

£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 74143)
Dapol 4F-033-100 OO Gauge Cadbury Bourneville 24-Ton Coal Hopper Wagon

The Cadbury company set up a modern chocolate factory at Bournville, Birmingham. To feed the furnaces the company invested in a small fleet of hopper wagons, greatly simplifying the emptying of wagons on arrival.
This model is painted in the companys' usual light blue colour with yellow lettering.

£11.78

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 67741)
Dapol 4F-034-013 00 Gauge 21T Hopper Wagon - Sykes Iron Ore
£11.78

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 50541)
Dapol 4F-051-020 OO Gauge Vinter 5 Plank Wagon Weathered Finish
£12.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 30639)
£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 29056)
Dapol 4F-051-035 00 Gauge Minera Lime Company 5 Plank Open Coal/Limestone Wagon

5 plank open coal wagon in the livery of the Minera Lime company.

Lime manufacture required supplies of limestone and coal to fire the kilns. As local supplies were used up raw material had to be sourced from quarries and collieries farther away and several lime companies owned a small fleet of open wagons to ensure the kilns were kept running.

£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 67273)
Dapol 4F-052-003 00 Gauge 5-Plank Open Wagon Stevens of Oxford Livery

Featuring all new tooling including a 9-feet wheelbase wood frame style chassis this wagon carries the red livery of Stevens &Co. a large firm of coal merchants and factors based in Oxford.

Stevens were a large firm who grew their business by taking over locations and business from other coal merchants as they wished to sell up or retire. The company operated from locations all across the Midlands and home counties, having several depots in Gloucestershire and Warwickshire.

£11.47

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 73933)
Dapol 4F-052-013 OO gauge A Bramley 5 Plank Open Wagon
£11.47

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 105111)
Dapol 4F-052-027 00 Gauge I B Streeter Bros 5 Plank Open Wagon
£11.47

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 28217)
Dapol 4F-071-142 OO Gauge United 7 plank open coal wagon 3154


£10.93

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 35912)
Dapol 4F-080-003 OO Gauge Leamington Priors Gas Company 8 Plank Wagon with Coal Load

Detailed model of a wagon operated by the Leamington Priors Gas Company, Royal Leamington Spa

£11.57

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 59963)
Dapol 4F-080-116 00 Gauge 8 Plank Open Wagon Laporte No.57

Model of an 8 plank open coal wagon finished as Laporte wagon 57.

£11.57

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 81359)
Dapol 4F-090-104 OO Gauge 9 Plank 2o-ton Open Wagon Gas Light & Coke Co.

A nice model of a 20-ton capacity wooden body coal wagon in the grey livery of The Gas Light & Coke Co. wagon number 763.
These long wheelbase wagons had two drop doors fitted each side, plus bottom hatch doors. The larger wagon body offered a higher load capacity than short-wheelbase wagons (20 tons compared to 10/12 tons) with only a small increase in empty tare weight. 20-ton wagons were particularly useful for consumers of large quantities of coal like gas and electric power plants.

£11.57

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 54709)
Dapol A002 00 Gauge Unpainted 7-plank open wagon.

Ideal for producing your own models.

£7.60

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 57256)
£7.60

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 52817)
£7.60

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 28212)
£7.60

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 28210)
£7.60

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 34102)
£7.60

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 49779)
£14.30

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 28211)
£9.60

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 28216)
Oxford Rail OR76CK7001 OO Gauge Coke Wagon 7 Plank Dinnington 254 with 2 Coke Rails
£10.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 101159)
Oxford Rail OR76CK7002 OO Gauge Coke Wagon 7 Plank Coalite No.559 with 2 Coke Rails
£10.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 101160)
Oxford Rail OR76CK7004 OO Gauge Coke Wagon 7 Plank Renishaw Iron Co 917 with 2 Coke Rails
£10.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 102938)
Oxford Rail OR76CK7003 OO Gauge Coke Wagon 7 Plank Baldwin 2032 Grey with 3 Coke Rails
£10.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 102939)
Oxford Rail OR76CK7006 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Baldwin 3022 Black with 3 Coke Rails
£10.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 102940)
The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
Model finished in the red livery of Fear Brothers Ltd, coal merchants of Staines and the North West Surrey district.
£11.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 354)
Oxford Rail OR76MW4002 OO Gauge R Taylor & Sons, Dundee 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon

Oxford Rail appear to have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.
this model is finished as wagon 272 in the fleet of R Taylor and Sons Ltd. of Dundee, one of a number of coal companies purchasing these robustly built wagons.

£11.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 86726)
£11.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 103854)
Oxford Rail OO OR76MW4004 Gauge Hamilton Palace Colliery 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon

Oxford Rail appear to have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.
This model is finished as Hamilton Palace Colliery wagon 153, one of a number of colliery owned wagons built to the robust Jubilee design.

£11.99

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(Product Ref 86724)
Oxford Rail OR76MW4008 OO Gauge 4 Plank Mineral Wagon Greenhill Colliery No.334

Oxford Rail have choosen the North British Railway 'Jubilee' design coal wagon with its distinctive heavily braced end door as the prototype for their 4 plank wagon.

£11.99

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(Product Ref 100393)
Oxford Rail OR76MW5001 T.Bowler London No.101 5 Plank Mineral Wagon
£11.99

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(Product Ref 103858)
Oxford Rail OR76MW5002 Busbys West Kensington No.16 5 Plank Mineral Wagon
£11.99

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(Product Ref 103859)
Oxford Rail OR76MW5003 Coppice - Cannock Chase No.369 5 Plank Mineral Wagon
£11.99

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(Product Ref 103860)
Oxford Rail model of a 5 plank open limestone wagon operated by the ICI Lime division based at Buxton.
£11.99

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(Product Ref 101161)
Oxford Rail model of a 5 plank open limestone wagon operated by the Tilmanstone Colliery.
£11.99

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(Product Ref 101162)
Oxford Rail OR76MW6003 OO Gauge 6 Plank Wagon FJ Newton

The LNER constructed a slightly larger 6 plank bodied open wagon for general merchandise service, in place of the 5 plank body favoured by LMS and GWR companies. The LNER design used the RCH wood chassis far longer than the other companies who changed to the stronger steel frame design, resulting in the LNER wagons being quite easily identifyable. This model from Oxford Rail provides modellers with a good and detailed model of these LNER wagons for the first time.

£11.99

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(Product Ref 100397)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7007 OO Gauge F Warren & Co, London 7 Plank Open Coal Wagon

Oxford Rail have announced two additions to their Oxford Rail range of open wagons.

F Warren and Company were coal merchants in London during the later part of the 19th century, the firm merging with the company of fellow merchant Thomas Coote to form Coote & Warren in 1908.

The Oxford Rail model is a standard RCH design 12-Ton mineral wagon following the 1923 standard, which defined the strength and design details for a 7 plank wagon to be built from parts to a standard set of dimensions. The use of RCH parts allowed repairs to be effected quickly using parts irrespective of the manufacturer, keeping wagons on the move and not waiting for parts. RCH 7 plank wagons were the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923 with a universal length of 16'6", width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The new Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£9.95

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(Product Ref 33735)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7010 OO Gauge 7 Plank Open Wagon John Facer & Co London No.505
£11.99

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(Product Ref 99014)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7018 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Fulton & Co. Ltd. of London 602

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£9.95

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(Product Ref 39792)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7021 OO Gauge 7 Plank Mineral Wagon Kobo No15

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£11.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100401)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7022 OO Gauge 7 Plank Mineral Wagon Rickett - 3 Disc Wheel
£11.99

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(Product Ref 101169)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7023 OO Gauge 7 Plank Mineral Wagon Pearson & Knowles

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
£11.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100402)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7024 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Steetley and Co Llynclys
£11.99

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(Product Ref 101170)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7025 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Rhigos Anthracite Cardiff No. 260
£11.99

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(Product Ref 101171)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7026 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Jas McKelvie London No. 2082
£11.99

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(Product Ref 101175)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7027 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon - Milner Thomas and Co London No. 1000
£11.99

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(Product Ref 101176)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7028 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Chatterley-Whitfield Tunstall No. 1933
£11.99

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(Product Ref 101177)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7029 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Set Fear Bros 87-Leamington 14-Welford No.38 Weathered Finish
£32.99

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(Product Ref 101178)
Oxford Rail OR76MW7033 OO Gauge 7 Plank Wagon Bass Burton on Trent No.15
£10.95

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(Product Ref 102941)
This wagon carries a livery based on one dating to July 1906 belonging to F. Wilkinson and was based at Ulverston. The wagon would likely have been used for the transportation of coal from Yorkshire to the Furness area. This wagon is typical of the freight that could be found on Britain’s railways throughout much of the 20th century.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113784)
This wagon carries a livery belonging the colliery and agents Wadsworth & Sons. It would have been used to transport materials like coal and coke. This wagon is typical of the freight that could be found on Britain’s railways throughout much of the 20th century.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113785)
This six-plank wagon, No. 691, is presented in a livery belonging to Burnyeat Brown & Co. Limited. The wagon would have been based in Cardiff and could take a load of up to 10 Tons. This wagon represents the typical freight that would be found on Britain’s railways in both the 19th and 20th century.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113786)
This wagon, built as part of a batch of six in August 1906, would have spent most of its life traveling between Highbury Vale goods yard near Finsbury Park and Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire via either the Great Northern Railway or the Midland Railway. The wagon is painted in a livery belonging to Lowe & Warwick.
£15.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 113787)
Until 1968, fully fitted freight trains were required by law to be carry a break van at the end. The brake van provided brake functionality to help slow the train as well as acting as a space in which the trains guard could carry out additional duties such as paperwork. As a result most brake vans featured a stove and desk on top of the brake apparatus. The London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) built 2653 20 ton break vans between 1933 and 1947. These featured a wooden structure that spanned most of the frame, with open covered areas at either end to provide the guard with an excellent view of the train.
£23.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
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(Product Ref 113802)
£12.99

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(Product Ref 63232)
Hornby Railways R6750 OO Gauge 5 Plank Open Wagon - Shap Tarred Grantite

A nicely finished model of a 5 plank open wagon operated by the Shap Tarred Granite company supplying coated roadstone for the making of tarmac road surfaces.
Wagon no 354

£16.99

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(Product Ref 25929)
Hornby Railways R6755 OO Gauge 7 Plank Open Wagon Gregory Kentish Town

Model of Gregory 7 plank open coal wagon number 109. The companys' wharf was at Kentish Town in North London and served by the Midland Railway.

£14.99

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(Product Ref 22711)
Model of a 7 plank open coal wagon owned by John Vipond of Pontypool
£16.99

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(Product Ref 3596)
£16.99

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(Product Ref 103519)
Hornby Railways R6821 OO Gauge 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon - Appleby Iron Co. No.938

Coke burns at a higher temperature than basic coal, so is the preferred fuel for iron and steel making.

£23.99

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(Product Ref 100937)
Hornby Railways R6821A OO Gauge Appleby Iron Co 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon No.1162

Coke burns at a higher temperature than basic coal, so is the preferred fuel for iron and steel making.

£23.99

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(Product Ref 100940)
21T Steel Sided open Wagon "Stevens"
Length 88mm
£12.99

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(Product Ref 103511)
£14.99

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(Product Ref 36723)
£14.99

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(Product Ref 4303)
Model of a 4 plank open roadstone wagon in the livery of Walter Harper, owner of the Road Slag works at Dawley, producing hard wearing road stone materials from the slag waste of iron making processes.
Era 2.
£16.99

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(Product Ref 63213)
Model of a 5 plank open coal wagon operated by the Hereford Coal Company who also supplied coke and lime.
Era 2.
£16.99

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(Product Ref 8118)
Nicely detaioled model of a 4 plank open wagon finished in the livery of the Bestwood Iron Works in Nottingham as wagon number 2017.
£14.99

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(Product Ref 111007)
Nicely detailed model of a 5 plank open wagon finished as Dowlow Lime company of Buxton wagon number 7
£14.99

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(Product Ref 111008)
Model of 5 plank open coal wagon number 106 in the fleet of merchant Herbert Rigler based at Bournemouth Central station.
£14.99

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(Product Ref 111009)
Model of 6 plank open coal wagon number 222 owned by the Crigglestone Colliery company.
£14.99

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(Product Ref 111010)
Nicely detailed model of T Harrison & Sons of Hollinwood 6 plank open coal wagon number 33.
£14.99

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(Product Ref 111011)
Nicely detailed model of 7 plank open coal wagon number 306 in the fleet of merchants Gardner of Norwich.
£14.99

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(Product Ref 111012)
Detailed model of a 7 plank open coal wagon number 62 operated by Madge with depots in London and Brighton.
£14.99

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(Product Ref 111013)
Nicely detailed model of John Delaney covered lime wagon number 130. This wagons was operated from the Horton limeworks at Horton-in-Ribblesdale.
£14.99

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(Product Ref 111031)
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