SECR Wagons OO Gauge

SECR Maunsell/Lynes design wagons. These wagons were built on a common design of steel underframe introduced from 1915 and forming the basis for theĀ  Southern Railway standard wagon designs.
In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in SECR goods grey livery.
£32.95
Warehouse: 3
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(Product Ref 117577)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in SECR goods grey livery.
£32.95
Warehouse: 2
Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 117578)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in Southern goods brown livery with large lettering.
£32.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 117580)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in Southern goods brown livery with post-1934 small lettering.
£32.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 117581)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in Southern goods brown livery with post-1934 small lettering.
£32.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 117582)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
£32.95
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 117583)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
£32.95
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 117584)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished as preserved wagon 15750 in SECR goods grey livery.
£32.95
Warehouse: 3
Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 117587)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished as SECR 567 in SECR grey livery as recreated by the Bluebell Railway using parts from a SECR wagon obtained from the Port of Bristol Authority.
£32.95
Warehouse: 4
Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 117588)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SECR grey livery.
£32.95
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 117589)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SECR grey livery.
£32.95
Warehouse: 2
Plymouth: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 117590)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with post-1934 small lettering.
£32.95
Warehouse: 1
Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 117593)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with post-1934 small lettering.
£32.95
Warehouse: 2
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 117594)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in Southern goods brown livery with large lettering.
£32.95

Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 117579)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with large lettering.
£32.95

Bristol: 1, Plymouth: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 117591)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in British Railways engineering departmental black livery.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117585)
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in British Railways engineering departmental brown livery.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117586)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with large lettering.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117592)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with post-1934 small lettering.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117595)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in BR engineers departmental black livery.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117596)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with post-1934 small lettering and British Railways S prefix letter.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117597)
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in BR engineers departmental black livery.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 117598)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as SECR number 2033 in SECR dark grey livery with black painted underframe.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 23
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(Product Ref 118192)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as SECR number 2036 in SECR dark grey livery.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 23
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(Product Ref 118193)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as Southern Railway van 55382 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends. Large pre-1936 lettering style.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 23
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(Product Ref 118194)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as Southern Railway van 55389 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends. Large pre-1936 lettering style.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 23
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(Product Ref 118195)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as Southern Railway van 55384 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends. Post-1936 small lettering.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 23
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(Product Ref 118196)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as Southern Railway van 55366 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends. Post-1936 small lettering.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 23
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(Product Ref 118197)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as British Railways Southern region van S55429 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends and post-1948 BR lettering.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

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(Product Ref 118198)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as British Railways Southern region van S55434 in BR goods grey livery.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 23
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(Product Ref 118199)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as British Railways Southern region van S55371 in BR goods grey livery.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 23
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(Product Ref 118200)
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as engineering department brake van 80383 in engineers black livery.
£35.95
MRP £39.95

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(Product Ref 118201)
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