A good model of the 14-ton oil tank wagon from the steam era. This model carries the livery of blended motor fuel specialists National Mobil.
£25.95
Warehouse: 2
Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 71369)
£25.95
Warehouse: 3
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 48381)
Dapol4F-032-006 OO Gauge Wm. Butler, Tar Distillers of Bristol Rectangular Tank Wagon Weathered Finish

Wm. Butlers' tar tanker is a well-known wagon, its' photograph is frequently used to illustrate the rectangular tank wagon design.
These tank wagons were used to collect coal tar, a by-product of coal gas production, for refining to extract more useful petro-chemicals. Butlers' tar wagons would have travelled widely to collect raw materials from gas companies, particularly around the south-west and west midlands, supplying the companys' plants at Bristol and Gloucester.

The company originates in the GWR broad gauge era, Mr Butler being appointed by Mr Brunel to run the timber treatment plant in Bristol. Later forming his own company Butlers are still operating today as suppliers of industrial oil products like heating oil.

£16.50
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 98183)
Detailed model of a RCH 1920s era design saddle mounted oil tank wagon finished black livery for the carriage of class B (low flammability product like bitumen and bunker oil) and carrying Mobil Oil markings and logos from the 1955-1966 period.
These tank wagons with securing cables around the access hatch were built in the 1920s and could be found in service into the 1960s.
£21.95
Warehouse: 6
Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 2
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(Product Ref 103864)
Detaikled new model of a saddle mounted RCH 10 ton oil tank wagon built to designs from the 1920s era finished in the Carless Petrol livery of Carless, Cape & Leonard, petrol and naptha distillers as wagon number 10.
This stone livery applies to the pre-WW2 1920s and 30s era (era 3).
£21.95
Warehouse: 4
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 2, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 4
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(Product Ref 103865)
£21.95
Warehouse: 9+
Bristol: 2, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 2, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 103866)
£21.95
Warehouse: 9+
Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 2, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 103867)
£21.95
Warehouse: 9+
Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 103897)
£21.95
Warehouse: 7
Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 1, Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 103898)
Hornby Railways R6771 OO Gauge Depressed Centre Chevron or V Form Pressure Discharge Tank Wagon Mineral Industries Ltd.

This model is finished as a tank in operation with Mineral Industries Limited.

£25.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 63229)
Model of 20 ton tank wagon operated by United Molasses, fleet number 89
£16.99
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 111016)
Pack of 3 20ton tank wagons carrying the Globe 3A brand of the Corn Products Company.
Corn Products Company, later CPC, was based on the Trafford Park estate alongside the Manchester Ship Canal and still used a steam locomotive for shunting into the 1970s.
£44.00
MRP £48.99

Plymouth: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 111059)

A detailed model of the 45-tonne GLW 2 axle / 4 wheeled oil tank wagon finished in grey livery with Esso markings.

£32.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 48376)
Well detailed model of the well known TTA 45-ton fuel oil tank wagon, seen across the British rail network.
This model is finished as a tank in service with ICI carrying Methanol.
£32.95

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(Product Ref 48375)

A detailed model of the 45-tonne 4-wheel TTA type oil tank wagon painted in plain black livery, as used for wagons loaded with heavy oils.

This wagon carries Shell and BP markings from the period when these companies had a shared distribution network.

Eras 5-6

£32.95

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(Product Ref 77231)
A good model of the monoblock 45-ton 4-wheeled oil tank wagon, calssified TTA.

This model is finished as a wagon operated by the Amoco oil company.

Eras 7-8 1971-1994

£32.95

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(Product Ref 82640)
A nicely detailed model of a 45-ton glw TTA tank wagon operated by Fina.
£36.95

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(Product Ref 57237)
£32.95

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(Product Ref 82639)
£36.95

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(Product Ref 107536)

For many years Shell and BP operated a combined distribution network, their wagons being pooled together and carrying both companys' lettering or logos.

This model features a significant detail upgrade on the older oil tank wagon models, with 'generic' design.
Cylindrical tanks were mounted to railway wagon chassis by several methods, the mounting becoming steadily more robust as designs were developed. The anchor mounting uses strong central brackets to connect the tank section with the chassis solebars in the central portion of the chassis between the axles. This design was introduced in the 1930s and a large number of these anchor mounted oil tanks were built before and during WW2 for the air ministry. After WW2 these wagons were sold to the oil companies, so this design of tank wagon formed the primary post-war oil wagon fleet until larger 35 and 45 ton designs appeared in the 1960s.

£34.95

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(Product Ref 91790)
This model features a significant detail upgrade on the older oil tank wagon models, with 'generic' design.
Cylindrical tanks were mounted to railway wagon chassis by several methods, the mouting becoming steadily more robust as designs were developed. The anchor mounting uses strong central brackets to connect the tank section with the chassis solebars in the central portion of the chassis between the axles. This design was introduced in the 1930s and a large numbe of these anchor mounted oil tanks were built before and during WW2 for the air ministry. After WW2 these wagons were sold to the oil companies, so this design of tank wagon formed the primary post-war oil wagon fleet until larger 35 and 45 ton designs appeared in the 1960s.
£34.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 48379)
Cylindrical tanks were mounted to railway wagon chassis by several methods, the mounting becoming steadily more robust as designs were developed. The anchor mounting uses strong central brackets to connect the tank section with the chassis solebars in the central portion of the chassis between the axles. This design was introduced in the 1930s and a large numbee of these anchor mounted oil tanks were built before and during WW2 for the air ministry. After WW2 these wagons were sold to the oil companies, so this design of tank wagon formed the primary post-war oil wagon fleet until larger 35 and 45 ton designs appeared in the 1960s.
£29.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107572)
Cylindrical tanks were mounted to railway wagon chassis by several methods, the mounting becoming steadily more robust as designs were developed. The anchor mounting uses strong central brackets to connect the tank section with the chassis solebars in the central portion of the chassis between the axles. This design was introduced in the 1930s and a large number of these anchor mounted oil tanks were built before and during WW2 for the air ministry. After WW2 these wagons were sold to the oil companies, so this design of tank wagon formed the primary post-war oil wagon fleet until larger 35 and 45 ton designs appeared in the 1960s.
£29.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107573)
Cylindrical tanks were mounted to railway wagon chassis by several methods, the mounting becoming steadily more robust as designs were developed. The anchor mounting uses strong central brackets to connect the tank section with the chassis solebars in the central portion of the chassis between the axles. This design was introduced in the 1930s and a large number of these anchor mounted oil tanks were built before and during WW2 for the air ministry. After WW2 these wagons were sold to the oil companies, so this design of tank wagon formed the primary post-war oil wagon fleet until larger 35 and 45 ton designs appeared in the 1960s.
£29.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107574)
Dapol 4F-031-037 OO Gauge Co-op London 6 Wheel Milk Tank wagon

Painted in the red livery of the Co-operative Wholesale Society and lettered 'Pure New Milk' for the Royal Arsenal Co-operative society at Woolwich.

£15.99

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(Product Ref 57837)
Dapol 4F-032-003 00 Gauge Plain Black Rectangular Tank Wagon No.21

Plain black and unlettered rectangular oil or tar tank wagon carrying RCH commuted charge markings for shunting and empty haulage.

£15.43

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(Product Ref 2844)
Dapol 4F-032-009 00 Gauge R S Clare & Co. Liverpool Rectangular Tank Wagon

Rectangular tank wagon in the slate grey colours of Clare & Co., a Liverpool based chemicals company.

This wagon is fitted with metal wheels and NEM coupler pockets.

£15.43

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 80304)
Dapol 4F-032-013 OO Gauge Yorkshire & Lincolnshire Tar Distillters Rectangular Oil Tank Wagon

Rectanguler oil tank wagon painted in the black livery of the Yorkshire & Lincolnshire Tar Distillation Company based at Gunness-on-Trent

£15.43

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(Product Ref 75989)
Detailed model of BP oil tank wagon 1061
£21.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 111325)
Oxford Rail OR76TKA001 00 Gauge Class A Tank Wagon BRT Staveley Chemicals No.5485 Livery
£24.99

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(Product Ref 101179)
Oxford Rail OR76TKA002 00 Gauge Class A Tank Wagon Esso No.4022 Revised Suspension
£24.99

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(Product Ref 101180)
Oxford Rail OR76TKA003 00 Gauge Class A Tank Wagon Esso No.4022 Original Suspension
£24.99

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(Product Ref 101181)
Oxford Rail OR76TKB001 00 Gauge Class B Tank Wagon Esso Black Original Suspension No.3300
£24.99

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(Product Ref 101182)
Oxford Rail OR76TKB002 00 Gauge Class B Tank Wagon Esso Unbranded Revised Suspension No.47792
£24.99

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(Product Ref 101184)
Oxford Rail OR76TKB003 00 Gauge Class B Tank Wagon Regent Revised Suspension No.441
£24.99

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(Product Ref 101185)
Cumberland Tarred Slag wagons and tankers were often based in Cumbria, either at Siddick Junction or Warrington. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113797)
The Sunderland Gas Company dates back to the mid-19th century and operated until May 1949. In the 20th century the company’s main gas works was located in Hendon. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113798)
This 20T tank wagon features the livery of Cosco Products and would be based at Bromborough Port in Cheshire. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances. Prototypically this wagon would be found in the late 1930s.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113799)
Esso had a huge fleet of 20T tanker wagons built at various times used for transporting fuel. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113800)
This 14T tank wagon was used to transport Trumulsion Cold-Applied Bitumen, manufactured by the Graphite Oils Co. of Grimsby. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£17.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113801)
Tank wagons like this were used to transport liquids such as fuel around the country by rail. This example is typical of the tank wagon traffic that would be found on British railways in the 20th century. Tank wagons were divided into class A and Class B with the less common Class A wagons being built to contain more volatile substances.
£13.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113626)
£29.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 111024)
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