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Proses HL-K-07 00 Gauge Wagon Load Kit Oil Barrels/Drums x 24
A pack of six printed paper black wagon tarpaulins in the markings applied by British Railways from 1948 until circa 1960.
Tarpaulins were used to provide weather protection to loads in open wagons. The tarpaulin was often returned to its' owners neatly folded on the floor of the wagon
Roger Smith TARP420 00 Gauge BR Wagon TarpaulinsA pack of six printed paper grey wagon tarpaulins in the markings applied by British Railways from circa 1960 onwards.
Proses HL-K-06 00 Gauge Wagon Load - SteelKit contains 2 pieces
Pack of 2 45 foot length curtain sided ISO shipping containers finished as Tesco Less CO2 lettered containers with weathered finish.
Pack of 2 20 foot length ISO shipping containers finished as Maersk & Triton containers.
There is coal, and then there is Real Coal!No scenic scatter can match the unique light-reflective properties of multi-faceted lumps of real coal. The only way to recreate it in model form is by using real coal, crushed to a suitably fine grade for model use.Peco now offer three grades of real coal, crushed and sieved, ideal for finishing wagon loads, steam locomotive bunkers and as scenic highlights in goods coal depots and locomotive sheds. Useful for any scale from N to O, as coal was screened, sorting the lumps into a range of consistent sizes before being loaded into wagons. Each wagon would therefore normally contained coal lumps of a quite uniform size.
Peco can supply crushed real stone Iron Ore material, ideal as ore and stone wagon loads and for large rocks, stones and boulder in the landscape.This is a real stone product, naturally coloured and not dyed, so will be colour-fast.Useful for any scale from N to O.
Roger Smith TARP400 00 Gauge BR Wagon TarpaulinsA pack of six printed paper grey wagon tarpaulins in the markings applied by British Railways from circa 1960 onwards.