Dapol OO Gauge 4F-014-013 GWR 2839 Fruit D express fruit van GWR brown.

Fruit D wagons were large ventilated wooden bodied vans designed for the fast and efficient transportation of fruit. They were first constructed in the 1930’s for use by GWR and later in the 1950’s by BR. The vans themselves had three large double side doors for fast unloading and loading and were usually seen as part of passenger or fast goods trains. Out of season these vans were used as parcel or luggage vans. As road transport took over as the principal way of transporting fruit, fruit D vans were converted and used as permanent parcels or stores vans and remained in service in this way into the 1980’s.

 The Dapol model of the fruit D van features:

  • Highly detailed body moulding
  • Profiled wheels
  • NEM pockets with self centring couplings
  • Accurately applied livery
£18.50
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(Product Ref #102041)

This model is painted in the GWRs' brown livery with shirtbutton monogram logo.

These large 4-wheel vans were introduced in the late 1930's for express delivery of fresh fruit and could be conveyed by many passenger train services. Although designed as ventilated fruit vans the vents could easily be closed and the Fruit D was frequently used as a parcels and luggage van.

£18.50
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Bachmann 33-309 model of the GWR standard long-wheelbase 20-Ton 'Toad' goods train brake van lettered for Canons Marsh depot in the Bristol City Docks.

The GWR had developed their goods guards' brake vans into this long-wheelbase single verandh design before WW1 and, other than detail and internal constructional changes, the appearance remained unchanged through to nationalisation.
This model is painted in the GWRs standard goods dark grey livery with the post 1936 small style of lettering.
Many GWR brake vans were allocated to specific locations or duties and this model is lettered for Canons Marsh, Bristol.

£15.95
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(Product Ref #34293)

Bachmann 33-310 model of the GWR standard long-wheelbase 20-Ton 'Toad' goods train brake van lettered for Old Oak Common depot, London. Weathered finish.

The GWR had developed their goods guards' brake vans into this long-wheelbase single verandh design before WW1 and, other than detail and internal constructional changes, the appearance remained unchanged through to nationalisation.
This model is painted in the GWRs standard goods dark grey livery with the post 1936 small style of lettering and a weateherd finsih.
Many GWR brake vans were allocated to specific locations or duties and this model is lettered for the GWRs' Old Oak Common locomotive and coach depot in London. Goods trains from here connected many small goods depots across London with some trains running via the Metropolitan Railway.

£16.95
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(Product Ref #48397)

A batch of second hand models in boxes which appear to have never been opened.

£14.95
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(Product Ref #95092)

A nicely details model of a 5 plank open wagon painted in the Southern Railways' goods brown livery.

Most railway company 5 plank wagons were used as general merchandise wagons, conveying any kind of load which could be placed in an open wagon and sheeted down for weather protection. 7 plank wagons were preferred for minerals and coal service, which helped keep the lower-sided wagons clean.

£14.95
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(Product Ref #5063)

A nicely details model of a 5 plank open wagon painted in the London & North Eastern Railways' goods grey livery, lettered NE.

Most railway company 5 plank wagons were used as general merchandise wagons, conveying any kind of load which could be placed in an open wagon and sheeted down for weather protection. 7 plank wagons were preferred for minerals and coal service, which helped keep the lower-sided wagons clean.

£14.95
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(Product Ref #20836)

A nicely details model of a 5 plank open wagon painted in the London Midland & Scottish Railways' goods grey livery.

Most railway company 5 plank wagons were used as general merchandise wagons, conveying any kind of load which could be placed in an open wagon and sheeted down for weather protection. 7 plank wagons were preferred for minerals and coal service, which helped keep the lower-sided wagons clean.

£14.95
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(Product Ref #5236)

An excellent model of the classic 7-plank open coal wagon painted in the LMS goods grey livery.

These 7-plank end door wagons were used in coal and mineral service, the end doors allowing the wagons to be emptied quickly. Built to specifications laid down by the railway companies through the Railways Clearing House (RCH) these wagons used a range of standard parts, allowing them to be repaired at any railway or private repair station. The LMS and LNER used many standard RCH wagons, while the GWR and SR re-designed their standard wagons to use the RCH parts.

£15.95
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(Product Ref #82615)

An excellent model of the classic 7-plank open coal wagon painted in the LNER goods grey livery, lettered NE.

These 7-plank end door wagons were used in coal and mineral service, the end doors allowing the wagons to be emptied quickly. Built to specifications laid down by the railway companies through the Railways Clearing House (RCH) these wagons used a range of standard parts, allowing them to be repaired at any railway or private repair station. The LMS and LNER used many standard RCH wagons, while the GWR and SR re-designed their standard wagons to use the RCH parts.

£15.95
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(Product Ref #57206)
An excellent model of the classic 7-plank open coal wagon painted in the SR goods brown livery.

While the Southern is not well known for its coal traffic several thousands of tons per year were raised from pits in the Kent coal field for which the Southern needed a fleet of these basic, stocky coal wagons. The additon of the end door allowed the wagons to be emptied quickly into power station bunkers of ships' holds by tipping.
£15.95
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(Product Ref #71363)

10-ton cattle wagon in LNER grey livery lettered NE.

£15.95
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(Product Ref #63990)

The GWR cattle wagon changed little during the 20th century, being a much more modern design compared to the other companies cattle wagons when it was first built. The GWR design was adopted almost unaltered by British Railways as the standard cattle wagon, sllowing this model of the GWR wagon to represent the BR type as well.

This model carries the GWR goods grey livery with the late 1930s small style of lettering.

Era 3

£15.95
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(Product Ref #82646)
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-751D GWR 12-Ton Ventilated Fruit Van GWR Goods Grey Livery

A nicely detailed model of the GWRs goods fruit vans with distinctive louvres in place of the upper planks of the standard covered goods van. When not needed for perishables (fruit and vegetable) traffic these vans could also be used as standard ventilated box vans for 'clean' loads.
Painted in the Great Westerns' standard goods wagon dark grey livery.

Era 3
£16.95
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(Product Ref #48385)
A detailed model of the GWR design shock absorbing box van painted in the GWR goods dark grey livery.

Shock absorbing box vans were fitted with bodies which had some freedom of movement, controlled by springs. This helped damp out sudden shocks caused during shunting, preventing damage to the load inside the van.
£16.95
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(Product Ref #55539)
A nicely detailed model of the LMS low-sided 3-plank drop-side open wagon painted in grey livery.

These useful drop-side wagons could carry a wide range of loads, from crates, containers and road vehicles to stone blocks and aggregates
£9.95
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(Product Ref #82653)

A nicely detailed model of the LMS low-sided 3-plank drop-side open wagon painted in bauxite brown livery.

These useful drop-side wagons could carry a wide range of loads, from crates, containers and road vehicles to stone blocks and aggregates.

£9.95
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(Product Ref #37458)
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-329A LNER Steel Bodied Open Wagon with Smooth Sides and Wood Door

A model of the LNER design steel-bodied open merchandise wagon fitted with wood doors. A devlopment of this wagons design became the BR standard pattern.

This model will be painted in LNER oxide goods wagon livery.

£19.95
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(Product Ref #82864)
Bachmann Branchline OO 38-400A SR 25 Ton Pill Box Brake Van SR Brown
£25.95
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(Product Ref #83103)

A detailed model of the early LMS standard design of goods brake van, a direct development of the last Midland Railway design. These vans were built with and without side lookout duckets, both styles remaining in service into the 1960s.

This model of a van without lookout duckets is painted in the LMS bauxite colour.
£27.95
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(Product Ref #4734)
A new detailed model of the early LNER express fish vans, based on the standard box van wagon design, fitted with running gear more suited to running long distances at express goods train speed.

This model is painted in the LNER goods oxide livery.

Era 3
£18.95
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(Product Ref #4735)
A highly detailed model of the small GWR Canons Marsh Bristol shunters trucks used to provide a place for the shunter to ride safely around goods yards, coupled to the shunting engine. The box and flat floor of the wagon provided storage space for tools and spares, including shunters poles, brake sticks, train tail lamps and spare couplings.

The Bachmann model has been designed to recreate several different designs of shunters trucks as the differences were mainly in detail design. Three versions have been displayed in Bachmanns' display cases covering designs with round turned type handrail knobs, straight angle-iron grab iron brackets and inward-angled angle-iron brackets.

This wagon is painted in the GWR goods grey livery lettered for use at the Bristol Canons Marsh depot.  This busy location in the centre of Bristol, behind the cathedral and alongside the city docks, was one of the major goods terminals in Bristol. A very large goods shed was provided for interchange with road transport and a large yard used to sort wagons with traffic to and from ships in the docks. Several shunters trucks were allocated here.

Era 3 1923-1947
£9.00
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(Product Ref #93444)
A highly detailed model of the small GWR shunters trucks used to provide a place for the shunter to ride safely around goods yards, coupled to the shunting engine. The box and flat floor of the wagon provided storage space for tools and spares, including shunters poles, brake sticks, train tail lamps and spare couplings.

The Bachmann model has been designed to recreate several different designs of shunters trucks as the differences were mainly in detail design. Three versions have been displayed in Bachmanns' display cases covering designs with round turned type handrail knobs, straight angle-iron grab iron brackets and inward-angled angle-iron brackets.

This wagon is painted in the GWR goods grey livery lettered for use at Old Oak Common, which was the major locomotive and passenger coaching stock depot for London. Shunters trucks were used around the coach yards to assemble trains ready for hauling into Paddington station.

Era 3 1923-1947
£12.95
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(Product Ref #93446)

The large GWR Fruit D express fruit van is returning with improved tooling. This model is painted in the GWRs' brown livery with 1934 roundel or shirtbutton logo.

Latest model is 4F-014-009, wagon number 2894

These large 4-wheel vans were introduced in the late 1930's for express delivery of fresh fruit and could be conveyed by many passenger train services. Although designed as ventilated fruit vans the vents could easily be closed and the Fruit D was frequently used as a parcels and luggage van.

£18.50
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(Product Ref #69501)
A model of an insulated banana van painted in Great Western goods grey.
£10.80
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(Product Ref #35920)
Dapol OO gauge 4F-020-007 GWR Ale Wagon

Following a reduction in the cattle business a number of cattle wagons were allocated to the conveyance of ale in casks (barrels).
Throughly cleaned and painted in the goods grey ;ivery these wagons were lettered 'ALE' to ensure they were not inadvertenly used for cattle loading!
£10.80
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(Product Ref #37958)

Low-sided 4-plank open wagon in the goods grey livery of the Great Western. Supplied with sawn timber load.

£10.61
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(Product Ref #77860)
Oxford Rail OO Cattle Wagon LNER 196488 OR76CAT003
A detailed model of the LNER design cattle wagon painted in LNER goods bauxite brown livery.
The LNER was slow to adopt steel underframe, so while the design of the cattle wagon followed the style used by the other four major railway companies the LNER examples continued to use wood underframes. This model reflects these details, along with the solid three-part doors with hand access holes, producing an accurate OO gauge replica of the LNER cattle wagon for the first time.
£10.95
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(Product Ref #101157)
Oxford Rail OO North British Railway 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon NBR Grey OR76MW4001
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW4001 North British Railway 4 Plank Open Coal Wagon NBR Grey
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. Wagons built to this design were also operated by a number of private owners, including collieries and merchants served by the North British so number of eye-catching liveries were carried by these robust looking wagons.
£9.95
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(Product Ref #86727)
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76TOA001 GWR 6 Wheel Toad Goods Trains Brake Van Planked Sides GWR Grey Early Lettering Swindon
£14.99
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(Product Ref #100403)
Oxford Diecast OO Warwell Southern Railway Warwell Wagon Revised Bed MS14176 OR76WW010
£29.95
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(Product Ref #101201)
GWR Shunters Truck (Hales Owen) - R6642C

A new model of the GWR diagram M3 shunters truck. These small wagons were provided for shunters in the GWR to provide a safe riding vehicle plus a mobile store for shunting poles, brake sticks, wheel chocks and spare lamps. The truck also provided a useful spacer between the locomotive and wagons being shunted, so wagons could be positioned in or collected from inside a goods shed without the locomotive having to enter the building.

This model is finished in the GWR goods grey livery as a truck allocated to Halesowen, a yard oin the edge of Birmingham where wagons were distributed to the goods yards and industry sidings around the Black Country.
£10.95
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(Product Ref #25888)
Hornby OO GWR Shunters Truck Fowey R6642D
£14.99
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(Product Ref #25890)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6731 LMS 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon
An exciting new model from Hornby for 2016, these large and quite distinctive hopper wagons were fitted with extra boards to provide volume capacity for 20 tons of coke to be carried.
Coke hopper wagons were built first by the LMS and later the design was adopted as a standard British Railways type. Often seen running in complete trains from the coke ovens to the iron and steel furnaces, frequently empty wagons returned in small numbers conveyed by regular goods trains.
£21.99
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(Product Ref #4952)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6731A LMS 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon
An exciting new model from Hornby for 2016, these large and quite distinctive hopper wagons were fitted with extra boards to provide volume capacity for 20 tons of coke to be carried.
Coke hopper wagons were built first by the LMS and later the design was adopted as a standard British Railways type. Often seen running in complete trains from the coke ovens to the iron and steel furnaces, frequently empty wagons returned in small numbers conveyed by regular goods trains.
£21.99
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(Product Ref #25896)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6735 SR Bulleid Design Cattle Wagon
R6735A Photo Shown
£21.99
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(Product Ref #52495)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6735A SR Bulleid Design Cattle Wagon
£21.99
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(Product Ref #69751)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6823 GWR Diagram AA15 Toad Goods Brake Van GWR Dark Grey
A new model of the GWR standard design goods train brake van modelled from GWR diagram AA15.
£22.99
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(Product Ref #63241)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6823 BR Diagram AA15 Toad Goods Brake Van BR Light Grey
A new model of the GWR standard design goods train brake van modelled from GWR diagram AA15
£22.99
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(Product Ref #69914)

A nicely details model of a 5 plank open wagon painted in the Great Western Railways' goods grey livery.

Most railway company 5 plank wagons were used as general merchandise wagons, conveying any kind of load which could be placed in an open wagon and sheeted down for weather protection. 7 plank wagons were preferred for minerals and coal service, which helped keep the lower-sided wagons clean.

£14.95
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(Product Ref #20835)

Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-529A LNER 20-Ton Toad-D Long Wheelbase Goods Guards' Brake Van LNER Oxide

An excellent model of the LNER 20-ton long wheelbase brake van. This design was developed into the standard British Railways goods guards' brake van and the detail differences in the original LNER build have been correctly reproduced on this model.

£26.95
Available from shops: Bristol: 1
(Product Ref #48371)

10-ton cattle wagon in LNER bauxite livery lettered NE.

£17.95
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(Product Ref #48383)

Bachmann Branchline OO 37-730C 12 Ton Ventilated Van GWR Dark Grey

Model of a GWR ventilated goods box van in GWR goods dark grey livery.

Era 3

£16.95
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(Product Ref #55143)
A detailed model of the Southern Railways covered box van lettered for the carriage of eggs from Devonshire for the Express Dairies company. This kind of advertising livery on a standard railway-company owned van was unusual, but no doubt originated from the business partnership established for the carriage of milk in the well-known Express Dairies 6-wheel tank wagons.

Eras 3-4 1923-1956
£16.95
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(Product Ref #37481)

GWR-liveried version of the Southern 2+2 planked box van.

The Southern Railway built batches of their standard box vans with the distincive alternating broad and narrow planks for all of the major railway companies during WW2. This model depicts one of these vans in service with the GWR.

£10.65
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(Product Ref #82686)
A highly detailed model of the small GWR shunters trucks used to provide a place for the shunter to ride safely around goods yards, coupled to the shunting engine. The box and flat floor of the wagon provided storage space for tools and spares, including shunters poles, brake sticks, train tail lamps and spare couplings.

The Bachmann model has been designed to recreate several different designs of shunters trucks as the differences were mainly in detail design. Three versions have been displayed in Bachmanns' display cases covering designs with round turned type handrail knobs, straight angle-iron grab iron brackets and inward-angled angle-iron brackets.

This wagon is painted in the GWR goods grey livery lettered for use at Newton Abbott, a major rail hub in South Devon serving nearby industries and goods trains along the south Devon coast. A large locomotive repair facility was built here, able to carry out major overhauls on steam locomotives.

Era 3 1923-1947
£16.95
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(Product Ref #93445)
£10.82
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(Product Ref #97620)
A detailed model of a specially constructed van for conveying high explosives, originally gunpowder.

These vans were clearly marked to ensure that railway staff knew the contents were dangerous and precautions had to be taken in the handling of the vehicle. The bold red cross will make this wagon stand out on your layout.

Special wagons add interest to operating as well, as these vans should not be coupled directly to engines, flammable oil tanks or wagons carrying combustible cargoes and kept away from the guard in his van wherever possible.
£10.80
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(Product Ref #47402)
Steel bodied GWR Grano�bulk grain hopper painted in the GWR slate grey livery.
£12.58
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(Product Ref #34117)
GWR container conflat wagon with container K1674.
£14.98
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(Product Ref #34128)
Oxford Rail OO LNER 6 Plank Open Merchandise Wagon LNER Grey OR76MW6001
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW6001 LNER 6 Plank Open Merchandise Wagon LNER Grey
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.
£9.99
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(Product Ref #86723)
Oxford Diecast OO Gauge Warwell A 50-Ton Wagon Ministry of War Well Wagon Transport MS1 OR76WW001

A detailed model of the depressed centre Warwell wagons built during WW2 to carry tanks and other military vehicles between the factories and west coast importing ports to the embarkation ports along the south coast for shipment to France. The depressed centre well was needed to keep the 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.

This model is finished as a wagon on loan from the War Department to the Great Western during and following the build-up to Operation Overload.
£26.99
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(Product Ref #101191)
Oxford Diecast OO Warwell A Wagon No.36 with Sherman Tank OR76WW006

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.

This model is finished as a wagon in wartime service as number 36 carrying an American built Sherman tank.
£35.99
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(Product Ref #101198)
Oxford Diecast OO Warwell A Wagon DM721211 with Steam Road Engine OR76WW009
Steam Road Engine may vary from photo
£35.99
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(Product Ref #101199)
A detailed model of the MOGO type van in GWR goods grey livery.

The MOGO van was built to convey motor cars, safely under cover, in express goods trains. The vans were equiped with end doors to allow loading of raod vehicles and side doors so the vans could also be used as conventional ventilated box vans.
£11.50
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(Product Ref #69934)
LMS Horse Box (42409) - R6678A

By the 1930s a reasonably standard design of horse box had been evolved and essential similar wagons were built by the GWR and LMS.
This model replicates LMS horse box 42409 in the LMS crimson livery.

  • Finish: Pristine
  • Length: 90mm
  • Livery: LMS
  • £14.99
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    (Product Ref #25893)

    GWR Toad Brake Van - R6693

    • Finish: Pristine
    • Livery: GWR
    Length 106mm
    £16.99
    Available from shops: Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 2
    (Product Ref #9318)
    Bachmann Branchline OO 33-090 Triple Pack 5 Plank China Clay Wagon Flat Hood GWR Grey

    Nice models of the GWR china clay wagons, the design of which was perpetuated by British Railways, the design having been developed specifically for this traffic. These models are painted in the GWR grey livery complete with flat tarpaulins, needed to ensure the weather and steam locomotive grime was kept off the china clay.
    £35.00
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    (Product Ref #34289)

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 33-300G GWR 20-Ton TOAD Goods Train Brake Van GWR Grey Didcot Allocation

    An excellent model of the Great Western's distinctive Toad goods brake van with it's single large veranda. Painted in the Great Western dark grey goods livery the van carries Didcot as it's allocation. Set at the junction of the Oxford/Birmingham and Bristol/South Wales/South West routes Didcot remains a major centre for the rail freight businesses today, In GWR days the depot and goods yard here also sent goods for export to continental Europe and beyond over the Didcot, Newbury and Southampton route.

    Era 3

    £15.95
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    (Product Ref #63830)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 33-857B LMS 30 Ton Bogie Bolsetr Wagon LMS Grey

    Bogie bolster wagons are used to convey loads which are too long to fit into standard open wagons. This LMS grey bolster is a fine model of the type with detail including deck planking and movable bolster stakes.

    Era 3

    £19.95
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-087 GWR 7 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon

    An excellent model of the classic 7-plank open coal wagon with end door for rapid unloading painted in the GWR's dark goods grey livery. These wagons were popular with colliery companies as the end doors allowed rapid discharge into ships.

    The GWR used iron and steel underframes for their own wagons from around 1880, however this wooden framed wagon carries a 0 prefixed number, indicating it isn't a GWR owned wagon. The three Gloucester RCW plates along the solebar indicate this is a wagon from the Gloucester wagon companys' lease fleet on hire to the GWR, possibly pending the completion of an order from the Great Western.

    £15.95
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-708A LMS Cattle Wagon LMS Bauxite Livery

    Neatly detailed model of a cattle wagon on LMS bauxite livery
    £17.95
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    12-ton ventilated box van LMS goods grey livery.

    Era 3

    £16.95
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    (Product Ref #57241)
    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-075B Southern Railway 12-Ton Plywod Sided Ventilated Box Van SR Goods Brown Livery Post-1934 Small Insignia

    The unusual roof shape of the Southern Railway's box vans make them distinctive and different vehicles in a goods train. This plywood sided version is painted in the Southern Railway's late 1930's lettering style. Body is a dark chocolate brown colour with white lettering on black backgrpund patches, similar to the later BR lettering style.

    Era 3
    £16.95
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-331 LNER 13 Ton High Sided Steel Bodied Open Wagon with Chain Pockets LNER Grey


    £19.95
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    Bachmann Branchline OO 38-552A Midland 20 Ton Brake Van LMS Grey

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    A detailed model of the early LMS standard design of goods brake van, a direct development of the last Midland Railway design. These vans were built with and without side lookout duckets, both styles remaining in service into the 1960s.

    This model of a van with lookout duckets is painted in the LMS grey colour.
    £27.95
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-725 War Department Warflat tank carrier bogie flat wagon. Painted khaki drab with tank load.
    New model announced 2013.



    £42.46
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    Model of the LMS standard design of covered goods van with sliding door. This model carries the markings of a van assigned for the transport of eggs.

    £10.82
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    A model of the standard design of LMS covered box van painted in bauxite livery.

    £10.80
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    A model of the standard design of LMS covered box van painted in grey livery.

    £10.80
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    (Product Ref #101334)
    Model of a steel body covered box van used for the transport of explosives.

    This van is lettered for the LNWR, the London & North Western Railway, one of the largest British railway companies of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. The LNWR trains ran from London Euston station to Birmingham, the cities of the north west of England and into Scotland, the West Coast route.
    £10.82
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    Model of a steel body covered box van used for the transport of explosives.

    £10.82
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    Model of a metal-bodied box van as used for the conveyance of gunpowder and other explosives. Painted in NE livery, this lettering alos being used by the LNER.
    £10.82
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    A model of the GWR design steel bodied gunpowder box van with a weathered paint finish.

    These specially constructed vehicles were designed to ensure the risks of carrying explosives were controlled. The vans were painted in a distinctive livery to ensure rapid identification by railway staff, with bold red markings making it very clear that the contents were hazardous.

    £11.85
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    (Product Ref #2469)

    The GWR cattle wagons were equiped with vacuum train brakes, allowing them to be run in fast trains. These wagons were often throughly cleansed ready for use on the express fruit and vegetable trains from the South West during the annual harvest and later, following a decline in demand for cattle wagons, a number had the open slats boarded in and full height doors fitted for permanent allocation to the fruit and vegatables services.

    This model of the GWR cattle wagon shows further modifications made, with van style doors and planked-over upper panels, converting these wagons more permanently into fruit vans.

    £10.82
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    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-016-017 LMS Ventilated Box Van Bauxite

    Model of a LMS sliding door covered box van.

    £10.80
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    £11.86
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    A neat model of the Southern Railway 2+2 style planked box van, with the distinctive 'wrap-over' roof profile. This model carries GWR goods dark grey livery, representing a batch of these vans built for the GWR during WWII.
    £10.80
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    £10.80
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    A detailed model of the steel grain hoppers used from the 1930's until replaced by modern air-braked wagons in the 1970's. This model is in the GWR goods grey livery marked for return to Avonmouth Docks (near Bristol), a major grain handling port. Metal wheels are fitted for smooth running.
    £13.60
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    Dapol OO Gauge 4F-036-021 GWR Grano Bulk Grain Hopper Return to Avonmouth

    Avonmouth was a mjor grain port for many years and a small fleet of grain hoppers was marked for return to Avonmouth to ensure a good supplyof wagons would be on hand when the next grain ship docked in addition to the regular distribution from the large dockside granary stores to the many smaller mills around the South West.

    £12.58
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    Model of a GWR container flat wagon painted in the companys' standard goods grey livery with a furinture removals container painted in the GWR chocolate brown colour with 1934 'button' monogram logo.

    Container service allowed railway and haulage companies to transport goods from door to door without needing to re-load the goods between road vehicles and railway vans. Using a combination of flat-bed road vehicles and these con(tainer)flat wagons the container was lifted from the collecting road vehicle onto container onto the wagon at the nearest railway station. Moved by rail to the destination station the container was again lifted onto a road vehicle for final delivery.

    Containers had been in use for furniture removals since the early 1900s, by the 1930s all of the four principal railway companies offered containers for removals.

    £14.98
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    Model of a Southern Railway 4-wheel conflat container wagon loaded with a furniture removals container owned by Pickfords.
    £14.98
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    Model of a GWR 4-wheel conflat container wagon loaded with a furniture container owned by the Reading based company of C & G Ayres.
     
    A well-known Reading merchant and haulage company C & G Ayres are still in business today, continuing to expand their range of  transportation and warehousing services to business and private customers requiring global relocation services.
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    (Product Ref #34112)

    The GWR was a great promoter of larger capacity wagons in the 1930s, by which time the company already had many of these 20-ton capacity wagons in their own service as both 'traffic' or locomotive coal wagons and leased wagons to several South Wales collieries.

    The GWR offered lower rates per ton on coal in 20-ton wagons, but with receiving facilities built on the basis of 10-ton wagons only larger customers (gas works, power stations etc.) could efficiently deal with 20-ton loads. BR later compromised, standardising on a 16-ton capacity wagon.

    Dapol have updated the chassis to incorporate NEM coupler pockets.

    £11.13
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    Dapol 4F-051-013 5 plank wagon GWR

    £10.61
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    Dapol OO 4F-051-041 SR 5 Plank Open Wagon

    Model of a 5 plank open wagon in Southern Railway livery

    £10.61
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    7 plank open wagon painted in the GWR slate grey goods livery.
    £10.61
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    (Product Ref #34108)
    £10.61
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    Led by the practices of the constituant companies which had choosen to build wagons slightly larger than was usual in Britsih practice the Southern Railways' standard open wagons were built to an 8 plank design, offering a greater internal volume than the 5 and 7 plank types.
    £11.23
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    (Product Ref #34105)
    Oxford Rail OO LNER Large Cattle Wagon LNER Bauxtite OR76CAT002
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76CAT002 LNER Cattle Wagon Bauxite Lettered NE
    A detailed model of the LNER design cattle wagon painted in LNER goods bauxite brown livery.
    The LNER was slow to adopt steel underframe, so while the design of the cattle wagon followed the style used by the other four major railway companies the LNER examples continued to use wood underframes. This model reflects these details, along with the solid three-part doors with hand access holes, producing an accurate OO gauge replica of the LNER cattle wagon for the first time.
    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO LNER Large Cattle Wagon LNER Bauxtite E156266 OR76CAT002B
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76CAT002B LNER Cattle Wagon Bauxite Lettered NE
    A detailed model of the LNER design cattle wagon painted in LNER goods bauxite brown livery.
    The LNER was slow to adopt steel underframe, so while the design of the cattle wagon followed the style used by the other four major railway companies the LNER examples continued to use wood underframes. This model reflects these details, along with the solid three-part doors with hand access holes, producing an accurate OO gauge replica of the LNER cattle wagon for the first time.
    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO Cattle Wagon LNER Lime Washed 196152 OR76CAT003W
    A detailed model of the LNER design cattle wagon painted in LNER goods bauxite brown livery.
    The LNER was slow to adopt steel underframe, so while the design of the cattle wagon followed the style used by the other four major railway companies the LNER examples continued to use wood underframes. This model reflects these details, along with the solid three-part doors with hand access holes, producing an accurate OO gauge replica of the LNER cattle wagon for the first time.
    £10.95
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    (Product Ref #101158)
    Oxford Rail OO Coke Wagon 7 Plank Dinnington 254 with 2 Coke Rails OR76CK7001
    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO Coke Wagon 7 Plank Coalite 552 with 2 Coke Rails OR76CK7002
    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO Coke Wagon 7 Plank Renishaw Iron Co 917 with 2 Coke Rails OR76CK7004
    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO Coke Wagon 7 Plank Baldwin 2032 Grey with 3 Coke Rails OR76CK7003
    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO agon 7 Plank Baldwin 3022 Black with 3 Coke Rails OR76CK7006
    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO LNER 6 Plank Open Merchandise Wagon LNER Grey E139522 OR76MW6001B
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW6001B LNER 6 Plank Open Merchandise Wagon LNER Grey
    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.
    £9.99
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    Oxford Rail OO LNER 6 Plank Mineral Wagon 150475 OR76MW6001C

    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO LNER 6 Plank Mineral Wagon Weathered OR76MW6001W

    £10.95
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    Oxford Rail OO 6 Plank Wagon FJ Newton OR76MW6001
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW6003 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.
    £9.99
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    (Product Ref #100397)
    Oxford Rail OO BR 6 Plank Triple Wagon Pack Weathered OR76MW6004
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW6004 BR 6 Plank Triple Wagon Pack Weathered
    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.
    £29.99
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    (Product Ref #100398)
    Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76TOA002 GWR 6 Wheel Toad Goods Trains Brake Van Plated Sides GWR Goods Grey 1930s Small Lettering Bridport RU

    These 6-wheeled goods train brake vans were built in the early 1900s in response to the need for greater braking force for the longer, heavier goods trains being hauled by the newest 2-6-0 and 2-8-0 goods engines. In addition to increasing weight from 16 to 24 tons a third axle was added to increase the brake force available. The new vans were initially allocated to the heaviest trains to help the the crew control the 80+ wagons a Churchward 28xx class engines (introduced from 1903) could haul.
    The railway companies later settled on 20 tons as the optimum weight for goods train brake vans and the GWR commenced their long line of very similar long-wheelbase 4-wheeled vans.

    The 6 wheeled vans continued to serve, many being fitted with robust metal sheathing for the lower body sides and surviving into the British Railways era. Their allocation became more widespread, often being used to provide depots with an extra-heavy brake van for use when it was needed and some were allocated to country branch lines with steep gradients to help the guard control the train in event of a broken coupling.

    The Oxford Rail model has been designed to incorporate several of the changes made to these vans over their long lives. This model finished in later condition with steel-sheathed sides to the van and veranda finished in the post 1934 small sized lettering style.
    The Bridport branch had several very steep gradients and a 6-wheeled van was allocated to ensure the guard would be able to control any 'break-away' occurring on the grades. The RU lettering stands for 'Restricted Use', indicating the van was not part of the general service pool and should not be 'borrowed' for other routes.
    £14.99
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    (Product Ref #100404)
    Oxford Diecast OO GWR Toad 4 Wheel Planked Brake Van (Early) Paddington OR76TOB001

    Noticeably shorter at 20 feet than the later and more familiar 24 feet 20-ton vans these all-wood bodied vans were the GWRs standard goods train brake vans from the 1888 to 1901, with around 840 being built. Early examples weighed only 13 tons with later built vans being ballasted up to 20 tons, though 16 tons became the most common weight. These vans were allocated diagram reference AA3 in the new index and after WW1 were allocated to lighter duties such as branch line and local pick-up goods trains. By the 1930s these vans were being allocated to the track and signalling engineering departments for use as tool and riding vans. Several examples lasted into British Railways service, being perfectly adequate for their duties.

    This model is finished in the early GWR grey livery with large lettering as a van allocated to the principal London depot at Paddington from where it would have been used on goods trains to the smaller London area depot and transfer runs to the yards of other railway companies via the West London line.
    £14.99
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    Oxford Diecast OO GWR Toad 4 Wheel Planked Brake Van (Late) Acton 56034 OR76TOB002

    Noticeably shorter at 20 feet than the later and more familiar 24 feet 20-ton vans these all-wood bodied vans were the GWRs standard goods train brake vans from the 1888 to 1901, with around 840 being built. Early examples weighed only 13 tons with later built vans being ballasted up to 20 tons, though 16 tons became the most common weight. These vans were allocated diagram reference AA3 in the new index and after WW1 were allocated to lighter duties such as branch line and local pick-up goods trains. By the 1930s these vans were being allocated to the track and signalling engineering departments for use as tool and riding vans. Several examples lasted into British Railways service, being perfectly adequate for their duties.

    This model is finished in the 1934 onwards GWR grey livery with small lettering as a van allocated to Acton yard, the main yard handling wagons being transferred to and from the other railway companies via the West London line, in addition to serving a number of outer London stations and branch lines, many of which would have had sidings serving coal merchants.
    £14.99
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    (Product Ref #101188)
    Oxford Diecast OO Warwell A Wagon with Sherman Tank Weathered OR76WW006B

    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.

    This model is finished as a wagon in wartime service carrying an American built Sherman tank.
    £35.99
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    (Product Ref #102942)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6767 SR Brake Van

    Expected June 2016

    Model of a Southern Railway goods guards' brake van allocated to New Cross Gate yard.

    £16.99
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    (Product Ref #47504)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6768 LMS Brake Van

    Expected June 2016

    Model of a later LMS design goods guards' brake van with long wheelbase chassis to give a better ride at express goods train speeds when compared to the older short vans. These brake vans remained in use into the 1980s, laterly being adopted by the engineering departments as brake and mess vans,

    £16.99
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    (Product Ref #8077)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6775 Southern Railway Ventilated Box Van

    Expected 2017

    £15.99
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    (Product Ref #47526)

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6776 Conflat and Container Wagon

    Expected June 2016

    £14.99
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    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6799 LMS Horse Box LMS Crimson Livery

  • Finish: Pristine
  • Length: 90mm
  • Livery: LMS
  • £22.99
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    (Product Ref #47497)
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6811 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).
    £15.99
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    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6827 SR Cattle Wagon 53767 Diagram 1530
    £22.99
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    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6827A SR Cattle Wagon 53768 Diagram 1530
    £22.99
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    (Product Ref #100944)
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