All of these coaches are Era 5 models. This era covers the interesting transition from steam to diesel locomotives between 1957 and 1968. British Railways mark 1 coaches predominated on express services with the later pre-nationalisation company designs on secondary services and the first of the new mark 2 coach desgn entering service before the corporate blue and grey livery appeared.
Details of the periods covered by the era numbers can be found here. 

In 1957 British Railways changed the principal paint scheme for passenger coaches to lined maroon, similar to the former Midland/LMS livery. At the same time each region was authorised to reintroduce named expresses and paint coaches in special liveries for these trains. Great Western chocolate and cream quickly reappeared, while the Southern rapidly repainted coaches into green, matching the EMU stock. After testing the scheme in 1964 BR adopted a corporate livery of blue and grey, though the maroon and regional painted vehicles survived in service for several years. However the use of Mk.1 coaches on heritage railways has seen many hundreds of these coaches repainted in Era 5 liveries, including coaches in service today for mainline tour and charter trains.

Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge Highlander Coach Pack comprising One BR Mk.2A TSO Second Class Coach and One Class 101 DMU DTCL Trailer Coach. West Highland Line Green & Cream Tourist Livery.
New product announced 2016. Price to be advised.

A very interesting coach pack from Bachmann featuring a BR Mk.2A TSO touriset second open class coach plus an ex-DMU driving trailer coach, in service as an observation saloon.
These coaches carry the green and cream livery applied to coaches being used on the Highlander tourist train service along the West Highland line between Fort William and Mallaig.

British Rail operated an observation saloon on the scenic West Highland line for many years. By the 1980s the old ex-LNER saloon was becoming very expensive to maintain and DMU trailer cars were converted to take over the saloon role.
Typical traction for the Highlander service includes class 37/4 diesels, plus the preserved LNER K1 class and ex-LMS 'Black 5' steam locomotives.
Era 8. 1982-1994
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-580 BR Western Region Auto Trailer Chocolate & Cream (Preserved)

A new and detailed model of the GWR style auto trailer coaches built by British Railways for use with class 14xx, 64xx and 4575 locomotives in push-pull trains. These coaches were constructed on 63ft underframes and given GWR series diagram numbers A38 and A40. Body construction was updated in style, with more modern smooth sides but followed the traditional GWR design with a three-window bowed front end, providing the driver with a good view of the line ahead when the coach was being propelled. The coaches were built in the early 1950s and so far as is known none carried chocolate & cream livery in British railways service, however preseved coaches have been painted in the GWR livery by heritage railways.

This highly detailed model features a detailed underframe including suspended steps and representation of front end cab control apparatus along with a host of features such as bogies fitted with all axle phosphor bronze (low friction) bearings. The bodyshell includes a detailed passenger interior and roof details with individually fitted GWR style shell vents. To finsih the coach prototypical length buffers are fitted and buffer beam detailing accessories are supplied.

Eras 7-9 1971 onwards (Preserved). Length 275mm

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An excellent model of the British Railways Mk.1 side corridor second class coach painted in the maroon livery of the late 1950s and 1960s.

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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-026E British Railways Mk.1 SK Side Corridor Second Class Coach BR Maroon

Era 5

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BR Mk.1 SO/TSO second class open coach.

Second class coaches formed the backbone of the passenger carriage fleet. The use of open plan seating allowed all passengers to be seated at a table, plus provided seats for more passengers with less weight when compared to traditional side-corridor coaches. Later passengers began to appreciate the better field of view from the open style coaches, especially on scenic lines.

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Bachmann OO BR Mk1 CK Corridor Composite Coach BR Maroon 39-126C
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-126C BR Mk.1 CK Corridor Composite Coach BR Maroon Livery
Bachmanns BR Mk.1 coaches are the best models yet of these popular coaches. Familiar to enthusiasts everywhere hundreds of these coaches are still in service on tour train sets and heritage railways.
This is a model of the composite side corridor design, with four first class and three second class compartments. the CK type oach was often used to provide first class accomodation on short 4-5 coach cross-country trains, ideal for many model railways.
Painted in the BR maroon livery used from the late 1950s until the late 1960s.
Era 5 1957-1966
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An excellent model of the BR Mk.1 general purpose unclassified restaurant car in the BR maroon livery of the 1960s..

These restaurant cars featured a large kitchen area able to provide dinner service and a half-coach of seating for diners.

Era 5

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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-176D BR Mk.1 BG Gangwayed Full Brake Luggage & Mails Van British Railways Maroon Livery
The Mk1 coach was designed as the BR standard coach in the early 1950's. The gangwayed brake van provided parcels and luggage accomodation matching the new coach design.
Bachmann's model is to the correct scale length and features many separate parts, replicating detail differences and equipment changes. This model is in as-built condition and painted in the maroon passenger livery of the 1960's.
Era 5 1957-1966
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An excxellent model of the BR Mk.1 design coach. This model is of the composite side corridor coach with compartments for first and second class passengers. These coaches were used to provide a small first class portion on short train formations, ideal for many model railways.

This model is painted in the Western region chocolate and cream livery. Era 5.

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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-273 BR Mk.1 GUV General Utility Van BR Southern Green Livery

The BR standard general utility van  (GUV) featured side and end doors suitable for the loading with a wide range of items. The side doors provided access for BRUTE trollys or for hand-loading with bagged mail or parcels. The end doors featured drop-down flaps covering the buffers and allowed motor vehicles to be driven aboard and between the vans on MotorRail services.

This van is painted in the BR Southern region green livery, matching the regions' electric multiple unit rolling stock.
Era 5, 1957-1966

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Bachmann OO BR Mk.1 FK First Class Corridor Coach Maroon Weathered 39-151F
A detailed model of the BR MK.1 first class side corridor coach in the BR maroon livery.
Era 5
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-226C BR Mk.1 BCK Brake Corridor Composite Coach British Railways Maroon Livery.

A detailed model of the BR mark 1 composite brake coach painted in the later British railways maroon livery.

These brake composite coaches were very useful in short train formations, combining accomodation for first and second class passengers plus an office for the guard and small luggage stowage area into one coach. BCK coaches were used as 'through coaches' for many years, the single coach containing all the facilities needed for a train could be coupled to and shunted between long-distance trains to provide direct service between additional terminals.
Era 6-7 1967-1982

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Bachmann OO BR Mk.1 FO First Class Open Coach Maroon 39-241
Bachmann Branchline OO 39-241 BR Mk1 FO First Open Maroon
An excellent model of the BR Mk.1 design first class open plan seating coach.
Many of these coaches were built to provide seating coaches to operate with a kitchen car, while standard first class coaches retained seating compartments. As demand for full meal service declined in the 1960s these coaches were redeployed as general service first class coaches.
Businessmen found the tables useful to get some work done while travelling, leading to an increasing acceptance of the open plan seating arrangement for first class accomodation.
Era 5
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Bachmann OO BR MkI RMB Miniature Buffet Car Maroon 39-261B
A very nice model of the Minature Buffet car. These coaches have a small buffet counter and food storage area near the centre, able to serve basic food and refreshments. Bachmann's model features the smooth riding commonwealth cast steel bogie and the extensive water supply piping on the roof. NEM pockets are used to permit tension-lock of bar type couplers to be fitted.
This model carries the second standard BR coach livery of lined maroon, seen in the 1960's.
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Bachmann OO BR Mk1 GUV General Utility Van Maroon Livery 39-271D
An excellent model of the BR General Utility Van or GUV. These vans were designed for loading through side or end doors, allowing a wide range of cargos to be accomodated, from bagged mail to motor vehicles.
This coach carries the red livery of RES, Rail Express Systems. This was a network service introduced in the mid-1980s for express mail and parcels service. Many of these vans carry this livery today, though few remain in service.
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A new model of the British Railways Mk.1 type first class sleeping car classified SLF, standing for SLeeper First class.

These coaches were fitted with single berths in each compartment providing additional privacy for first class passengers, second class compartments accomodating two passengers.
This new model brings the sleeper coaches up-to-date, matching the standards of detail found in the Bachmann Mk.1 coach model range.

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Hornby OO BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Third Class Coach BR Maroon R4763
Hornby Railways R4763 BR ex-GWR Collett Bow Ended 57' Corridor 3rd Class Coach BR Maroon
Collett 'Bow Ended' Standard 57' Corridor Stock
When Charles Collett became Chief Mechanical Officer of the Great Western Railway in 1922, one of his priorities was to modernise the GWR’s fleet of ageing, yet distinctive ‘Toplight’ coaching stock. His resulting ‘bow-ended’ design went on to become the basic GWR design for almost 30 years and from 1925, until the late summer of 1929, the steel panelled, oak framed bow-ended coach, with inset windows, high waist and clean exterior, was applied to 57’ coach bodies on newly developed 7’ single bolster bogies.
On entering traffic in 1925, six coach sets were formed from Lot Nos. 1351-53, comprising Corridor Thirds from diagram C54, left and right handed 4 compartment Corridor Brake Thirds from diagram D95 and left and right handed Corridor Composites from diagram E127. Over the following four years, further Lot numbers of these diagrams were produced, along with an additional eight different diagrams and the design became the first choice for the important Express Trains, including the Cheltenham Spa Express and Bristolian, until the late 1930s. Many of these coaches survived in general service until 1961, being withdrawn completely by early 1963, with several managing to escape scrapping when they were converted for departmental use during the early 1960s.
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Newly announced model of the BR Mk.1 sleeper car classified SLSTP, standing for SLeeper, Second class Twin berth with Pantry (attendeant's office).

These were the usual second class sleeping cars used on overnight sleeper trains, having twin (upper and lower) berths to accomodate two passengers in each compartment. A compartment was provided at one end of the attendant with facilities to supply tea, coffee etc. to the passengers.

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Hornby OO BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Brake Third Coach Right Hand Corridor BR Maroon Cream R4764
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R4764 BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Brake Third Class Coach Right Hand Corridor BR Maroon
Collett 'Bow Ended' Standard 57' Corridor Stock
When Charles Collett became Chief Mechanical Officer of the Great Western Railway in 1922, one of his priorities was to modernise the GWR’s fleet of ageing, yet distinctive ‘Toplight’ coaching stock. His resulting ‘bow-ended’ design went on to become the basic GWR design for almost 30 years and from 1925, until the late summer of 1929, the steel panelled, oak framed bow-ended coach, with inset windows, high waist and clean exterior, was applied to 57’ coach bodies on newly developed 7’ single bolster bogies.

On entering traffic in 1925, six coach sets were formed from Lot Nos. 1351-53, comprising Corridor Thirds from diagram C54, left and right handed 4 compartment Corridor Brake Thirds from diagram D95 and left and right handed Corridor Composites from diagram E127. Over the following four years, further Lot numbers of these diagrams were produced, along with an additional eight different diagrams and the design became the first choice for the important Express Trains, including the Cheltenham Spa Express and Bristolian, until the late 1930s. Many of these coaches survived in general service until 1961, being withdrawn completely by early 1963, with several managing to escape scrapping when they were converted for departmental use during the early 1960S.

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Hornby OO BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Brake Third Class Coach Left Hand Corridor BR Maroon R4765
Hornby OO BR Collett Coach Corridor Brake Third Left Hand Corridor Maroon
Collett 'Bow Ended' Standard 57' Corridor Stock
When Charles Collett became Chief Mechanical Officer of the Great Western Railway in 1922, one of his priorities was to modernise the GWR’s fleet of ageing, yet distinctive ‘Toplight’ coaching stock. His resulting ‘bow-ended’ design went on to become the basic GWR design for almost 30 years and from 1925, until the late summer of 1929, the steel panelled, oak framed bow-ended coach, with inset windows, high waist and clean exterior, was applied to 57’ coach bodies on newly developed 7’ single bolster bogies.
On entering traffic in 1925, six coach sets were formed from Lot Nos. 1351-53, comprising Corridor Thirds from diagram C54, left and right handed 4 compartment Corridor Brake Thirds from diagram D95 and left and right handed Corridor Composites from diagram E127. Over the following four years, further Lot numbers of these diagrams were produced, along with an additional eight different diagrams and the design became the first choice for the important Express Trains, including the Cheltenham Spa Express and Bristolian, until the late 1930s. Many of these coaches survived in general service until 1961, being withdrawn completely by early 1963, with several managing to escape scrapping when they were converted for departmental use during the early 1960s.
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BR Mk1 Tourist Second Open Coach - R4644A

  • Finish: Pristine
  • Livery: BR (Chocolate & Cream)
  • Entered Service: 1950s
  • Dimensions: 265mm
  • BR Mk1 Tourist Second Open Coach
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    Hornby OO BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Composite Coach Left Hand Corridor BR Maroon R4766
    Hornby Railway OO Gauge R4766 BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Composite Coach Left Hand Corridor BR Maroon
    Collett 'Bow Ended' Standard 57' Corridor Stock
    When Charles Collett became Chief Mechanical Officer of the Great Western Railway in 1922, one of his priorities was to modernise the GWR’s fleet of ageing, yet distinctive ‘Toplight’ coaching stock. His resulting ‘bow-ended’ design went on to become the basic GWR design for almost 30 years and from 1925, until the late summer of 1929, the steel panelled, oak framed bow-ended coach, with inset windows, high waist and clean exterior, was applied to 57’ coach bodies on newly developed 7’ single bolster bogies.
    On entering traffic in 1925, six coach sets were formed from Lot Nos. 1351-53, comprising Corridor Thirds from diagram C54, left and right handed 4 compartment Corridor Brake Thirds from diagram D95 and left and right handed Corridor Composites from diagram E127. Over the following four years, further Lot numbers of these diagrams were produced, along with an additional eight different diagrams and the design became the first choice for the important Express Trains, including the Cheltenham Spa Express and Bristolian, until the late 1930s. Many of these coaches survived in general service until 1961, being withdrawn completely by early 1963, with several managing to escape scrapping when they were converted for departmental use during the early 1960s.
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    Hornby OO BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Composite Coach Right Hand Corridor BR Maroon R4767
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge BR ex-GWR Collett Corridor Composite Coach Right Hand Corridor BR Maroon
    Collett 'Bow Ended' Standard 57' Corridor Stock
    When Charles Collett became Chief Mechanical Officer of the Great Western Railway in 1922, one of his priorities was to modernise the GWR’s fleet of ageing, yet distinctive ‘Toplight’ coaching stock. His resulting ‘bow-ended’ design went on to become the basic GWR design for almost 30 years and from 1925, until the late summer of 1929, the steel panelled, oak framed bow-ended coach, with inset windows, high waist and clean exterior, was applied to 57’ coach bodies on newly developed 7’ single bolster bogies.
    On entering traffic in 1925, six coach sets were formed from Lot Nos. 1351-53, comprising Corridor Thirds from diagram C54, left and right handed 4 compartment Corridor Brake Thirds from diagram D95 and left and right handed Corridor Composites from diagram E127. Over the following four years, further Lot numbers of these diagrams were produced, along with an additional eight different diagrams and the design became the first choice for the important Express Trains, including the Cheltenham Spa Express and Bristolian, until the late 1930s. Many of these coaches survived in general service until 1961, being withdrawn completely by early 1963, with several managing to escape scrapping when they were converted for departmental use during the early 1960s.
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    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R4689 BR Non-Corridor 57' Composite Coach BR Maroon

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    Hornby railways OO Gauge R4691 BR Non-Corridor 57' Third Class Brake Coach Crimson BR Maroon

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    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R4691A BR Non-Corridor 57' Third Class Brake Coach Crimson BR Maroon

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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-530 BR Southern Region PMV Parcels & Miscellaneous Luggage Van BR Southern Green with Black Ends
    A finely detailed model of the Southern Railway 4-wheel passenger luggare van. These were a standard Southern design, originally created for the SECR, with examples still being built in the early 1950s.
    This model is painted in the British Railways crimson livery of the 1950s.
    Era 4
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-451 BR ex-LMS 57-ft Third Class Corridor Coach Porthole Stock BR Maroon

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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-456BR 57-ft First Class Corridor Coach ex-LMS Porthole Stock BR Maroon

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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-461 BR 57-ft Brake Third Class Corridor Coach ex-LMS Porthole Stock BR Maroon
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-466 BR 60ft Corridor Composite Coach ex-LMS Porthole Stock BR Maroon
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-471 BR 60-ft Corridor Brake First Class Coach ex-LMS Porthole Stock BR Maroon
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    Bachmann Bachmann OO Gauge 39-476 BR 60-ft Corridor Third Class Open Vestibule Coach ex-LMS Porthole Stock BR Maroon

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    Bachmann Brachline OO Gauge 39-579 British Railways Western Region Auto Trailer Unlined Maroon

    A detailed model of the GWR style auto trailer coaches built by British Railways for use with class 14xx, 64xx and 4575 locomotives in push-pull trains. These coaches were constructed on 63ft underframes and given GWR series diagram numbers A38 and A40. The body followed the traditional GWR design with a three-window bowed front end, providing the driver with a good view of the line ahead when the coach was being propelled. Body construction was updated in style, with more modern smooth sides.

    The models' detailed underframe includes suspended steps and representation of front end cab control apparatus along with a host of features such as bogies fitted with all axle phosphor bronze (low friction) bearings. The bodyshell features a detailed passenger interior and roof detail includes individually fitted GWR style shell vents. To cap off these great models, we have incorporated prototypical length buffers and buffer beam detailing accessories.

    Model painted in the BR lined maroon livery which was used from 1957.
    Era 5 1957-1966. Length 275mm

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    Third batch of Maunsell push-pull sets with new running numbers.

    A detailed model of a 2-car British Railways Southern region push-pull train set formed from two Maunsell design coaches.

    These sets were formed under British Railways ownership to replace older, often pre-grouping coaches in use on branch lines. The Maunsell coaches were drawn from the mainline stock made surplus by the introduction of new Bulleid and BR standard Mk.1 designs of coaching stock during the 1950s.

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    A detailed model of a 2-car British Railways Southern region push-pull train set formed from two Maunsell design coaches.

    These sets were formed under British Railways ownership to replace older, often pre-grouping coaches in use on branch lines. The Maunsell coaches were drawn from the mainline stock made surplus by the introduction of new Bulleid and BR standard Mk.1 designs of coaching stock during the 1950s.

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    Bachmann Branchline OO 39-779 LMS 50' Inspection Coach BR Maroon

    We are taking orders for these coaches, please select the 'Click and Collect' payment option in the checikout process. We will contact you to advise our sell price and arrange payment when the coaches are due to be released.

    This will be a high specification model, including interior saloon detailing at both ends of the coach, full underframe and side folding steps detailing.

    These inspection saloons were used by the regional civil engineers as a mobile office and conference facility. Large end windows allowed the track and structures to be viewed while travelling, the large saloons allowed for site meetings and the planning of engineering works on site. A small kitchen and pantry in the centre of the coach allowed for refreshments to be supplied.

    Model painted in the BR maroon livery. Era 4-5 1948-1966.
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    Hornby Railways OO Gauge BR (Ex-LMS) Corridor 1st Class Coach BR Maroon

    Expected 2017

    A new version of the Hornby Stanier design corridor 1st class coach painted in the British Railways maroon livery seen from the late 1950s and through the 1960s.

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    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R4235C BR (Ex-LMS) Corridor 3rd Class Coach, BR Maroon

    Expected 2017

    A new version of the Hornby Stanier design corridorï 3rd class coach painted in the LMS crimson lake livery of the 1930s.

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    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R4236C BR (ex-LMS) Corridor 3rd Class Coach, BR Maroon

    Expected 2017

    A new version of the Hornby Stanier design corridor 3rd class brake coach painted in the British Railways maroon livery, introduced in the late 1950s.

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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 34-604C BR Mk1 Suburban Open Second BR Lined Maroon

    Model announced 2016
    Starting in 1951 British Railways produced a range coaches to a new standard design, utlising a modular system of construction to control the costs. The range included non-corridor suburban type coaches with a large number of side doors to permit rapid boarding and detraining, as required for the intensive suburban services around Britains largest cities.

    Bachmanns' models reproduce the detail of these coaches, with a range of types being available to form a prototypical train This model is the second class coach, which was contained an 'open' format of seating. This allowed more space for standing passengers to be accomodated at peak times and made it easier for passengers to move around inside the coach to detrain at their destination station.

    Era 5 1957-1966
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 34-630A BR Mk1 Suburban Brake Second BR Lined Maroon

    Model announced 2016
    Starting in 1951 British Railways produced a range coaches to a new standard design, utlising a modular system of construction to control the costs. The range included non-corridor suburban type coaches with a large number of side doors to permit rapid boarding and detraining, as required for the intensive suburban services around Britains largest cities.

    Bachmanns' models reproduce the detail of these coaches, with a range of types being available to form a prototypical train This model is the second class brake coach, with compartments for second class passengera and accomodation for the guard with a small luggage area.

    Era 5 1957-1966
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 34-700C BR Mk1 Suburban Composite BR Lined Maroon

    Model announced 2016
    Starting in 1951 British Railways produced a range coaches to a new standard design, utlising a modular system of construction to control the costs. The range included non-corridor suburban type coaches with a large number of side doors to permit rapid boarding and detraining, as required for the intensive suburban services around Britains largest cities.

    Bachmanns' models reproduce the detail of these coaches, with a range of types being available to form a prototypical train This model is the composite coach with compartments for first and second class passengers. These coaches were often formed into short branch trains along with a brake second so that a small number of first class compartments were available.

    Era 5 1957-1966
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-550 British Railways Mk.1 Design CCT Covered Carriage Truck BR Maroon.

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    Hornby OO BR Mk1 CK Second Class Corridor Coach BR Chocolate & Cream Split from Tyesley Connection Train Pack R3220CK

    Model split from The Tyseley Connection train pack. Supplied without retail packaging.
    Model of the British Railways standard mark 1 design passenger coaches built in the 1950s.
    Composite coaches contain compartments for first and second class passengers and are used to provide a small number of first class seats in shorter train formations.
    The former Great Western chocolate and cream livery reappeared in the late 1950s to provide a distinct regional image for the return of titles for regions' principal express passenger trains. The livery has also been popular with heritage railways.
    £17.50
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    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 34-630B BR Mk1 Suburban Brake Second BR Lined Maroon

    Model announced 2016
    Starting in 1951 British Railways produced a range coaches to a new standard design, utlising a modular system of construction to control the costs. The range included non-corridor suburban type coaches with a large number of side doors to permit rapid boarding and detraining, as required for the intensive suburban services around Britains largest cities.

    Bachmanns' models reproduce the detail of these coaches, with a range of types being available to form a prototypical train This model is the second class brake coach, with compartments for second class passengera and accomodation for the guard with a small luggage area.

    Era 5 1957-1966
    £35.00
    MRP £39.95you save £4.95
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    (Product Ref #24410)

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-525 British Railways Mk.1 Design Horse Box BR Maroon Livery ER Allocated

    British Railways designed a 4-wheel horse box using the same styling as the Mk.1 passenger coaches. These horse boxes were normally used for race horse traffic to and from major race meets.

    £31.00
    MRP £34.95you save £3.95
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    (Product Ref #101060)

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-526 British Railways Mk.1 Design Horse Box BR Southern Region Green

    British Railways designed a 4-wheel horse box using the same styling as the Mk.1 passenger coaches. These horse boxes were normally used for race horse traffic to and from major race meets.

    £31.00
    MRP £34.95you save £3.95
    Available Soon (Website:0)
    (Product Ref #101063)
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