Wagons designed and built when steam locomotives hauled most trains some of these wagons were in use until the 1980's. The modern air-braked wagons seen on Britains railways today can be found in the Modern Era section.

An excellent N gauge model of the well-known blue-spot fish vans, built for express fish services on the East Coast mainline, but seen all across the BR network.

This model is painted in the later BR blue livery in express parcels service.

£10.50
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(Product Ref #69585)
A superb model of the standard British Railways bulk grain wagon, built in the 1950's and still seen in service into the late 1970's. Dapol have made every effort to produce an accurate model, correcting the length and profile compromises made in the older OO gauge model.
B885325 in BR grey goods livery.
£15.29
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(Product Ref #59688)
The Southern Railway 4-wheel parcels vans survived until the early 1980s, many receiving BR rail blue paint during overhauls.
Though many of these vans had by then been reduced to departmental duties some were still listed in the revenue service fleet and the departmental vans were often used for distributing BR stores through the network of daily parcels trains.
£16.95
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(Product Ref #967)

A new and detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

£15.08
Website: 1
(Product Ref #93582)

A new and detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

£15.08
Website: 2
(Product Ref #93583)

A new and detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

£15.08
Website: 2
(Product Ref #93584)

A new and detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

£15.08
Website: 1
(Product Ref #93585)

A new and detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

£15.08
Website: 1
(Product Ref #93586)
A new and detailed model of the BR 24-ton iron ore hopper wagon painted in goods brown livery.

Due to the density of iron ore these hopper wagons look quite small for their capacity, but could easily be fully loaded by weight before the load reached the top of the hopper.

Eras 4 & 5
£13.95
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(Product Ref #3386)
£14.50
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(Product Ref #48725)
16 Ton Steel Mineral Wagon BR Grey Weathered

Eras 4-7
£15.95
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(Product Ref #83110)

A detailed model of the BR standard design of 27-ton capacity tippler wagon.

These wagons did not have side doors, being emptied by turning the entire wagon upside-down in a rotary tippler. Later overhead or mobile grabs and mechanical shovels were used to load and unload these wagons.

£7.95
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(Product Ref #48729)

These wagons did not have side doors, being emptied by turning the entire wagon upside-down in a rotary tippler. Later overhead or mobile grabs and mechanical shovels were used to load and unload these wagons.

£7.65
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(Product Ref #48730)

A new number for the 27-ton iron ore tippler wagon.

These high-capacity 4-wheel open wagons did not have doors, being designed for unloading by a tippler which inverted the wagon, emptying it into a receiving hopper. Overhead grab cranes, earth-mover diggers and even JCBs can also be used to unload these wagons, making them popular for bulk materials like iron ore, chalk, sand and roadstone.

£7.50
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(Product Ref #80632)

Triple Pack Steel Tippler Wagons BR Grey Iron Ore Weathered

Eras 4-6

£38.21
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(Product Ref #48731)
Pack of three BR 4-wheel conflat container wagons with large BD type containers. These wagons have a weathered finish, replicating the appearance of wagons in service.

Era 4.
£41.60
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(Product Ref #3157)

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-376A 20 Ton Toad Brake Van BR Grey Weathered

New tooling has replaced the original Farish GWR 'Toad' brake van model, bringing the model up to the standards of new models.
This is a detailed model of the GWR standard long wheelbase brake van with the distinctive large verandah at one end. This model is painted in the early British Railways goods grey livery.

British Railways standard brake vans with the brake wheel inside the cabin replaced these ex-GWR vans in the 1950s, but the surplus GWR vans with a large cabin and enclosed verandah were eagerly adopted by the engineers, quickly finding new homes all across the network.

Eras 4-5. Length 56mm. NEM plug-in couplers.

£20.95
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(Product Ref #79615)
A new detailed model of the distinctive Southern Railway design ventilated box van with thrre-arc roof.

This model has even width planks and is painted in British Railways goods grey livery.

Era 4 1948-1957
£15.95
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(Product Ref #93567)
Special Offer! Just 8.99 while stocks last!

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-451B BR 16-ton Mineral Wagon Slope Sides

A nicely detailed model of the slope-sided 16-ton steel bodied open mineral wagons built for the Ministry of Transport during WW2 and taken over by British Railways in 1948.
£8.99
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(Product Ref #83142)
An excellent new model of the BR standard design 20-ton guards brake van. These brake vans were seen on the rear of all goods trains until the mid-1970s when most goods trains were operating with automatic brakes on all wagons. A few guards brake vans are still in use, providing a safe riding vehicle for shunters and other railway staff.
£18.95
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(Product Ref #87656)
An excellent new model of the BR standard design 20-ton guards brake van. These brake vans were seen on the rear of all goods trains until the mid-1970s when most goods trains were operating with automatic brakes on all wagons. A few guards brake vans are still in use, providing a safe riding vehicle for shunters and other railway staff.

Model painted in the early bauxite livery. Era 4.
£20.95
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(Product Ref #82607)
A detailed model of the standard British Railways design of goods guards' brake van. Model painted in grey livery, as originally applied to brake vans not equiped with connections for vacuum train brakes.

Eras 4-5
£20.95
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(Product Ref #48735)
An excellent new model of the BR standard design 20-ton guards brake van. These brake vans were seen on the rear of all goods trains until the mid-1970s when most goods trains were operating with automatic brakes on all wagons. A few guards brake vans are still in use, providing a safe riding vehicle for shunters and other railway staff.

This model carries the engineers 'Dutch' yellow and grey livery. The engineers were among the last users of brake vans, having an extensive fleet of wagons not equiped with continuous brakes and needing suitable travelling and messing accomodation for track workers on-site.

Era 8
£20.95
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(Product Ref #48734)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This bauxite liveried hopper represents an example fitted with vacuum train brakes.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
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(Product Ref #7140)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This grey painted hopper represents an example with hand brakes only.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
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(Product Ref #93578)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This bauxite liveried hopper is lettered for British Industrial Sand (BIS) and advertising Rockware glass. These wagons were still in use in the early 1980s being dedicated to carrying sand for glass manufacture.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
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(Product Ref #93579)

Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 377-775 BR 12-ton Pipe Wagon BR Engineers Olive Green

A new and detailed model of the BR standard design of 12-ton pipe wagon.

These wagons are longer than the standard 12-ton open wagons of the steam era, offering more internal space for the loading of bulky items. Two drop side doors allowed the entire length of the wagon to be accessed for mechanical loading, a great advantage as fork-lift trucks became common.

£18.95
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(Product Ref #79600)

Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 377-776 BR 12-ton Pipe Wagon BR Bauxite (Early Lettering)

A new and detailed model of the BR standard design of 12-ton pipe wagon.

These wagons are longer than the standard 12-ton open wagons of the steam era, offering more internal space for the loading of bulky items. Two drop side doors allowed the entire length of the wagon to be accessed for mechanical loading, a great advantage as fork-lift trucks became common.

Era 4. 1948-1957

£18.95
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(Product Ref #616)

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-777 BR 12-ton Pipe Wagon BR Bauxite (Later Lettering Style)

A new and detailed model of the BR standard design of 12-ton pipe wagon.

These wagons are longer than the standard 12-ton open wagons of the steam era, offering more internal space for the loading of bulky items. Two drop side doors allowed the entire length of the wagon to be accessed for mechanical loading, a great advantage as fork-lift trucks became common.

Era 5. 1957-1966

£18.95
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(Product Ref #61608)

New Tooling.

A new and highly detailed model of the BR Presflo bulk powder and cement wagons, fully updated and upgraded following the detailed research carried out for the OO gauge model.

This model is painted in the BR bauxite goods livery with bulk tunnel cement advertising boards.

£17.95
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(Product Ref #85663)


A new and highly detailed model of the BR Presflo bulk powder and cement wagons, fully updated and upgraded following the detailed research carried out for the OO gauge model.

This model is painted in the BR freight brown livery with Blue Circle cement advertising plaques.

£13.50
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(Product Ref #85383)

New Tooling.

A new and highly detailed model of the BR Presflo bulk powder and cement wagons, fully updated and upgraded following the detailed research carried out for the OO gauge model.

This model is of one of the wagons owned by the Cement Marketing Board, paintied in a light grey livery and carrying a large advertising placard for Blue Circle Snowcrete.

£17.95
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(Product Ref #83253)

A new model of the BR steel-bodied open merchandise wagon.

This model painted in the later version of the BR bauxite goods wagon livery.

£8.50
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(Product Ref #64365)
Pack of three BR steel bodied merchandise open wagons painted in the bauxite livery applied to wagons equiped with vacuum train brakes. These models have a weathered finish, recreating the appearance of wagons in service.
£42.50
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(Product Ref #6949)
Pack of three BR ventilated box vans painted in the bauxite livery applied to wagons equiped with vacuum train brakes. These models have a weathered finish, recreating the appearance of wagons in service.
£29.95
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(Product Ref #6428)
Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£8.70
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(Product Ref #32063)
A weateherd version of the Peco 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagon.
£7.50
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(Product Ref #72402)
An excellent N gauge model of the BR 16-ton mineral wagon. Over two hundred thousand of these wagons were built in the 1940s and 50s to replace worn out wooden coal wagons and lasted until the early 1980s.
£14.50
Available from shops: Bristol: 4
(Product Ref #94971)

Pack of three BR 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagons painted in the standard grey livery. These wagons have a weathered finish, replicating the appearance of wagons in service.

eras 4-7

£38.21
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(Product Ref #43221)

Model announced 2013.

The LMS adopted the final design of Midland Railway guards' brake van as the companys' initial standard design. The cabin provided good accomodation for the guard with the handbrake standard in the centre of the van, easily and quickly accessible, and access verandhs at both ends made boarding easy.
While longer than ordinary goods wagons the short brake van did not ride well at the higher speeds which goods trains were attaining in the 1930s and this design was replaced by long wheelbase vans, but with several thousand of these brake vans in service many remained in us into the 1960s.

This model is painted in the early BR goods grey livery.

Eras 4-5 1948-1966

£19.95
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(Product Ref #63676)

A new model of the BR steel-bodied open merchandise wagon. This model features the recessed chaining pockets which accomodated the lashing rings, keeping these clear of the wagon interior when not in use.

This model painted in the early version of the BR bauxite goods wagon livery.

£7.00
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Available from shops: Coventry: 1
(Product Ref #63948)

A new model of the BR steel-bodied open merchandise wagon. This model features the recessed chaining pockets which accomodated the lashing rings, keeping these clear of the wagon interior when not in use.

This model painted in the later version of the BR bauxite goods wagon livery.

£7.00
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Available from shops: Coventry: 1
(Product Ref #63951)

A new model of the LNER design ventilated box van with sliding doors.

This model is painted in the early BR goods bauxite colour.

£7.50
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Available from shops: Coventry: 1
(Product Ref #79389)
Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£10.50
Available from shops: Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #32099)
Of all the wagon types used on British Rail during the '70s and '80s, nothing screams Cornwall more loudly than the iconic Clay Hood. For years these wagons trundled around the county from clay dries to port, and back, as well as on longer distance services to and from the Potteries area of Staffordshire. Their characteristic canvas "hood" protected the powdery china clay, keeping it dry and usable. The wagons demise came in the late 1980s, when the wooden-bodied wagons became life-expired and incompatible with the modern air-braked freight network. 

Peco believe they have captured the essence of these attractive wagons well, complete with slightly textured canvas hood, with subtle hints of the ripple effect of the material. Although initially offered as a pristine model, they inevitably became very weathered, as the china clay got everywhere!
£11.25
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(Product Ref #87634)
Dapol N Gauge 2F-013-035 BR gunpowder van

Model of the standrad British Railways gunpowder van.
These wagons were built with substantial steel bodies to avoid the explosives being damaged by water ingress or sparks from steam locomotives. Many of these vans were used on military traffic, even delivering boxes of rifle ammunition for local cadet corps.
£9.55
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(Product Ref #1632)

The Fruit D was the last of the GWR design ventilated fruit vans, this design with three side doors not appearing until after WW2. Many were built in the early BR years and were one of the last GWR types to be found in service, lasting into the early 1980s.
These vans were suitable for running in secondary passenger trains and parcels trains. Later many were adopted by the engineering departments, carrying spare parts for locomotives between depots.

This model painted in the British Rail blue livery applied to the vans still in service from the late 1960s, including those vans employed in ENPARTS (Engineers Parts) service, distributing spares and refurbished parts for the Western regions' diesel fleet from Swindon works to locomotive depots.

£14.35
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The Fruit D was the last of the GWR design ventilated fruit vans, this design with three side doors not appearing until after WW2. Many were built in the early BR years and were one of the last GWR types to be found in service, lasting into the early 1980s.
These vans were suitable for running in secondary passenger trains and parcels trains. Later many were adopted by the engineering departments, carrying spare parts for locomotives between depots.

This model painted in the BR maroon parcels livery applied after 1948.

£13.80
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An excellent N gauge model of the well-known blue-spot fish vans, built for express fish services on the East Coast mainline, but seen all across the BR network.

This model is painted in the later BR blue livery in express parcels service.

£10.50
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A detailed model of a 6-wheel express milk tank wagon, as operated by the Milk Marketing Board in the 1960s and early 70s.
£15.29
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(Product Ref #71411)

Dapol have produced a very nice model of the BR standard design 21-ton hopper wagons.

These wagons were developed from an LNER design, following on from the extensive use of hoppers for coal service by the North Eastern, being selected by the British Railways ideal stocks committee as a standard type. Built in both unfitted and later vacuum fitted versions these hoppers were used for coal and basic ore traffic where hopper discharge was possible, the type being closely associated with the coa, concentration depot concept. A considerable fleet of the vacuum fitted wagons remained in use untl the 1980s miners strike.

This model is available in a number of liveries lettered for BR, NCB, British Steel, British Gas, Charringtons (BR), 'house coal concentration' (BR) and Cadburys! Please indicate which livery you require in the 'other instructions' box of the checkout screen so we can order from stock currently available from Dapol.

£10.50
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Model of a 20-ton steel bodied open wagon built for British Railways.

British Railways followed the GWRs' lead in building higher capacity wagons to help reduce the cost of transporting basic materials like coal and ore. Although the 24-ton type, using the maximum axle load for universal route acceptance, was the preferred design these wagons were too tall for many colliery loading screens, so large numbers of this lower-sided 20/21-ton design were constructed.

£11.96
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(Product Ref #68057)

These Southern designed parcels vans, frequently referred to as CCTs, travelled throughout Britain, particularly in the early BR era. The model neatly reporduces the mixed width planking on the body, even width planked doors and characteristic bodyside ventilators. The underframe is equally detailed, with correct bracing, axleboxes and footsteps.

This model is painted in the BR engineering department gulf red colours.

£16.95
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(Product Ref #45687)

A new and detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

£15.08
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(Product Ref #731)

A detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

Also To Be Produced
2F-060-011 DB990412
2F-060-012 DB990653

£15.08
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(Product Ref #93588)

A new and detailed model of the BR Grampus engineers wagon.

These useful and flexible wagons had drop-sides and removable ends, allowing them to be used for conveying ballast, sleepers, track components and, with the ends removed, loads longer than the wagons like lengths of rail. These were among the most common BR engineering wagons.

£15.08
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(Product Ref #93587)

Detailed model of a former private owner wagon as running in the early British railways period.

£9.36
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(Product Ref #54710)

Cattle, comprising all kinds of 4-legged farm animals, were important business for the railways until the 1960s. Special wagons were required to convey live animals safely and quickly as, just like human passengers, animals needed to be fed and watered at regular intervals.

This model is of the BR standard design of cattle wagon, based on the GWR design wagons which already incorporated many of the 'desirable' features.

This model carries the BR standard bauxite livery. Era 4

£17.95
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Graham Farish N 373-262B 8 Ton Ale Wagon BR Bauxite

This model of the BR standard design of cattle wagon is finished as one of these wagons allocated adapted to carry beer in barrels. This was a good use for the well-ventilated cattle wagons, first exploited by the GWR during a downturn in cattle traffic. Wagons were specifically marked ALE to indicate to railway staff they should be used for 'clean' loads only (no doubt the brewery would appreciate receiving a return load of empties) and not loaded with cattle!

Eras 4-5 1948-1966

£17.95
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N gauge model of the BR design ventilated meat van. These vans were quite distinctive, having four vent bonnets placed vertically down each end. This model is painted in the later shade of BR goods bauxite livery.
£15.95
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(Product Ref #35398)

Graham Farish N 373-926C 30 Ton Bogie Bolster Wagon BR Grey

A new model in the Graham Farish range this represents the standard BR bogie bolster wagons, used to convey long loads, for example lengths of structral steel section.

This wagon is painted in the BR goods grey livery, as carried from new and in steadily weathering condition well into the 1980s.

£24.95
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Graham Farish 377-227D 16 Ton Steel Mineral Wagon Top Flap Doors BR Grey Weathered

An excellent model of the standard BR 16-ton open mineral wagon. Subjected to harsh treatment and often loaded with mildly corrosive materials, the rust weathering on this model represents the condition that many of these wagons were seen in.#

Eras 4-7
£15.95
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(Product Ref #64769)
£14.50
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(Product Ref #83135)

Bachmann Graham Farish 377-329 BR Bauxite Conflat - No container

The container was first used in Edwardian times and by the BR era special flat wagons were bering built to carry containers by express goods trains.

£14.50
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-345 Conflat with Un-Vented Alloy BA Container Speedfreight

NEM plug-in couplers. Length 41mm

£15.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-346 Conflat with Un-Vented Alloy BA Container Speedfreight

NEM plug-in couplers. Length 41mm
£15.95
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(Product Ref #95449)
A new detailed model of the distinctive Southern Railway design ventilated box van with thrre-arc roof.

This model has even width planks and is painted in British Railways bauxite livery.

Era 4-5 1948-1966
£15.95
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(Product Ref #93568)

Bachmann Garahm Farish N Gauge 377-440 Triple Pack of Souther Railway 12-ton covered box vans Express Dairy Company English Eggs From Devonshire farms blue livery.

An excellent value pack of three Southern box vans painted in Express Dairy blue livery and lettered for the express tansport of fresh eggs from Devon.

Era 3. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 3 x 43mm.

£41.61
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(Product Ref #70096)

Add variety to your mineral trains with this slope-sided version of the 16-ton steel open. These wagons were designed by builders Chrales Roberts in the mid 1930's. This model, with the characteristic inward sloped side sheets, carries the standard BR goods grey lievry.

£15.95
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(Product Ref #83141)

The BR fruit vans were built for perishables traffic, principally fruit and vegetables, which required additional ventilation to avoid spoiling in transit. As this traffic diminished the vans were moved to the general traffic pool and could be seen mixed with standard box vans.

This model carries the earlier shade of bauxite paint used. Era 4.

£15.95
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A new model of the BR standard design 12-ton covered box van with plywood doors.

This model carries the later shade of bauxite or goods brown paint with boxed lettering. Era 5

£15.95
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(Product Ref #93572)
Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-854A British Railways Southern Region 20-Ton 'Pill Box' Goods Brake Van BR Bauxite.

A detailed model of the Southern Railway standard brake van design.

This model is painted in British Railways bauxite livery.
£19.95
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(Product Ref #8170)

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-957 13 Ton High Sided Steel Wagon Wooden Door BR Grey

Era 4. Length 41mm.

£16.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 377-976A 12 Ton Eastern Ventilated Van Planked Ends BR Early

A detailed model of the LNER standard type wood body ventilated box van painted in early BR bauxite livery

Era 4. Length 43mm.

£15.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100001A BR DB993900 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van Black with Straw Lettering. Allocated to Llynclys Junction

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100001B BR DB993722 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van Black with Straw Lettering

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100001C BR DB993989 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van Black with Straw Lettering. Allocated to Lydney.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100002A BR DB993921 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Indian Red Livery. Allocated to Nuneaton Abbey Street

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100002B BR DB993914 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Indian Red Livery. Allocated to Croft Junction, Darlington

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100002C BR DB993775 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Indian Red Livery. Allocated to Perth

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100002D BR DB993828 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Indian Red Livery. Allocated to Doncaster

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100003A BR DB993850 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Olive Green Livery. Marked 'Return to Meldon Quarry'

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100003B BR DB993726 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Olive Green Livery.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100003C BR DB993791 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Olive Green Livery.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100003D BR DB993745 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Olive Green Livery.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100004A EWS DB993902 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van EWS Maroon Livery. Non-branded with chevrons one end.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100005A Loadhaul DB993882 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van Loadhaul Black & Orange with yellow overhead warning flash.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100005B Loadhaul DB993876 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van Loadhaul Black & Orange with chevrons and yellow overhead warning flash.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100006A BR DB993711 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery with red overhead warning flash.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100006B BR DB993916 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery with yellow overhead warning flash.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100006C BR DB993717 ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery with red overhead warning flash.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100006D BR DB993831ZUV Shark Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery with yellow overhead warning flash. Labelled RUQ.

The perfect wagon for ballast trains and is at home ‘top and tail’ of a rake of ballast wagons.

Following on from the use of hopper wagons for the rapid discharge of ballast the railway company engineers began fitting ploughs to guards' brake vans to automatically spread the ballast as the van was hauled through the ballast. The British Railways standard design of ballast plough brake van, code-named 'Shark' carried ploughs at the outer ends of the van, clearing ballast from the rails before the wheels passed over it. These vans have remained in service until recent years. While modern ballasting techniques have reduced the need for a spreader ploughs on the mainline many heritage railways still employ them.

Featuring Close coupling mechanism, profile darkened wheel sets, NEM coupling box, Replacement Snowploughs (without coupling gap), Veranda detail.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100010A ZJO Mermaid Wagon DW100022  Black with Straw Lettering

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100010B ZJO Mermaid Wagon DW100045 Black with Straw Lettering

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100010C ZJO Mermaid Wagon DW100048 Black with Straw Lettering

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100010D ZJO Mermaid Wagon DW100051 Black with Straw Lettering

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100011A ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989176 Indian Red Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100011A ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989228 Indian Red Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100012A ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989014 Olive Green Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100012B ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989088 Olive Green Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100012C ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989089 Olive Green Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100012D ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989153 Olive Green Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100013A ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989097 Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100013B ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989117 Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100013C ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989466 Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100013D ZJV Mermaid Wagon DB989484 Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery

Developed by Metropolitan Cammel in the 1930s to provide the railways with an easy-tip ballast/spoil wagon the Mermaid design ballast wagons discharge their load by tipping sideways. The design was perpetuated by British Railways, early batches were built unfitted with later production being equipped with vacuum train brakes.

Featuring NEM couplers, Close Coupling mechanism, partially see through chassis, fully detailed interior and exterior, Darkened profile wheels, Removable ‘quick load* ’ moulded ballast.
£19.95
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DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100020A BR DB978177 YCV Turbot Bogie Ballast Wagon BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery

Needing to replace the early British Railways ballast wagons which did not have automatic train brakes BR turned to the under-utilised fleet of short-length bogie bolster wagons which were equipped with vacuum brakes. A basic box body was constructed on the chassis with drop side doors allowing access to the entire length of the wagon floor. Designated 'Turbot' these wagons found many uses, from the carriage of dirty ballast extracted by mechanical ballast cleaners to conveying rock armour boulders for constructing sea defences.

Featuring profile darkened wheels,
NEM coupling pocket, Close coupling, separate steps and handrails, separate ballast load with ‘quick load’ feature’.
Close coupling (if possible), and internal detail
£25.95
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(Product Ref #102277)
DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100020B BR DB978211 YCV Turbot Bogie Ballast Wagon BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery

Needing to replace the early British Railways ballast wagons which did not have automatic train brakes BR turned to the under-utilised fleet of short-length bogie bolster wagons which were equipped with vacuum brakes. A basic box body was constructed on the chassis with drop side doors allowing access to the entire length of the wagon floor. Designated 'Turbot' these wagons found many uses, from the carriage of dirty ballast extracted by mechanical ballast cleaners to conveying rock armour boulders for constructing sea defences.

Featuring profile darkened wheels,
NEM coupling pocket, Close coupling, separate steps and handrails, separate ballast load with ‘quick load’ feature’.
Close coupling (if possible), and internal detail
£25.95
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(Product Ref #102278)
DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100020C BR DB978351 YCV Turbot Bogie Ballast Wagon BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery

Needing to replace the early British Railways ballast wagons which did not have automatic train brakes BR turned to the under-utilised fleet of short-length bogie bolster wagons which were equipped with vacuum brakes. A basic box body was constructed on the chassis with drop side doors allowing access to the entire length of the wagon floor. Designated 'Turbot' these wagons found many uses, from the carriage of dirty ballast extracted by mechanical ballast cleaners to conveying rock armour boulders for constructing sea defences.

Featuring profile darkened wheels,
NEM coupling pocket, Close coupling, separate steps and handrails, separate ballast load with ‘quick load’ feature’.
Close coupling (if possible), and internal detail
£25.95
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(Product Ref #102279)
DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100020A BR DB978672 YCV Turbot Bogie Ballast Wagon BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 'Dutch' Livery

Needing to replace the early British Railways ballast wagons which did not have automatic train brakes BR turned to the under-utilised fleet of short-length bogie bolster wagons which were equipped with vacuum brakes. A basic box body was constructed on the chassis with drop side doors allowing access to the entire length of the wagon floor. Designated 'Turbot' these wagons found many uses, from the carriage of dirty ballast extracted by mechanical ballast cleaners to conveying rock armour boulders for constructing sea defences.

Featuring profile darkened wheels,
NEM coupling pocket, Close coupling, separate steps and handrails, separate ballast load with ‘quick load’ feature’.
Close coupling (if possible), and internal detail
£25.95
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(Product Ref #102280)
DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100021A EWS DB978356 YCV Turbot Bogie Ballast Wagon EWS Maroon Livery

Needing to replace the early British Railways ballast wagons which did not have automatic train brakes BR turned to the under-utilised fleet of short-length bogie bolster wagons which were equipped with vacuum brakes. A basic box body was constructed on the chassis with drop side doors allowing access to the entire length of the wagon floor. Designated 'Turbot' these wagons found many uses, from the carriage of dirty ballast extracted by mechanical ballast cleaners to conveying rock armour boulders for constructing sea defences.

Featuring profile darkened wheels,
NEM coupling pocket, Close coupling, separate steps and handrails, separate ballast load with ‘quick load’ feature’.
Close coupling (if possible), and internal detail
£25.95
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(Product Ref #102281)
DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100021B EWS DB978671 YCV Turbot Bogie Ballast Wagon EWS Maroon Livery

Needing to replace the early British Railways ballast wagons which did not have automatic train brakes BR turned to the under-utilised fleet of short-length bogie bolster wagons which were equipped with vacuum brakes. A basic box body was constructed on the chassis with drop side doors allowing access to the entire length of the wagon floor. Designated 'Turbot' these wagons found many uses, from the carriage of dirty ballast extracted by mechanical ballast cleaners to conveying rock armour boulders for constructing sea defences.

Featuring profile darkened wheels,
NEM coupling pocket, Close coupling, separate steps and handrails, separate ballast load with ‘quick load’ feature’.
Close coupling (if possible), and internal detail
£25.95
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(Product Ref #102282)
DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100021C EWS DB978705 YCV Turbot Bogie Ballast Wagon EWS Maroon Livery

Needing to replace the early British Railways ballast wagons which did not have automatic train brakes BR turned to the under-utilised fleet of short-length bogie bolster wagons which were equipped with vacuum brakes. A basic box body was constructed on the chassis with drop side doors allowing access to the entire length of the wagon floor. Designated 'Turbot' these wagons found many uses, from the carriage of dirty ballast extracted by mechanical ballast cleaners to conveying rock armour boulders for constructing sea defences.

Featuring profile darkened wheels,
NEM coupling pocket, Close coupling, separate steps and handrails, separate ballast load with ‘quick load’ feature’.
Close coupling (if possible), and internal detail
£25.95
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(Product Ref #102283)
DJ Models N Gauge DJ-N-RS-100021D EWS DB978742 YCV Turbot Bogie Ballast Wagon EWS Maroon Livery

Needing to replace the early British Railways ballast wagons which did not have automatic train brakes BR turned to the under-utilised fleet of short-length bogie bolster wagons which were equipped with vacuum brakes. A basic box body was constructed on the chassis with drop side doors allowing access to the entire length of the wagon floor. Designated 'Turbot' these wagons found many uses, from the carriage of dirty ballast extracted by mechanical ballast cleaners to conveying rock armour boulders for constructing sea defences.

Featuring profile darkened wheels,
NEM coupling pocket, Close coupling, separate steps and handrails, separate ballast load with ‘quick load’ feature’.
Close coupling (if possible), and internal detail
£25.95
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(Product Ref #102284)
Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£7.15
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(Product Ref #32046)
Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£6.75
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(Product Ref #32039)
Model of the Butterley works design of 16-ton mineral wagon, essentially similar to the standard BR 16-ton mineral wagon desigg. This wagon is painted in the bauxite brown livery, used by the Ministry of Transport and in the later BR period, completed with a realistically weathered finish, representing the usual state of wagons in coal service.
£7.50
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(Product Ref #58918)

BR bauxite liveried cattle wagon.

Three different�numbers are available, sub-lettered A B and C. Please indicate any preference in the 'Other Instructions' box on the checkout screen.

£7.15
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(Product Ref #75388)
Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£9.25
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(Product Ref #32104)
Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£6.40
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(Product Ref #32061)

Model of the British Railways international ferry open tube wagon painted in bauxite livery.

These long wheelbase open wagons were built for international services via the train ferry connections to mainland Europe.

£6.50
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(Product Ref #32819)

Model of the British Railways international ferry open tube wagon painted in bauxite livery with a weathered finish.

These long wheelbase open wagons were built for international services via the train ferry connections to mainland Europe.

£7.25
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(Product Ref #24308)

Model of the British Railways international ferry open tube wagon painted in goods grey livery.

These long wheelbase open wagons were built for international services via the train ferry connections to mainland Europe.

£6.50
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(Product Ref #41128)

Model of the British Railways international ferry open tube wagon painted in the BR engineers' grey and yellow 'Dutch' style livery.

These long wheelbase open wagons were built for international services via the train ferry connections to mainland Europe. This model depicts the wagons in later years, adopted by the civil engineering department.

£8.25
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(Product Ref #31977)
Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£6.40
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(Product Ref #32062)
Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£7.25
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(Product Ref #32101)
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