All of these coaches are Era 3 (pre-nationalisation) and pre-nationalisation coaches in the first British Railways liveries for Era 4 (British Railways 1948-1957). Details of the periods covered by the era numbers can be found here.

The autocoach, with its driver's cab at one end, was used with an auto-fitted locomotive, often of the 14xx class, to provide a complete train that could be driven from either end. This finely detailed model includes all the body side and end details found on these unusual coaches, along with interior seating. The Great Western chocolate & cream livery with waist lining is very finely reproduced with legible lettering and numbering.

Coach 192 in Great Western chocolate and cream livery.
£15.50
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These LMS Stanier era smooth-sided coaches entered service in the 1930s and could be seen still in use into the 1960s.

£30.95
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(Product Ref #64222)
The Siphon H was originally designed as a milk van, but was fitted with a higher roof than on normal passenger coaches and large end doors. These vans were employed moving large items, like theatrical scenery, that required protection in transit. This model features sharply moulded outside bracing and louvres on the body, matched with well detailed underframe and trucks.
Model in GWR passenger vehicle Brown livery with large GW lettering from the pre-1935 era.
£15.29
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(Product Ref #43598)
Originally designed as a milk van the gangway fitted 'Siphon G' was used on passenger trains across the Great Western system as a luggage and parcels van. This model reproduces the early outside-braced version of these vans, the bracing and louvres being sharp with excellent depth and detail in the moulding.
Model in GWR passenger vehicle Brown livery with pre-1935 style lettering.
£15.29
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(Product Ref #43597)

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

From the 1920s onwards the GWR used the term 'B set' to designated a formation of two coaches used principally for branch and local passenger services. A number of 'B sets' were purpose built, comprising two identical brake composite coaches. These coaches contain compartments for first and third class passengers, plus space for the guard, passenger luggage, mail and parcels and were coupled with guards' vans at the outer ends of the train.

This 2 coach pack from Dapol models replicates one of these short trains, which would often be hauled by one of the small GWR tank engines, including the 14xx class 0-4-2s, 57xx class panniers and 45xx class 2-6-2 prairies.
BR livery to be advised.

£25.00
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(Product Ref #49166)

From the 1920s onwards the GWR used the term 'B set' to designated a formation of two coaches used principally for branch and local passenger services. A number of 'B sets' were purpose built, comprising two identical brake composite coaches. These coaches contain compartments for first and third class passengers, plus space for the guard, passenger luggage, mail and parcels and were coupled with guards' vans at the outer ends of the train.

This 2 coach pack from Dapol models replicates one of these short trains, which would often be hauled by one of the small GWR tank engines, including the 14xx class 0-4-2s, 57xx class panniers and 45xx class 2-6-2 prairies.

£25.00
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(Product Ref #36933)

Dapol Maunsell Coach BR Brake 3rd Class SR Green 4048

A very nicely detailed model of the Southern Railway Maunsell designed express passenger coaches built in the 1920s and 30s.
This model is finished in the British Railways Southern region green livery.

Eras 4-5, 1948-1966

£24.95
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(Product Ref #62199)

Dapol Maunsell Coach BR Composite Class SR Green 5137

A very nicely detailed model of the Southern Raiwlay Maunsell designed express passengre coaches built in the 1920s and 30s.
This model is finished in the British Railways Southern region green livery.

Eras 4-5, 1948-1966

£24.95
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(Product Ref #62193)

Dapol Maunsell Coach BR Composite Class SR Green 5145

A very nicely detailed model of the Southern Raiwlay Maunsell designed express passengre coaches built in the 1920s and 30s.
This model is finished in the British Railways Southern region green livery.

Eras 4-5, 1948-1966

£24.95
Website: 1
(Product Ref #62194)

New model announced 2013

A new and detailed model of the Great Western Hawksworth design passenger coaches.
These coaches had distinctive domed roof ends but did not start to enter service until the very end of the Great Western, so most carried British Railways livery from new.

Third class corridor brake coach in BR crimson & cream livery
Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£30.95
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(Product Ref #93487)

Graham Farish N 374-511 Hawksworth Brake 3rd Class Corridor GWR Chocolate & Cream
New model announced 2015

A new and detailed model of the Great Western Hawksworth design passenger coaches.
These coaches had distinctive domed roof ends, built by the GWR after WW2.

Third class corridor brake coach in the final GWR Hawksworth era chocolate & cream livery
Era 3 1945-1948

£30.95
Website: 1
Available from shops: Bristol: 1
(Product Ref #30529)

A new and detailed model of the Great Western Hawksworth design passenger coaches.
These coaches had distinctive domed roof ends, built by the GWR after WW2.

Third class corridor coach in BR crimson & cream livery
Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£30.95
Website: 2
(Product Ref #93490)

A new and detailed model of the Great Western Hawksworth design passenger coaches.
These coaches had distinctive domed roof ends, built by the GWR after WW2.

First and Third class composite corridor coach in BR crimson & cream livery

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£30.95
Website: 2
(Product Ref #93491)

A new and detailed model of the Great Western Hawksworth design passenger coaches.
These coaches had distinctive domed roof ends, built by the GWR after WW2.

Corridor full brake coach for luggage, parcels and mails in BR crimson & cream livery

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£30.95
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(Product Ref #93492)
Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-610 BR GW-type Auto Train Trailer Coach BR Crimson & Cream

A new and detailed model of the BR built GWR design auto-trailers for push-pull train operations. These trailer coaches featured a three-window bowed front end, providing the driver with a good view of the line when the coach was being propelled. The basic design was unchanged from the GWR coaches, but the body is of a more modern smooth side construction.

Model painted in the BR crimson and cream livery, usually reserved for express passenger trains, but often applied to these auto trailers at partisan GWR workshops.

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 139mm.
Matches 64xx 0-6-0 pannier locos 371-986 (BR black) and 371-987 (BR lined green) and Dapol 14xx class 0-4-2 locos in BR liveries.

£31.46
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(Product Ref #91467)
Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-612 BR GW-type Auto Train Trailer Coach BR Plain Crimson

A new and detailed model of the BR built GWR design auto-trailers for push-pull train operations. These trailer coaches featured a three-window bowed front end, providing the driver with a good view of the line when the coach was being propelled. The basic design was unchanged from the GWR coaches, but the body is of a more modern smooth side construction.

Model painted in the BR plain crimson livery, the official scheme for ordinary passenger train stock.

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 139mm.
Matches 64xx 0-6-0 pannier locos 371-986 (BR black) and 371-987 (BR lined green) and Dapol 14xx class 0-4-2 locos in BR liveries.

£31.46
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Available from shops: Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #91469)

Graham Farish N 374-630 SR 50' Bogie B Luggage Van Southern Green

A new and detailed model of the Southern Railway Bogie B passenger luggage van.
These vans were used to haul the large volumes of luggage required by international ocean liner passengers and also for mail and express parcels services. Although steadily displaced by Mk.1 standard design vans a number of these Southern vans were still in regular service in 1980.

This model is painted in the Southern Railways' darker green livery. The orange panels indicate this vehicle has a stove fitted in the guards' office, as a steam train heating connection was not always available on parcels trains.
Era 3 1923-1948

£25.95
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(Product Ref #93429)

Graham Farish N 374-830C Stanier Brake First LMS Crimson Lake

A very nice model of the LMS Stanier era smooth sided coach design which entered service in the 1930s and could be seen still in use into the 1960s.

This model of a first class brake coach is painted in the LMS crimson lake livery.
Era 3 1922-1948

£30.95
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(Product Ref #64217)

These LMS Stanier era smooth-sided coaches entered service in the 1930s and could be seen still in use into the 1960s.

£30.95
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(Product Ref #83082)
Graham Farish N 374-875 LMS 50ft Inspection Saloon LMS Lined Crimson Lake

A highly detailed model of the LMS design of engineers inspection saloon car, a type which has had a long life with the national railway network and many now available for hire on heritage railways.
Inspection saloons were used by the divisional civil and signal engineers to make site visits before major engineering projects and to inspect track and structures where local staff had reported developing faults. The two slaoons were equiped with end windows for track and signal viewing and large tables allowing drawings and plans to be laid out for discussion. Between the saloons a small kitchen was provided, from which the steward could supply refreshments and even conjure up a full meal if required.

This model carries the LMS express passenger lined crimson lake livery with black painted ends.
era 3 1922-1948 (plus on heritage railways and occasionally on BR in the 1980s/90s, though usually with yellow ends)
£33.25
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(Product Ref #30538)
Graham Farish N 374-875 BR 50ft Inspection Saloon BR Maroon (Maroon ends)

A highly detailed model of the LMS design of engineers inspection saloon car, a type which has had a long life with the national railway network and many now available for hire on heritage railways.
Inspection saloons were used by the divisional civil and signal engineers to make site visits before major engineering projects and to inspect track and structures where local staff had reported developing faults. The two slaoons were equiped with end windows for track and signal viewing and large tables allowing drawings and plans to be laid out for discussion. Between the saloons a small kitchen was provided, from which the steward could supply refreshments and even conjure up a full meal if required.

This model carries the British railways maroon livery with maroon ends.
era 5 1957-1966 (plus on heritage railways and occasionally on BR in the 1980s/90s, though usually with yellow ends)
£33.25
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(Product Ref #38560)

Dapols' Gresley coaches now available in the early BR crimson and cream livery.

Equiped with buckeye couplers and Pullman gangways these coaches were directly compatible with the new BR Mk.1 stock. This resulted in the ex-LNER coaches being cascaded to the former GWR and LMS areas to work with the new Mk.1 coaches during the 1950s.

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£19.95
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(Product Ref #85719)

Graham Farish N 374-536 Hawksworth 3rd Class Corridor GWR Chocolate & Cream
New model announced 2015

A new and detailed model of the Great Western Hawksworth design passenger coaches.
These coaches had distinctive domed roof ends, built by the GWR after WW2.

Third class corridor coach in the GWR Hawksworth era chocolate & cream livery
Era 3 1945-1948

£30.95
Available from shops: Bristol: 2
(Product Ref #48507)

Graham Farish N 374-561 Hawksworth Corridor 1st/3rd Composite GWR Chocolate & Cream
New model announced 2015

A new and detailed model of the Great Western Hawksworth design passenger coaches.
These coaches had distinctive domed roof ends, built by the GWR after WW2.

First and Third class composite corridor coach in the GWR Hawksworth era chocolate & cream livery
Era 3 1945-1948

£30.95
Available from shops: Bristol: 2
(Product Ref #63950)
The Siphon H was originally designed as a milk van, but was fitted with a higher roof than on normal passenger coaches and large end doors. These vans were employed moving large items, like theatrical scenery, that required protection in transit. This model features sharply moulded outside bracing and louvres on the body, matched with well detailed underframe and trucks.
Model in BR passenger vehicle Maroon livery.
£15.29
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Originally designed as a milk van the gangway fitted 'Siphon G' was used on passenger trains across the Great Western system as a luggage and parcels van. This model reproduces the early outside-braced version of these vans, the bracing and louvres being sharp with excellent depth and detail in the moulding.

Model in GWR plain brown livery.
£15.29
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These Southern designed CCT parcels van travelled throughout Britain, particularly in the early BR era. The model neatly reporduces the unusual 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.
Model in Southern Railway malachite green livery.

£16.95
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These Southern designed parcels vans, frequently referred to as CCTs, painted in the BR maroon livery.
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.

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£16.95
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The Southern design BR CCT parcels van painted in the BR Southern region green livery. These vans were seen across the national network during the early BR era.

£16.95
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Detailed models of the Collett design passenger coaches built by the GWR in the 1930s.
The fiittings of the real coaches are moulded or added as separate parts, right down to the end grab rails, riveted roof panels and very fine roof vents. The Hawksworth era livery is very well printed, complete with legible lettering and route restriction markings.
£23.40
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Complete with interiors appropriate for each coach the fittings of the real coaches are moulded or added as separate parts, right down to the end grab rails, riveted roof panels and very fine roof vents.

£23.40
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A highly detailed model of the Collett design corridor coaches built in the 1930s. The fittings of the real coaches are moulded or added as separate parts, right down to the end grab rails, riveted roof panels and very fine roof vents. The body if completed with interior detailing and neatly reproduced lettering.

Dapol 2P-000-153
Collett third class coach 1109 in GWR chocolate and cream livery.

£23.40
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The most common type of coach on Britains' railways the corridor third provided comfortable and ecconomically priced accomodation for passengers.

£23.40
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The most common type of coach on Britains' railways the corridor third provided comfortable and ecconomically priced accomodation for passengers.

£23.40
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A highly detailed model of the Collett design corridor coaches built in the 1930s. The fittings of the real coaches are moulded or added as separate parts, right down to the end grab rails, riveted roof panels and very fine roof vents. The body if completed with interior detailing and neatly reproduced lettering.

Collett Brake Composite coach 6537 with 1st and 3rd class compartments, plus guards' office and luggage van.
These brake composite coaches are very useful, providing a full range of accomodation these coaches were regularly used as 'through' coaches. The through coach was shunted between mainline expresses and connecting trains, providing direct services to remote to branch-line destinations and between cities served by the GWR and other companies without passengers needing to change trains.

£23.40
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A highly detailed model of the Collett design corridor coaches built in the 1930s. The fittings of the real coaches are moulded or added as separate parts, right down to the end grab rails, riveted roof panels and very fine roof vents. The body if completed with interior detailing and neatly reproduced lettering.

Collett Brake Composite coach 6537 with 1st and 3rd class compartments, plus guards' office and luggage van.
These brake composite coaches are very useful, providing a full range of accomodation these coaches were regularly used as 'through' coaches. The through coach was shunted between mainline expresses and connecting trains, providing direct services to remote to branch-line destinations and between cities served by the GWR and other companies without passengers needing to change trains.

£23.40
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(Product Ref #84052)

Dapol N Gauge 2P-011-207 Gresley LNER Teak Brake 5534

An excellent model of the Gresley design teak bodied coaches of the LNER, complete with very effectively reproduced wood grain effects.

Era 3. Light bar ready.

£26.95
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Dapol N Gauge 2P-011-208 Gresley LNER Teak Brake 5542

An excellent model of the Gresley design teak bodied coaches of the LNER, complete with very effectively reproduced wood grain effects.

Era 3. Light bar ready.

£26.95
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Dapol N Gauge 2P-011-304 Gresley LNER Teak Buffet 9121
Order now for delivery late summer 2017

An excellent model of the Gresley design teak bodied coaches of the LNER, complete with very effectively reproduced wood grain effects.

Era 3. Light bar ready.

£26.95
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(Product Ref #65120)
Dapol N Gauge 2P-012-003 Southern Railway Maunsell Design First Class Corridor Coach 7668 SR Lined Green Livery
£27.98
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Dapol N Gauge 2P-012-004 Southern Railway Maunsell Design First Class Corridor Coach 7670 SR Lined Green Livery
£27.98
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Dapol N Gauge 2P-012-053 Southern Railway Maunsell Design Brake Third Class Corridor Coach 4049 SR Lined Green Livery
£27.98
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Dapol N Gauge 2P-012-054 Southern Railway Maunsell Design Brake Third Class Corridor Coach 4048 SR Lined Green Livery
£27.98
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Dapol N Gauge 2P-012-102 Southern Railway Maunsell Design Third Class Corridor Coach 2353 SR Lined Green Livery
£27.98
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Dapol N Gauge 2P-012-103 Southern Railway Maunsell Design Third Class Corridor Coach 780 SR Lined Green Livery
£27.98
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Dapol N Gauge 2P-012-154 Southern Railway Maunsell Design Composite Corridor Coach 5140 SR Lined Green Livery
£27.98
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(Product Ref #81347)
Dapol N Gauge 2P-012-203 Southern Railway Maunsell Design Luggage Brake Van 422 SR Lined Green Livery
£17.58
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(Product Ref #53158)

Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 374-415 Southern PL Passenger Luggage Van BR Crimson

A new and detailed model of the Southern Railway PL 4-wheel passenger luggage van.

£23.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 374-416 Southern PL Passenger Luggage Van BR Green

A new and detailed model of the Southern Railway PL 4-wheel passenger luggage van.

£23.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-462 BR ex-SR Bulleid Composite Fosrt/Third Class Corridor Coach BR(SR) Malachite Green

Composite coaches contained compartments for both first and third class passengers. These coaches were used to provide a small number of first class seats in shorter train formations where a full first coach would not be filled.

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£30.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-611 BR GW-type Auto Train Trailer Coach BR Maroon

A new and detailed model of the BR built GWR design auto-trailers for push-pull train operations. These trailer coaches featured a three-window bowed front end, providing the driver with a good view of the line when the coach was being propelled. The basic design was unchanged from the GWR coaches, but the body is of a more modern smooth side construction.

Model painted in the BR maroon livery which was used from 1957.

Era 5 1957-1966. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 139mm.
Matches 64xx 0-6-0 pannier loco 371-987 (BR lined green) and Dapol 14xx class 0-4-2 locos in BR liveries.
£31.46
MRP £34.95you save £3.49
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Graham Farish N 374-631A SR 50' Bogie B Luggage Van BR (SR) Green

A new and detailed model of the Southern Railway Bogie B passenger luggage van.
These vans were used to haul the large volumes of luggage required by international ocean liner passengers and also for mail and express parcels services. Although steadily displaced by Mk.1 standard design vans a number of these Southern vans were still in regular service in 1980.

This model is painted in the lighter green livery applied by the Southern region of British Railways.
Era 5 1957-1966

£26.95
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Graham Farish N 374-831C Stanier Brake First BR Crimson & Cream

An excellent and detailed model of the Stanier smooth sided corridor stock introduced in the 1930s and could be seen still in use into the 1960s.

This model is the side corridor brake first class coach painted in the early BR crimson and cream livery.

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£30.95
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These LMS Stanier era smooth-sided coaches entered service in the 1930s and could be seen still in use into the 1960s.

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

£30.95
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(Product Ref #77450)

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-889 BR ex-LMS 50ft Parcels Van BR Maroon

A new detailed model of the LMS standard design of gangwayed full brake luggage van. These vans were used to convey passenger luggage on long distance trains and formed with similar vehicles into dedicated parcels trains. These vans would also have been added to the Travelling Post Office trains, transporting pre-sorted mail and parcels.

This model painted in the BR maroon livery,
Era 5 1957-1966.

£25.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish 374-890 BR ex-LMS 50ft Parcels Van BR Blue Weathered

A detailed model of the LMS standard design of gangwayed full brake luggage van. These vans were used to convey passenger luggage on long distance trains and formed with similar vehicles into dedicated parcels trains. These vans would also have been added to the Travelling Post Office trains, transporting pre-sorted mail and parcels.

This model painted in the BR corporate era blue livery,

Era 6-7 - British Rail, 1968-1982

£27.95
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(Product Ref #30553)

New model announced 2013.
Price To Be Advised. We will reduce pre-order prices when the release retail price is available.

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge range models of the SECR, South Eastern & Chatham Railway 'birdcage' type passenger coaches, being produced as a set of 3 coaches.
Set 374-910 comprises one each of the brake third, composite and brake composite coaches painted in the SECR Wellington brown livery.

These coaches featured a distinctive raised roof section over the guards' office at one end of the brake coaches. This glazed cupola allowed the guard to easily observe the running of the train and signals ahead, its' resemblence to an aviary giving rise to the 'birdcage' moniker. Many of these coaches survived into British Railways ownership, with the SECR livery being suitable for the early Southern Railway period, the last coaches probably not being repainted until the late 20s.

Era 2 - Pre-grouping.

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New model announced 2013.
Price To Be Advised. We will reduce pre-order prices when the release retail price is available.

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge range models of the SECR, South Eastern & Chatham Railway 'birdcage' type passenger coaches, being produced as a set of 3 coaches.
Set 374-911 comprises one each of the brake third, composite and brake composite coaches painted in the Southern Railways' olive green livery.

These coaches featured a distinctive raised roof section over the guards' office at one end of the brake coaches. This glazed cupola allowed the guard to easily observe the running of the train and signals ahead, its' resemblence to an aviary giving rise to the 'birdcage' moniker. This set carries the early Southern Railway oilve green livery, as secondary stock most of these coaches probably still carried this livery in 1948. 

Era 3 - 'Big Four'

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New model announced 2013.
Price To Be Advised. We will reduce pre-order prices when the release retail price is available.

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge range models of the SECR, South Eastern & Chatham Railway 'birdcage' type passenger coaches, being produced as a set of 3 coaches.
Set 374-912 comprises one each of the brake third, composite and brake composite coaches painted in early British Railways Vermillion, reflecting the brighter look of the Southern regions' version of standard crimson.

These coaches featured a distinctive raised roof section over the guards' office at one end of the brake coaches. This glazed cupola allowed the guard to easily observe the running of the train and signals ahead, its' resemblence to an aviary giving rise to the 'birdcage' moniker. Many of these coaches survived into British Railways ownership and being painted in the BR standard crimson livery specified for general service coaches. The Southern region version of the crimson, especially when applied to the older wood bodied coaches had a brighter appearance than was usual which is being reflected in the finishing of these models.

Era 4 - Early British Railways, 1948-1957

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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 376-200 LNER Thompson FK First Class Corridor Coach LNER Teak Finish
New model range announced 2017. Pricing and delivery to be confirmed.

New and detailed models of the final LNER rolling stock style introduced under CME Edward Thompson and continued in service well into the British Railways era.
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 376-225 LNER Thompson CK Composite First & Third Class Corridor Coach LNER Teak Finish
New model range announced 2017. Pricing and delivery to be confirmed.

New and detailed models of the final LNER rolling stock style introduced under CME Edward Thompson and continued in service well into the British Railways era.
Composite coaches contained compartments for first and third class passengers and were frequently used to provide a small number of first class seats in shorter train formations.
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 376-250 LNER Thompson TK Third Class Corridor Coach LNER Teak Finish
New model range announced 2017. Pricing and delivery to be confirmed.

New and detailed models of the final LNER rolling stock style introduced under CME Edward Thompson and continued in service well into the British Railways era.

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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 376-275 LNER Thompson BTK Brake Third Class Corridor Coach LNER Teak Finish
New model range announced 2017. Pricing and delivery to be confirmed.

New and detailed models of the final LNER rolling stock style introduced under CME Edward Thompson and continued in service well into the British Railways era.

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