During the mid-1960s British Railways was looking for a 'new image'. The end of steam traction was in sight, the second generation high-horsepower diesel locomotives were being delivered and detail design for the modern mark 2 coaching stock was underway. Many innovative ideas were tried out in an experimental set of coaches, along with a new livery of blue with grey window bands, a new name, British Rail and the still familiar double arrows logo.
Twenty years later BRs' InterCity express passenger business unit was looking to refresh its image with a more dynamic livery, resulting in a very pleasing stripe livery which accentuated the length of coaches and impression of speed.

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-196 BR Mk1 BSK Brake Second Class Side Corridor Coach Sealink Livery
£30.95
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BR Mk1 General Utility Van in BR blue livery with Motorail branding.
£29.95
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(Product Ref #48748)
Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-111 BR Mk1 RMB Miniature Buffet Coach InterCity Livery

The RMB buffet coaches had a small buffet serving hatch taking up part of one end of a coach, retaining around 40 passenger seats. The attendant could supply hot and cold drinks, pre-prepared sandwiches and snack like biscuits and crisps which better suited travellers' demands from the 1970s.
£30.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-197 BR Mk1 BSK Brake Second Class Side Corridor Coach BR Blue & Grey with ScotRail Branding
£29.65
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(Product Ref #48528)
Bachmann Graham Farish are introducing newly tooled models of the BR Mk1, bringing these stalwart coaches up to current standards.

This model of the second class open coach will be painted in the corporate blue and grey livery which lasted from the late 1960s until the early 1990s.

Eras 6-7

£30.95
Website: 1
Available from shops: Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #93499)

A new scale-length model of the BR Mk.1 series gangwayed full brake van, that had caged luggage stowage areas flanking an office for the guard.

These coaches were used to carry passenger luggage, mail and parcels on passenger trains and on dedicated mail and parcels trains.

£30.95
Website: 2
Available from shops: Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #45346)
£29.95
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Website: 2
(Product Ref #30534)

An excellent N gauge mdel of the minature buffet coach, a common design providing refreshment services on many secondary and cross-country trains. The neatly detailed Graham Farish model includes interior seating with tables.

£27.95
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(Product Ref #83005)
Bachmann Graham Farish are introducing newly tooled models of the BR Mk1, bringing these stalwart coaches up to current standards.

This model of the second class side corridor coach will be painted in the corporate blue and grey livery which lasted from the late 1960s until the early 1990s.

Eras 6-7

£27.95
MRP £30.95you save £3.00
Website: 1
(Product Ref #84495)

Bachmann Graham Farish are introducing newly tooled models of the BR Mk1, bringing these stalwart coaches up to current standards.

These composite coaches provided seating for first and second class passengers. Four�compartments�fitted with first class seating, while three�slightly smaller compartments had second class seats. These coaches are ideal for modelling shorter secondary�train formations. This model�will be painted in the corporate blue and grey livery which lasted from the late 1960s until the early 1990s.

Eras 6-7

£30.95
Website: 1
(Product Ref #84500)

Graham Farish N 374-632 SR 50' Bogie B Luggage Van BR Blue

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 British Rail corporate blue livery carried from the 1970s onwards.
Eras 6-7 1966-1982

£26.95
Website: 2
(Product Ref #93483)

Graham Farish N 374-640 BR MK 1 CCT BR Blue Weathered

New model announced 2015

The Covered Carriage Truck (CCT) is a wagon type dating back to the early days of railways when the gentry would take their horses and carriage with them by train. The designation was perpetuated to describe a long 4-wheel van with end doors and suitable for travel at passenger train speeds. These very flexible, the end doors permitted large items and road vehicles to be loaded with ease, while side doors allowed the vans to be used in general express parcels service.
British Railways built a sizable fleet of these 4-wheel CCT vans in the 1950s to replace the eclectic range of vehicles of pre-nationalisation and often pre-grouping origin with a standard design. BR CCTs could be found on many parcels services until the mid 1980s, when the 4-wheel vans were high on the hit-list for withdraw as BRs share of the mail and parcels business began to decline.

This model is painted in the BR corporate blue livery of the 1970s and 80s.
Eras 6-7 1966-1982

£24.95
Website: 2
Available from shops: Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #48508)

Graham Farish N 374-642 BR MK 1 CCT BR Blue Express Parcels Weathered
New model announced 2015

The Covered Carriage Truck (CCT) is a wagon type dating back to the early days of railways when the gentry would take their horses and carriage with them by train. The designation was perpetuated to describe a long 4-wheel van with end doors and suitable for travel at passenger train speeds. These very flexible, the end doors permitted large items and road vehicles to be loaded with ease, while side doors allowed the vans to be used in general express parcels service.
British Railways built a sizable fleet of these 4-wheel CCT vans in the 1950s to replace the eclectic range of vehicles of pre-nationalisation and often pre-grouping origin with a standard design. BR CCTs could be found on many parcels services until the mid 1980s, when the 4-wheel vans were high on the hit-list for withdraw as BRs share of the mail and parcels business began to decline.

This model is painted in the BR corporate blue livery with express parcels branding.
Eras 6-7 1966-1982

£24.95
Website: 1
Available from shops: Gloucester: 1 Next Warehouse Delivery:Mar 30
(Product Ref #38555)

A new model of the early design of BR mak 2 coaches. These coaches featured semi-integral construction, providing a much stronger body structure than the separate underframe and body arrangeemnts used previously while delivering more usable internal space for passengers. Mk.2A was a revised design based on service experience of the initial Mk.2s and incorporating a number of new materials, including easily cleaned plastic surfaced panelling.

This model is of the Mk.2A second class brake coach painted in the Network South East livery of the late 1980s & early 90s.

Era 8 1995 onwards

£30.95
Website: 1
(Product Ref #93500)

New model announced 2012

A new detailed model of the BR design Covered Carriage Truck (CCT) painted in the plain blue livery used from the late 1960s.

These were a small 4-wheeled version of the general utility van, equiped with large end doors allowing easy loading of bulky consignments, while the smaller size of van was useful for regular parcels deliveries to and from locations where the volume would not require a larger van.

Era 6/7

£23.95
Website: 1
(Product Ref #83014)

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-819A BR Mk1 FO First Class Open Coach BR Blue & Grey

A detailed model of the BR Mk.1 first class coach with open plan seating.

This model painted in the British Rail corporate blue and grey livery.

£27.00
MRP £29.95you save £2.95
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(Product Ref #339)
Graham Farish N Gauge 374-877 BR 50ft Inspection Saloon Blue & Grey

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 Rail corporate blue & grey livery with yellow ends. Yellow ends were usually applied so the inspection saloon could be propelled to or during a site visit.
eras 6-7 1966-1982 (or until the engineer 'owning' the coach decided he wanted it a different colour!)
£33.25
MRP £39.95you save £6.70
Website: 1
Available from shops: Bristol: 1
(Product Ref #63957)

Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 374-990 Doncaster Works Test Train Coach Pack.

A pack of two BR Mk.1 coaches finished in BR blue and grey livery and numbered in the departmental ADB series to match coaches used in the Doncaster works locomotive test train.

Works test train coaches were part of the engineers fleet, though often retaining passenger livery these coaches were not for passenger use but used as a load for controlled testing of overhauled locomotives. The interiors may be unchanged, stripped out or replaced with weights to provide a known load, a newly overhauled locomotives' performance could be checked with a series of controlled test runs before the loco was returned to service. An excellent excuse for an unusual locomotive to turn up 'on test'!

£55.00
MRP £64.95you save £9.95
Website: 2 Next Warehouse Delivery:Mar 30
(Product Ref #89418)

New model announced 2012

A new detailed model of the BR design Covered Carriage Truck (CCT) painted in the plain blue livery used from the late 1960s with express parcels and Tartan Arrow branding for Anglo-Scottish service.

These were a small 4-wheeled version of the general utility van, equiped with large end doors allowing easy loading of bulky consignments, while the smaller size of van was useful for regular parcels deliveries to and from locations where the volume would not require a larger van.

Era 8

£23.95
Available from shops: Bristol: 2, Gloucester: 2
(Product Ref #96732)

New model announced 2012

A new detailed model of the BR design Covered Carriage Truck (CCT) painted in the plain blue livery used from the late 1960s with express parcels and red star branding.

These were a small 4-wheeled version of the general utility van, equiped with large end doors allowing easy loading of bulky consignments, while the smaller size of van was useful for regular parcels deliveries to and from locations where the volume would not require a larger van.

Era 8

£23.95
Available from shops: Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #72477)

A new scale-length model of the BR Mk.1 series gangwayed full brake van, with caged luggage stowage areas flanking an office for the guard.

These coaches were used to carry passenger luggage, mail and parcels on passenger trains and on dedicated mail and parcels trains.

£30.95
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(Product Ref #45365)
Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-065 BR Mk.1 SK Second Class SIde Corridor Coach Sealink Livery
£30.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish 374-066 BR Mk1 SK Second Class Side Corridor Coach BR Blue & Grey with ScotRail Branding. Weathered Finish.
£32.95
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(Product Ref #21384)

Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-085B BR Mk1 BCK Corridor Brake Composite Coach Blue & Grey

Brake composite coaches contained compartments for first and second class passengers, together with an office for the guard and a small luggage compartment. These were most useful coaches, often held in reserve as they could use used as maintenance replacements for any coach in a short length train.

£30.95
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BR Mk1 BCK brake composite coach in BR InterCity 'raspberry ripple' livery.

The BCK was a useful coach, containing accomodation of first and second class passengers, plus a guards' office and small luggage van. In earlier times�brake composite coaches were�used as�through coaches,�so passengers did not have to change trains. In the blue/grey era the BCKs were used on lightly loaded trains, eg. winter services in the far north of Scotland, where the single coach provided all the passenger accomodations needed. Many�were held as spares, as they could be used as a stand-in most other coaches.

£30.95
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Detailed model of the British Rail Mk.1 design general utility van.

This model painted in the Signal & Telegraph engineering departments' SatLink scheme.

These vans were fitted with three sets of side doors and large end doors, this allowed a wide range of loads to be carried including motor vehicles. The GUV vans were the most common vehicles found on parcels trains, with a BG type van in the formation to carry a guard.
£30.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-136 BR Mk.1 general utility van painted in British Rail blue livery.

These utility vans were equiped with three pairs of doors on each side, plus full-size doors at both ends. This provided a very flexible loading capability, the vans were used for general parcels, mail and for the carriage of over-sized loads like road vehicles and theatrical scenery.
£29.95
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(Product Ref #86756)
£30.95
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This model of the second class side corridor coach painted in the BR InterCity 'raspberry ripple' livery.

£30.95
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BR Mk1 suburban open second class coach in BR plain blue livery.
£24.95
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(Product Ref #48755)
BR Mk1 suburban brake second coach in BR plain blue livery.
£24.95
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(Product Ref #83021)

Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 374-417 Southern PL Passenger Luggage Van BR Blue

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

£23.95
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(Product Ref #93486)

Graham Farish N 374-643 BR MK 1 CCT BR Re-Railing Yellow with Black Hatch Line
New model announced 2015

The Covered Carriage Truck (CCT) is a wagon type dating back to the early days of railways when the gentry would take their horses and carriage with them by train. The designation was perpetuated to describe a long 4-wheel van with end doors and suitable for travel at passenger train speeds. These very flexible, the end doors permitted large items and road vehicles to be loaded with ease, while side doors allowed the vans to be used in general express parcels service.
British Railways built a sizable fleet of these 4-wheel CCT vans in the 1950s to replace the eclectic range of vehicles of pre-nationalisation and often pre-grouping origin with a standard design. BR CCTs could be found on many parcels services until the mid 1980s, when the 4-wheel vans were high on the hit-list for withdraw as BRs share of the mail and parcels business began to decline.

This model is painted in the BR engineers yellow livery with black hatch line, as applied to many vehicles allocated to breakdown train service. CCTs were often used to carry basic re-railing equipment like traversing jacks and railing frogs and packing timbers for dealing with minor derailments in yards.
Eras 7-8 1972-1994

£24.95
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(Product Ref #64366)
New model announced 2013.
Price To Be Advised. We will reduce pre-order prices when the release retail price is available.

To pair with the class 47/7 push-pull locomotives a nicely detailed model of the driving cab coach is being produced.

These coaches were converted from Mk,2F air coniditoned second class brake coaches by fitting a driving cab into the luggage end of the coach and creating windows in the end panels. Initially deployed on the Glasgow - Edinburgh shuttle service to improve train speeds and reduce travel times the coaches have been re-used with class 86 electric locomotives in East Anglia when Sprinter units took over in Scotland.

This model is painted in the BR blue and grey livery.
Era 7 1971-1982.
£0.00
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(Product Ref #29683)
New model announced 2013.
Price To Be Advised. We will reduce pre-order prices when the release retail price is available.

To pair with the class 47/7 push-pull locomotives a nicely detailed model of the driving cab coach is being produced.

These coaches were converted from Mk,2F air coniditoned second class brake coaches by fitting a driving cab into the luggage end of the coach and creating windows in the end panels. Initially deployed on the Glasgow - Edinburgh shuttle service to improve train speeds and reduce travel times the coaches have been re-used with class 86 electric locomotives in East Anglia when Sptinter units took over in Scotland.

This model is painted in the ScotRail blue stripe livery.
Era 8 1971-1982.
£0.00
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(Product Ref #29684)

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

New and detailed models of the BR air conditioned express passenger stock built from the early 1970s. BR was one of the first European railways to offer air conditioned accomodation as standard on principal services.

These models are of the Mk.2F coaches, the last of the Mk.2 series build (1973-1975) and almost identical to preceeding Mk.2E coaches (1972-73 build), the design changes relating primarily to the air conditioning plant. These two builds formed the backbone of the InterCity locomotive-hauled coach fleet during the 1970s and 80s.

This model of the first class buffet coach recreates a coach converted in the late 1980s to replace the Mk.1 buffet cars and still in service. Painted in the InterCity red stripe livery.
Era 8 1982-1995.

£0.00
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(Product Ref #29686)

A new model of the early design of BR mark 2 coaches. These coaches featured semi-integral construction, providing a much stronger body structure than the separate underframe and body arrangeemnts used previously while delivering more usable internal space for passengers. Mk.2A was a revised design based on service experience of the initial Mk.2s and incorporating a number of new materials, including easily cleaned plastic surfaced panelling.

This model is of the Mk.2A second class brake coach with open plan seating, office for the guard and space for luggage, parcels and mails to be stowed.

Era 7.

£30.95
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(Product Ref #83009)
Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-683 Network Rail Mk.2 BSO Test Train Brake Second Open Coach Engineering Yellow.

Network rail operate a small fleet of ex-passenger coaching stock. many formed into test trains to carry out various test, evaluation and survey tasks. These trains may be away from base for several days at a time, so additional coaches are required for crew sleeping and mess accomodation. At least one brake vehicle is required to accomodate the on-duty guard and ensure a hand brake can easily be applied when the train is stabled.
£30.95
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(Product Ref #101220)

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

New and detailed models of the BR air conditioned express passenger stock built from the early 1970s. BR was one of the first European railways to offer air conditioned accomodation as standard on principal services.

These models are of the Mk.2F coaches, the last of the Mk.2 series build (1973-1975) and almost identical to preceeding Mk.2E coaches (1972-73 build), the design changes relating primarily to the air conditioning plant. These two builds formed the backbone of the InterCity locomotive-hauled coach fleet during the 1970s and 80s.

This model of the second class brake coach with open plan seating is painted in the BR corporate blue and grey livery.
Era 7-8 1971-1994.

£0.00
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(Product Ref #29696)

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

New and detailed models of the BR air conditioned express passenger stock built from the early 1970s. BR was one of the first European railways to offer air conditioned accomodation as standard on principal services.

These models are of the Mk.2F coaches, the last of the Mk.2 series build (1973-1975) and almost identical to preceeding Mk.2E coaches (1972-73 build), the design changes relating primarily to the air conditioning plant. These two builds formed the backbone of the InterCity locomotive-hauled coach fleet during the 1970s and 80s.

This model of the second class brake coach with open plan seating is painted in the InterCity red stripe livery.
Era 8 1982-1994.

£0.00
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(Product Ref #29691)
Bachmann Graham farish N Gauge BR Mk.2A TSO Second Class Open Plan Seating Coach. Blue & Grey Livery

A detailed model of the early design of BR mark 2 second class open coaches.

These coaches featured semi-integral construction, providing a much stronger body structure than the separate underframe and body arrangements used previously while delivering more usable internal space for passengers. Mk.2A was a revised design based on service experience of the initial Mk.2s and incorporating a number of new materials, including easily cleaned plastic surfaced panelling.

This model is of the Mk.2A TSO second class coach with 2+2 open plan seating arranged around tables.

Era 7.
£30.95
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Nicely detailed model of the BR Mk.2A second class TSO coach with open plan 2+2 seating arranged around tables.

Painted in the Network South East livery of the late 1980s and early 90s.

£30.95
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(Product Ref #46874)

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

New and detailed models of the BR air conditioned express passenger stock built from the early 1970s. BR was one of the first European railways to offer air conditioned accomodation as standard on principal services.

These models are of the Mk.2F coaches, the last of the Mk.2 series build (1973-1975) and almost identical to preceeding Mk.2E coaches (1972-73 build), the design changes relating primarily to the air conditioning plant. These two builds formed the backbone of the InterCity locomotive-hauled coach fleet during the 1970s and 80s.

This model of the second class tourist open plan seating (2+2 with tables) coach is painted in the BR corporate blue and grey livery.
Era 7-8 1971-1994.

£0.00
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(Product Ref #91230)

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

New and detailed models of the BR air conditioned express passenger stock built from the early 1970s. BR was one of the first European railways to offer air conditioned accomodation as standard on principal services.

These models are of the Mk.2F coaches, the last of the Mk.2 series build (1973-1975) and almost identical to preceeding Mk.2E coaches (1972-73 build), the design changes relating primarily to the air conditioning plant. These two builds formed the backbone of the InterCity locomotive-hauled coach fleet during the 1970s and 80s.

This model of the second class tourist open plan seating (2+2 with tables) coach is painted in the InterCity red stripe livery.
Era 8 1982-1994.

£0.00
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(Product Ref #85774)

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

New and detailed models of the BR air conditioned express passenger stock built from the early 1970s. BR was one of the first European railways to offer air conditioned accomodation as standard on principal services.

These models are of the Mk.2F coaches, the last of the Mk.2 series build (1973-1975) and almost identical to preceeding Mk.2E coaches (1972-73 build), the design changes relating primarily to the air conditioning plant. These two builds formed the backbone of the InterCity locomotive-hauled coach fleet during the 1970s and 80s.

This model of the first class coach with open plan seating is painted in the BR corporate blue and grey livery.
Era 7-8 1971-1994.

£0.00
Available Soon (Website:0)
(Product Ref #93269)

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

New and detailed models of the BR air conditioned express passenger stock built from the early 1970s. BR was one of the first European railways to offer air conditioned accomodation as standard on principal services.

These models are of the Mk.2F coaches, the last of the Mk.2 series build (1973-1975) and almost identical to preceeding Mk.2E coaches (1972-73 build), the design changes relating primarily to the air conditioning plant. These two builds formed the backbone of the InterCity locomotive-hauled coach fleet during the 1970s and 80s.

This model of the first class coach with open plan seating is painted in the InterCity red stripe livery.
Era 8 1982-1994.

£0.00
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(Product Ref #91466)
Graham Farish N 374-902A BR Mk I TPO Blue & Grey

The Royal Mail have made use of the railways for the carriage of mails since the creation of the network in the 1840s/50s. Sorting of mail on the move speeded up deliveries over long distances, allowing for the next day first class service to be maintained.

This model is of the BR Mk.1 TPO van, built to the new standard BR coach design in the 1950s, painted in the BR corporate era livery of blue and grey, seen from the mid 1960s until the beginning of the privatisation process in the early 1990s.

£35.00
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(Product Ref #79879)

Graham Farish N 374-927A BR Mk1 SLSTP Sleeping Second Blue & Grey

A new N gauge model of the BR Mk.1 second class sleeping car. These cars were designated SLSTP, an operating abreviation fo SLeeper Second class Twin berth with Pantry (a small compartment for the car attendant with facilities to supply a small range of refreshments, eg. tea and coffee, to the passengers. These were the usual type of sleeping car provided for passengers booking second class tickets, with two passengers normally accomodated in twin-berth compartments.

This model is painted in the BR corporate blue and grey livery.
Eras 6-7 1966-1982

£32.95
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A new N gauge model of the BR Mk.1 first class sleeping car. These cars had copartments with just one berth, providing extra space and privacy for passengers booking first class tickets. A second class SLSTP car was normally coupled next to the first class sleeper so the attendant could serve passengers in both coaches.

This model is painted in the BR corporate blue and grey livery.

£32.95
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(Product Ref #2668)



Model of the early type BR mk 2 coaches. These coaches featured semi-integral construction, providing a much stronger body structure than the separate underframe and body arrangements used previously while delivering more usable internal space for passengers. Mk.2A was a revised design based on service experience of the initial Mk.2s and incorporating a number of new materials, including easily cleaned plastic surfaced panelling.

£30.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-951 BR Mk2A FK First Class Side Corridor Coach BR Southern Region Green

Model of the early type BR mk 2 coaches. These coaches featured semi-integral construction, providing a much stronger body structure than the separate underframe and body arrangements used previously while delivering more usable internal space for passengers. Mk.2A was a revised design based on service experience of the initial Mk.2s and incorporating a number of new materials, including easily cleaned plastic surfaced panelling.

£30.95
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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 374-952 BR Mk2A FK First Class Side Corridor Coach BR Maroon

Model of the early type BR mk 2 coaches. These coaches featured semi-integral construction, providing a much stronger body structure than the separate underframe and body arrangements used previously while delivering more usable internal space for passengers. Mk.2A was a revised design based on service experience of the initial Mk.2s and incorporating a number of new materials, including easily cleaned plastic surfaced panelling.

£30.95
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(Product Ref #101222)
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