Heljan O 35-tonne 4-Wheel Class B Oil Tank Wagon 100X

Liveries are as below, please state which one you would like in the more info box in the checkout.
1002 - Lettered for Waste Oil
1003 - Black with Regent Logos
1004 - Red with Mobil & Charringtons (black background) Branding
1005 - Red with Mobil & Charringtons Fuel Oil (white background) Branding
1006 - Brown 'United Molasses'
£69.95
MRP £84.95you save £15.00
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(Product Ref #54462)
Dapol 7F-058-001 O Gauge Esso 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon Silver 2985

A new number for Esso silver painted class A oil tank wagon produced by Dapol from the tooling from Lionheart Trains.

These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2 using a design from the late 1930s with the tank sitting saddle beam stretchers, restrained by braced end beams and fastened down with steel straps. The earlier diagonal bracing cables looped around the top filler being dispensed with. Most of the air ministry tankers were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. A 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was fitted and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch, which was also used for discharging highly flammable loads.
A rail wagon has a life expectancy of 20-40 years and the new air ministry wagons were were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities, many remaining in service well into the early British Railways era. A considerable number were donated to preservation societies and can be seen today in use as water carriers and in demonstration goods trains.

Model features diecast chassis parts to increase the weight and sprung axleboxes providing compensation for good running. Detailed solebars and brake rigging is moulded in robust ABS plastic.
Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 1
Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Coventry: 1, Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #87512)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-058-002 Shell/BP A7498 Air Ministry design class A fuel oil tank wagon silver grey liveried tank.

New release from Dapol using the former Lionheart Trains tooling

These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

The Lionheart model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 3
Available from shops: Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #98297)
Dapol 7F-058-003 O Gauge Regent 14-Ton Class A oil tank wagon. Silver tank with red lettering.
New release from Dapol using the Lionheart Trains tooling.

These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

The Lionheart model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 2
Available from shops: Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #98260)
Dapol 7F-058-004 O Gauge Shell Motor Spirit Air Ministry 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon

The latest new O Gauge wagon model from Dapol, Shell Motor Spirit Air Ministry 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon in Silver, No. 7522. These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.

Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

The Dapol O gauge model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 1
Available from shops: Coventry: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #98261)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-058-005 Lobitos 106 Air Ministry 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon Stone

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

The Lionheart model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 1
Available from shops: Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #80916)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-001 Shell / BP 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon Black 5172

Air Ministry design class B fuel oil tank wagon in Shell / BP combined distribution service with black painted tank.

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.
Tankers for less volatile class B products (eg tar) were usually fitted with heating tubes to raise the temperature of heavy oil products and persuade it to flow more easily and bottom discharge valves, were not permitted for class A products.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 4
Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #77682)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-002 Esso 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon Black 1869
Air Ministry design class B fuel oil tank wagon in service with Esso, black painted tank.

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flamible products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equiped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.
Tankers for less flamible class B products (eg tar) were usually fitted with heating tubes to raise the temperature of heavy oil products and pursuade it to flow more easily and bottom discharge valves, were not permitted for class A products.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 2
Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Coventry: 1, Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #77672)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-003 Shell / BP 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon Black 5133

Air Ministry design class B fuel oil tank wagon in Shell / BP combined distribution service with black painted tank.

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.
Tankers for less volatile class B products (eg tar) were usually fitted with heating tubes to raise the temperature of heavy oil products and persuade it to flow more easily and bottom discharge valves, were not permitted for class A products.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 1
Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #101453)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-004 Esso 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon Black 1914
Air Ministry design class B fuel oil tank wagon in service with Esso, black painted tank.

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.
Tankers for less volatile class B products (eg tar) were usually fitted with heating tubes to raise the temperature of heavy oil products and persuade it to flow more easily and bottom discharge valves, were not permitted for class A products.

£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Website: 2
Available from shops: Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #101458)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-005 Berry Wiggins 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon Black 101
Air Ministry design class B fuel oil tank wagon in Berry Wiggins service with black painted tank.
The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.
Tankers for less volatile class B products (eg tar) were usually fitted with heating tubes to raise the temperature of heavy oil products and persuade it to flow more easily and bottom discharge valves, were not permitted for class A products.
£42.50
MRP £49.99you save £7.49
Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Coventry: 1, Gloucester: 2, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #77686)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-058-006 Ronuk 38 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon
Expected Summer 2018

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #99297)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-058-007 Berry Wiggins 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon 118 Silver
Expected Summer 2018
Air Ministry design class A fuel oil tank wagon in Berry Wiggins livery with silver painted tank.

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

The Lionheart model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #117)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-058-008 National Benzole 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon 730
Expected Summer 2018

These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

The Lionheart model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #27309)
Dapol 7F-058-009 O Gauge Air Ministry 14-Ton Class A oil tank wagon.
Expected Summer 2018

These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.

Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

The Lionheart model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #102863)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-058-010 Shell / BP 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon A5068 Dove Grey
Expected Summer 2018
Air Ministry design class A fuel oil tank wagon in Shell / BP combined distribution livery with a grey painted tank.

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

The Lionheart model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #77669)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-006 Shell Electrical Oils 14-Ton Class A Oil Tank Wagon 2442
Expected Summer 2018

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.

A large number were converted to carry a range of other oil products in low flash-point class B category, this included many specialist oils for lubrication and electrical equipment such as transformers.

The model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #87511)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-007 Lobitos 118 Air Ministry 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon
Expected Summer 2018

These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch. Many were converted to convey low flash point class B products, for which bottom discharge was permitted and often heating coils were required to persuade the product to flow.

The Lionheart model features diecast parts to increase the weight and a compensated chassis for good running with solebars and brake rigging details moulded in robust ABS plastic. Fitted with metal wheels, sprung buffers and drawbar with hook and three-link coupling.

£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #102866)
Lionheart Trains O Gauge 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon Black LHT423
Expected Summer 2018

Air Ministry design class B oil tank wagon in use for Shell Lubricating Oils distribution with a yellow painted tank.
Tankers used for less volatile oil products such as lubricating and electrical oils were exempt from the usual rules for painting tanks in warning colours and a range of eye-catching liveries were applied.

These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.
Tankers for less flammable class B products (eg tar) were usually fitted with heating tubes to raise the temperature of heavy oil products and persuade it to flow more easily and bottom discharge valves, were not permitted for class A products.
£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #77687)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-009 Berry Wiggins 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon Black 103
Expected Summer 2018

Air Ministry design class B fuel oil tank wagon in Berry Wiggins service with black painted tank.

These oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.
Tankers for less volatile class B products (eg tar) were usually fitted with heating tubes to raise the temperature of heavy oil products and persuade it to flow more easily and bottom discharge valves, were not permitted for class A products.
£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #102867)
Dapol O Gauge 7F-059-010 Esso 14-Ton Class B Oil Tank Wagon Black 1854
Expected Summer 2018

Air Ministry design class B fuel oil tank wagon in service with Esso, black painted tank.

The latest new wagon model from Lionheart Trains, these oil tank wagons were built to orders from the air ministry during WW2, increasing the British tank wagon fleet during a time of high demand for aviation fuel. The wagons were sold on to the oil companies after the end of hostilities.
Most were built as Class A wagons for highly flammable products like petrol and aviation fuel, using the standard RCH 17'6" long 10' wheelbase chassis equipped with either side brakes and oil axleboxes. The 4275 gallon cylindrical tank was saddle mounted on transverse timber baulks and usually platforms were provided either side of a central filler hatch.
Tankers for less volatile class B products (eg tar) were usually fitted with heating tubes to raise the temperature of heavy oil products and persuade it to flow more easily and bottom discharge valves, were not permitted for class A products.

£44.50
MRP £52.50you save £8.00
Next Warehouse Delivery:Jun 15
(Product Ref #102868)
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