The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.<br />This model replicates a wagon MS.3 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the GWR. Era 3.
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon MS.3 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the GWR. Era 3.
£33.00
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Available: Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #106854)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.<br />This model replicates a wagon WW.52 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the LMS. Era 3.
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon WW.52 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the LMS. Era 3.
£33.00
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(Product Ref #106852)
<span>The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.</span><br /><span>This model replicates a wagon equipped with its' original diamond frame bogies in service with the Ministry of Defence in the 1970s. Eras 6-7.</span>
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon equipped with its' original diamond frame bogies in service with the Ministry of Defence in the 1970s. Eras 6-7.
£33.00
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(Product Ref #106855)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.<br />This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the olive green livery applied in the 1970s. Eras 7-9.
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the olive green livery applied in the 1970s. Eras 7-9.
£37.00
Website: 1
(Product Ref #106842)
<span>The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.</span><br /><span>This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the 1990s olive green livery. Eras 8-9.</span>
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the 1990s olive green livery. Eras 8-9.
£33.00
Website: 2
Available: Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #106845)
Oxford Rail OR76BOOM01XS 00 Gauge WWI Rail Gun - Boche Buster - Camouflage and ROD2330 Locomotive DCC Sound
Oxford Rail OR76BOOM01XS 00 Gauge WWI Rail Gun - Boche Buster - Camouflage and ROD2330 Locomotive DCC Sound
£224.00
MRP £279.95
Website: 2
Available: Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #103851)
Bachmann 35-175 00 Gauge ROD 1918 Robinson 2-8-0 Locomotive War Department Black<br />During the later stages of WW1 these Robinson 2-8-0 locomotives were being built for the War Department, intended for service on military trains.
Bachmann 35-175 00 Gauge ROD 1918 Robinson 2-8-0 Locomotive War Department Black
During the later stages of WW1 these Robinson 2-8-0 locomotives were being built for the War Department, intended for service on military trains.
£148.70
MRP £174.95
Available: Cardiff: 1
(Product Ref #84461)
A new model of the War Department Warflat bogie flat wagon designed to convey heavy military vehicles during WW2.
A new model of the War Department Warflat bogie flat wagon designed to convey heavy military vehicles during WW2.
£49.95
MRP £56.95
Available: Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #93417)
A new model of the War Department Warflat bogie flat wagon designed to convey heavy military vehicles during WW2.
<p>This model is painted in post war British Army bronze green and supplied with a model tank load.</p>
<p>Era 4 1948-1956</p>
A new model of the War Department Warflat bogie flat wagon designed to convey heavy military vehicles during WW2.

This model is painted in post war British Army bronze green and supplied with a model tank load.

Era 4 1948-1956

£49.95
MRP £56.95
Available: Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #93418)
Bachmann Branchline 32-254A OO Gauge WD Austerity 2-8-0 77003 Wartime Plain Black Livery<br />This model is finished as WD number 77003, a locomotive allocated to the LNER during WW2 and finished in a plain black livery.<br />DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
Bachmann Branchline 32-254A OO Gauge WD Austerity 2-8-0 77003 Wartime Plain Black Livery
This model is finished as WD number 77003, a locomotive allocated to the LNER during WW2 and finished in a plain black livery.
DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£144.45
MRP £169.95
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(Product Ref #5210)
Expected <strong>December 2019</strong><br />Model of the British Army Royal Engineers Railway Operating Department 2-ft/600mm narrow gauge locomotive 542.<br />The engine was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia for the British government to haul trains on the trench tramway lines supplying the front line. Many were sold for further use after the end of the war.
Expected December 2019
Model of the British Army Royal Engineers Railway Operating Department 2-ft/600mm narrow gauge locomotive 542.
The engine was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia for the British government to haul trains on the trench tramway lines supplying the front line. Many were sold for further use after the end of the war.
£131.70
MRP £159.95
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(Product Ref #103409)
These covered box vans were ordered for use as ambulance vans on the WW1 narrow gauge trench railway system. The tall vans were not a great success on the temporary tracks of the front line, but proved suitable for the more permanent track found on estate railway systems.<br />Model finished in WD WW1 grey with weathered finish.
These covered box vans were ordered for use as ambulance vans on the WW1 narrow gauge trench railway system. The tall vans were not a great success on the temporary tracks of the front line, but proved suitable for the more permanent track found on estate railway systems.
Model finished in WD WW1 grey with weathered finish.
£38.95
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(Product Ref #107411)
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates, while shells, rations, ammunition, timber, fuel and water in cans and even troops could be carried easily. The wagons could even be adapted quickly to carry casualties on stretchers.<br /><br />
The type D bogie open wagon was one of the more versatile wagons built for the War Department Light Railways. The two-part drop sides allowed the wagons to be emptied easily when carrying aggregates, while shells, rations, ammunition, timber, fuel and water in cans and even troops could be carried easily. The wagons could even be adapted quickly to carry casualties on stretchers.

£27.95
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(Product Ref #74779)
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.<br />This model replicates a wagon WW.38 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the LNER. Era 3.
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon WW.38 in War Department wartime olive drab livery and marked as on loan to the LNER. Era 3.
£33.00
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(Product Ref #106853)
<span>The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.</span><br /><span>This model replicates a wagon equipped with its' original diamond frame bogies in service with the Ministry of Defence in the 1970s. Eras 6-7.</span>
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon equipped with its' original diamond frame bogies in service with the Ministry of Defence in the 1970s. Eras 6-7.
£33.00
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(Product Ref #106856)
<span>The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.</span><br /><span>This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the 1990s olive green livery. Eras 8-9.</span>
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the 1990s olive green livery. Eras 8-9.
£37.00
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(Product Ref #106844)
<span>The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.</span><br /><span>This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the olive green livery with yellow ends from circa 2000 onwards. Era 9.</span>
The Warwell wagons were built during WW2 to carry tanks arriving from the USA. After 1945 a small fleet was retained by the British Army for moving tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) in the UK and Germany. Surplus wagons were passed on to British Railways, being used as heavy duty road vehicle carriers and for steel traffic.
This model replicates a wagon upgraded to modern Gloucester GPS bogies and air brakes for service with the Ministry of Defence and finished in the olive green livery with yellow ends from circa 2000 onwards. Era 9.
£37.00
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(Product Ref #106843)
Oxford Rail OR76BOOM01 00 Gauge WW1 Rail Gun - Boche Buster - Camouflage and ROD2330 Locomotive
Oxford Rail OR76BOOM01 00 Gauge WW1 Rail Gun - Boche Buster - Camouflage and ROD2330 Locomotive
£143.50
MRP £169.95
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(Product Ref #103849)
Detailed model of the GWR Dean design 'standard goods' 0-6-0 engine finished in military khaki colours as serving with the Railways Operating Department of the Royal Engineers during WW1.<br /><br /><br />
Detailed model of the GWR Dean design 'standard goods' 0-6-0 engine finished in military khaki colours as serving with the Railways Operating Department of the Royal Engineers during WW1.


£101.95
MRP £119.95
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(Product Ref #104625)
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