Private Owner Wagons
Over 50 different privately owned wagons from the steam era to add colour and variety in goods trains. Eras 2-3
Partridge, Jones and John Paton appear to have commenced their partnership around 1895, joining a wide range of coal, iron and steel interests in South Wales. The limited company was formed by formal amalgamation of the partners' extensive interests in 1920.
One of the largest coal and steel manufacturing companys in South Wales the company owned several collieries and steel works, requiring a substantial fleet of railway wagons. Marked with the company initials PJ & JP, the company was an early user of these higher capacity wagons, taking full benefit of the lower haulage rates offered by the GWR for moving traffic in these 20-ton steel wagons.
This model by Dapol features metal wheels and NEM coupler pockets.