A model of a typical 5-plank open wagon painted in the early BR goods grey livery.

Era 4

£14.95
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(Product Ref #82613)

An excellent model of an ex-private owner 8-plank open coal wagon in BR service. Painted in the standard goods grey livery this wagon carries a P series number and V marking indicating that doors are fitted into the floor for emptying into undertrack staithes or hoppers.

Following the pooling of coal wagons during WW2 many thousands of privately owned wagons were passed to British Railways at nationalisation. These wagons were painted in the standard grey livery and given numbers prefixed with the letter P.

£14.95
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(Product Ref #63834)
Bachmann OO BR ex-Private Owner 8 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon Unpainted 37-209
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-209 8 Plank End Door Open Coal Wagon British Railways Rebuilt ex-Private Owner Wagon Unpainted Wood.
A detailed model of a 8 plank end door ex-private owner open wagon taken over by British Railways and rebuilt. Many of the early rebuilds were put into service with the wood body unpainted, as depiected on this model, though the lack of protection resulted in rapid deterioration of the planking and painting was resumed!
Era 4. 1948-1956
£16.95
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(Product Ref #4930)
Bachmann OO 16T Mineral Wagon BR Grey With Top Flap Doors 37-225H
Bachmann model 37-225H of the BR 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagon. Each suffix letter indicates a new running number produced for this very common wagon. This version has been weathered to help recreate the battle-scars incurred by wagons in coal and mineral service.
A very good model of the standard BR 16-ton steel mineral wagon, one of the most common of the BR standard designs. Over 200,000 of these wagons were built during the 1940s and 50s to replace wooden wagons used for coal and mineral traffic, representing almost half of the traditional small size wagons built for British Railways before the change to larger, modern air-braked wagons.
These robust steel bodied wagons lasted will into the 1980s and are a key signature type for BR steam or blue diesel era layouts.
£15.00
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(Product Ref #82622)
The 27-ton tippler wagons designed for iron ores were also used for aggregate service, with a number being marked for chalk traffic.
£9.95
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(Product Ref #82626)

 

An excellent model of the BR sand tippler wagon.

Eras 4-5

£9.05
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(Product Ref #9481)
Bachmann OO BR 16-ton Steel Mineral Wagon Grey 37-378
Model of a BR 16-ton steel bodied open mineral wagon fitted with a pressed steel end door.
Eras 4-5 1948-1966
£14.95
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(Product Ref #82629)
Bachmann OO 16T Slope Sided Mineral Wagon 37-426C
A detailed model of the4 Charles Roberts slope sided 16-ton steel body mineral wagons built for the Ministry of Transport.
£10.00
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(Product Ref #8968)
Bachmann OO BR Standard 20-ton Guards Brake Van Grey Weathered 37-530
An excellent model of the standard British Railways guards brake van. These 20-ton brake vans travelled on the rear of goods trains for many years.

This model is painted in the goods grey livery applied to brake vans not equiped for working with vacuum braked trains, the vast majority of the fleet. Completed with a weathered finish.
£24.50
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(Product Ref #48370)
Bachmann OO BR 20-ton Guards Brake Van CAP Bauxite 37-532
A detailed model of the British Railways standard design 20-ton goods guards brake van. Developed from the final LNER design these long-wheelbase vehicles provided a better ride than older short vans and an the brake handle was contained within the body.

This version painted in bauxite livery to indicate the van was equiped for working with vacuum brake fitted trains. Finished with the TOPS codes allocated to brake vans.
CAP indicating C for a brake van, type A with P a through train pipe for a vacuum brakes. The van would also have had an emergency brake setter fitted inside the cabin.
£24.50
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(Product Ref #24777)
Bachmann OO BR Cattle Wagons Pack of Three Weathered 37-716
Bachmann Branchline OO 37-716 Triple Pk 8 Ton Cattle Wagon BR Bauxite Weathered
Pack of three BR cattle wagons painted in the early version of the bauxite livery, as applied to wagons equiped with vacuum train brakes. These wagons have a weathered finish, replicating the in-service appearance.
£50.96
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(Product Ref #2887)
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-754D BR ex-GWR 12-Ton Ventilated Fruit Van British Railways Bauxite Goods Wagon Livery Weathered
A nicely detailed model of the GWRs goods fruit vans with distinctive louvres in place of the upper planks of the standard covered goods van. When not needed for perishables (fruit and vegetable) traffic these vans could also be used as standard ventilated box vans for 'clean' loads.
Painted in the early British Railways bauxite goods wagon livery.
Eras 4-5
£17.95
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(Product Ref #62990)
Bachmann OO BR 12-ton MOGO Box Van BR Bauxite 37-780
12-ton ex-GWR 'Mogo' motor car van equiped with end loading doors.
BR bauxite goods wagon livery.
£16.95
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(Product Ref #48388)

A good model of the BR design shock-absorbing open merchandise wagon.

The side mounted shock absorbers allowed the body limited movement end-to-end, offering protection for the load from the sudden jolts of shunting.

£16.95
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(Product Ref #77271)
Bachmann OO BR Conflat Container Wagon Pack of Three with Containers Weathered 37-981
Pack of three BR conflat 4-wheel container wagons painted in bauxite livery each with a small AF type insulated container load.

This pack is being produced with a weathered finish, reproducing the dirt and grime collected by wagons in service.
£35.00
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(Product Ref #481)

The BDA steel carrier wagons were converted from older bogie bolster wagons, being fitted with new high-speed bogies and air brake systems.

This model in the BR bauxite brown livery will be supplied with a load of steel pipes.

£23.75
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(Product Ref #82700)
A detailed model of the insulated version of the BR standard box van design.

Era 4.
£15.95
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(Product Ref #63857)
Bachmann OO Blue Circle Cement 22-Ton Presflo Bulk Cement Wagon B888723 38-270A
An excellent model of the BR Presflo pressure discharge hopper wagon painted in the standard BR bauxite goods wagon livery. This model of B888723 carries a placard displaying the distinctive circular Blue Circle cement logo.
£28.95
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(Product Ref #26644)
Bachmann OO Triple Pack 22 Ton Presflo Wagons BR Bauxite Weathered 38-287
Pack of three BR bauxite liveried Presflo type wagons with a weathered finish.
£70.50
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(Product Ref #3140)
A model of the BR standard design steel-bodied open merchandise wagon. This model features the chain pocket dimples which contained a ring to whcih loads could be lashed securely.

This model will be painted in the early BR bauxite livery.

£14.50
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(Product Ref #82860)
A model of the BR standard design steel-bodied open merchandise wagon.

This model will be painted in the early BR bauxite livery.

£14.50
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(Product Ref #82862)

Sometimes known as Pill Box vans these guards brake vans were designed for the Southern Railway in the 1930s, showing the steady development from the short wheelbase brake vans of earlier years towards the familiar BR standard design of the 1950s. The longer wheelbase (distance between the axles) provided a better ride for the guard, also allowing an increase in the weight and therefore effectiveness of the hand brake. Side lookout duckets allowed the guard to keep an eye on the running of the train and to watch for signals which may need him to apply the brake to help bring the train to a halt.

This model is painted in the British Railways goods grey livery completed with a weathered finish.

£24.95
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(Product Ref #85387)
Bachmann OO BR 13 Ton Hyfit Steel Body Open Wagon with Sheet Rail BR Bauxite Early 38-450A
A detailed model of the BR Hyfit vacuum brake fitted high sided open merchandise wagon fitted with a sheet supporter bar.
This model finished in the early BR bauxite livery and lettering.
£12.95
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(Product Ref #93459)
Bachmann OO BR 13 Ton Hyfit Steel Body Open Wagon with Sheet Rail BR Bauxite Late 38-452A
A detailed model of the BR Hyfit vacuum brake fitted high sided open merchandise wagon fitted with a sheet supporter bar.
This model finished in the later BR bauxite livery and lettering.
£12.95
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(Product Ref #93460)
Bachmann OO BR COVHOP Covered Hopper Wagon Bauxite Livery 38-500
A detailed model of the BR diagram 1/210 covered hopper (COVHOP) wagon. Developed in the 1950s these wagons provided a self-clearing hopper discharge wagon suitable for bulk powder products which required reliable weather protection. Typical loads included salt, soda ash and dry sand, all of which would be lost or damaged by wind and rain, or fail to discharge through the hopper when wet.

The model, being produced in OO 'ready to run' for the first time, boasts a variety of great prototype detail features including replicated alternative braking systems, separately attached catwalks and filler lids.

Model painted in the later BR goods brown livery with TOPS wagon data panels.

£19.95
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(Product Ref #56561)
Bachmann OO BR COVHOP Covered Hopper British Industrial Sand Bauxite & Black 38-502
A detailed model of the BR diagram 1/210 covered hopper (COVHOP) wagon. Developed in the 1950s these wagons provided a self-clearing hopper discharge wagon suitable for bulk powder products which required reliable weather protection. Typical loads included salt, soda ash and dry sand, all of which would be lost or damaged by wind and rain, or fail to discharge through the hopper when wet.

The model, being produced in OO 'ready to run' for the first time, boasts a variety of great prototype detail features including replicated alternative braking systems, separately attached catwalks and filler lids.

Model painted in the later BR goods brown livery with TOPS wagon data panels and finished with British Industrial Sand (BIS) lettering.
BIS supplied sand for glass making and other industrial processes requiring a consistent grade of sand. A dedicated wagon fleet was used, it being essential that the sand was not contaminated. Wagons assigned to BIS services remained in traffic into the 1980s.

£19.95
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(Product Ref #77359)
A highly detailed model of the small GWR shunters trucks used to provide a place for the shunter to ride safely around goods yards, coupled to the shunting engine. The box and flat floor of the wagon provided storage space for tools and spares, including shunters poles, brake sticks, train tail lamps and spare couplings.

The Bachmann model has been designed to recreate several different designs of shunters trucks as the differences were mainly in detail design. Three versions have been displayed in Bachmanns' display cases covering designs with round turned type handrail knobs, straight angle-iron grab iron brackets and inward-angled angle-iron brackets.

This wagon is painted in the BR black livery lettered for use at the Margam Junction yard and completed with a weathered finish. This depot served the huge steel plant at Port Talbot along with the coal mines and other metal industries in the area.

Era 4 1948-1957
£18.95
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(Product Ref #93448)
Bachmann OO BR 12-Ton Pipe Wagon Bauxite Brown Early 38-700
A highly detailed model of the BR design 12-ton pipe wagon painted in the early bauxite livery.
These long drop-side wagons were a useful high capacity open goods wagon originally designed to convey pipes. A large number were built in the 1950s as post-WW2 reconstruction got underway and the mains sewer network was expanded, modernised and pipes renewed.
Era 4 1948-1947
£23.95
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(Product Ref #93449)
Bachmann OO 22 Ton STV Tube Wagon BR Bauxite (TOPS) Weathered 38-750
A highly detailed model of the BR standard design of long tube wagon as running during the TOPS lettering ear from the mid-1970s. Painted in the later goods brown livery this model carries the TOPS panel and code STV.

This wagon type was originally designed in 1925 by the LMS for the carriage of long light loads. Batches were also built by the LNER and GWR. 
The first BR design was diagram 1/448, appearing from Darlington in 1954. This was similar to the LMS design but with the wheelbase and body length slightly increased. 2350 wagons were built to this design over the next seven years, all but the first 450 being vacuum braked from new.

These models have loads of great features, including spindle and OLEO buffer options, two types of axle box (both oil and HYBOX) and bodies with plain or battered floors. In addition, they also feature fixed axles and a close coupling device.
Era 4-5 1948-1966
£27.95
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(Product Ref #93452)
Bachmann OO BR Long Tube Wagon Bauxite Early 38-751
A highly detailed model of the BR standard design of long tube wagon painted in early style bauxite livery.

This wagon type was originally designed in 1925 by the LMS for the carriage of long light loads. Batches were also built by the LNER and GWR.
The first BR design was diagram 1/448, appearing from Darlington in 1954. This was similar to the LMS design but with the wheelbase and body length slightly increased. 2350 wagons were built to this design over the next seven years, all but the first 450 being vacuum braked from new.

These models have loads of great features, including spindle and OLEO buffer options, two types of axle box (both oil and HYBOX) and bodies with plain or battered floors. In addition, they also feature fixed axles and a close coupling device.

These very long tube wagons were used to transport steel products including bar and tube which are manufactured in long lengths. Round products often needed to be restrained while being transported, so these wagons had 5-plank sides, a central side door and damage resistant steel sheet ends.

Era 4 1948-1956
£27.95
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(Product Ref #93453)
Bachmann OO BR Long Tube Wagon Bauxite Late 38-752
A highly detailed model of the BR standard design of long tube wagon painted in bauxite livery with the later lettering style.

This wagon type was originally designed in 1925 by the LMS for the carriage of long light loads. Batches were also built by the LNER and GWR.
The first BR design was diagram 1/448, appearing from Darlington in 1954. This was similar to the LMS design but with the wheelbase and body length slightly increased. 2350 wagons were built to this design over the next seven years, all but the first 450 being vacuum braked from new.

These models have loads of great features, including spindle and OLEO buffer options, two types of axle box (both oil and HYBOX) and bodies with plain or battered floors. In addition, they also feature fixed axles and a close coupling device.

These very long tube wagons were used to transport steel products including bar and tube which are manufactured in long lengths. Round products often needed to be restrained while being transported, so these wagons had 5-plank sides, a central side door and damage resistant steel sheet ends.

Era 5 1967-1971
£27.95
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(Product Ref #93454)
Dapol OO BR Fruit D Express Fruit Van Maroon 4F-014-003
GWR orders for the Fruit D express fruit van were still being delivered into the 1950s. These useful vans were widely used for express parcels the growing small consignments business. Being a passenger rated van able to run in passenger trains the BR maroon livery was applied.
£18.50
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(Product Ref #69515)

A model of a LNER built 21-ton steel hopper wagon as running in the early British Railways period, painted in the standard goods grey livery with black-backed lettering.
This design of wagon was later adopted as a standard type by British Railways.

£11.00
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(Product Ref #33654)

The return of the LNER style wooden 20-ton 9-plank open wagon. These long wheelbase wagons had two drop doors fitted each side, plus bottom hatch doors.

£9.75
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(Product Ref #52031)
Dapol OO Gauge 4F-014-019 B753 BR Fruit D Express Fruit Van W38129 BR Blue

GWR orders for the Fruit D express fruit van were still being delivered into the 1950s. These useful vans were widely used for express parcels the growing small consignments business.

Many of these relatively new vans were still in service when the change to blue livery occurred in the late 1960s/ early 1970s, the last examples surviving in service until about 1980, often travelling widely in parcels and engineers parts (ENPARTS) service.

This model painted in rail blue is ideal for the 1970s era, the twilight years of the Western regions' diesel hydraulic locomotive fleet, when many of these vans were used to transport spare parts from Swindon works to locomotive depots.

£18.51
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(Product Ref #102039)
Steel wagons are far more durable than wood body wagons and British Railways selected the 13-ton steel body open wagon as a standard type for merchandise traffic. This model is painted in the standard bauxite livery.
£8.80
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(Product Ref #81362)
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76CAR001 BR Bogie Carflat ex-LMS Chassis Bauxite Weathered

BR Carflat wagons were built between 1959 and 1975. Our version Diag 1/088 represents 340 wagons built to Diagram 1/088 specifically on ex-LMS 60ft chassis with 9ft bogies.

The Carflats to this particular diagram were built from 1964 to 1968.

Finished in Late BR Bauxite with Black under frames, after a number of years in operation with rust, worn lettering and weathering building up. This version would have entered use in 1966 after conversion at Barassie Works.  TOPS Code FVV

Our model will feature fine detail, high quality finish and NEM coupling pockets.
Weathering effect will be created using a variety of techniques and may vary from the image.
£26.95
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(Product Ref #3711)
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76CAR002B BR Bogie Carflat ex-LMS Chassis Bauxite Weathered B745893
Announced January 2017

BR Carflat wagons were built between 1959 and 1975. Our version Diag 1/088 represents 340 wagons built to Diagram 1/088 specifically on ex-LMS 60ft chassis with 9ft bogies.

The Carflats to this particular diagram were built from 1964 to 1968.

Finished in Late BR Bauxite with Black under frames, after a number of years in operation with rust, worn lettering and weathering building up. This version would have entered use in 1966 after conversion at Barassie Works.  TOPS Code FVV

Our model will feature fine detail, high quality finish and NEM coupling pockets.
Weathering effect will be created using a variety of techniques and may vary from the image.
£26.95
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(Product Ref #101155)
Oxford Diecast OO Warwell A Wagon Diamond Bogies BR Brown DM360331 OR76WW002

A detailed model of the depressed centre Warwell wagons built during WW2 to carry US-built Sherman tanks and other military vehicles between the factories and west coast importing ports to the embarkation ports along the south coast. The depressed centre well was needed to keep the higher vehicles inside the restricted British loading gauge, but the wagons were built with sloping end ramps and bridge plates so vehicles could be driven along the length of a train for rapid loading and unloading.
Following the invasion many of these wagons were transferred to France to keep the advancing front line supplied with replacement armoured vehicles, which would often have a low maximum road speed.

After WW2 the Ministry of Defence retained a small fleet of these wagons for moving military vehicles, some being rebuilt in the late 1970s with modern bogies and air train brakes. The remainder were passed to British Railways ownership, being used as well wagons for high or heavy loads and in engineering service.

This model is finished as a wagon with the original diamond bogies and painted in British Railways bauxite brown livery. In service with the British Railways engineering departments this wagon was originally operated by the LMS, hence the DM series number.
£26.99
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(Product Ref #101192)
Oxford Diecast OO Warwell A Wagon Diamond Bogies BR Brown Weathered DM360332 OR76WW002W

A detailed model of the depressed centre Warwell wagons built during WW2 to carry US-built Sherman tanks and other military vehicles between the factories and west coast importing ports to the embarkation ports along the south coast. The depressed centre well was needed to keep the higher vehicles inside the restricted British loading gauge, but the wagons were built with sloping end ramps and bridge plates so vehicles could be driven along the length of a train for rapid loading and unloading.
Following the invasion many of these wagons were transferred to France to keep the advancing front line supplied with replacement armoured vehicles, which would often have a low maximum road speed.

After WW2 the Ministry of Defence retained a small fleet of these wagons for moving military vehicles, some being rebuilt in the late 1970s with modern bogies and air train brakes. The remainder were passed to British Railways ownership, being used as well wagons for high or heavy loads and in engineering service.

This model is weathered finish Warwell replicates a wagon with the original diamond frame bogies and painted in British Railways bauxite brown livery. In service with the British Railways engineering departments this wagon was originally operated by the LMS, hence the DM series number.
£26.99
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(Product Ref #101194)

BR Presflo pressure discharge hopper with Bulk Tunnel Cement advertising placard.

£8.00
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(Product Ref #42253)
£6.50
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(Product Ref #47496)
Hornby OO BR Shunters Truck Bristol Hallen Marsh R6643C
Hornby's new R6643C  model of the GWR diagram M3 shunters truck based at Hallen Marsh in Bristol. These small wagons were provided for shunters in the GWR to provide a safe riding vehicle plus a mobile store for shunting poles, brake sticks, wheel chocks and spare lamps. The truck also provided a useful spacer between the locomotive and wagons being shunted, so wagons could be positioned in or collected from inside a goods shed without the locomotive having to enter the building.

This model is finished in as a truck running in British Railways years with a DW prefixed number, but still painted in the GW goods grey livery. Truck allocated to Bristol Hallen Marsh, the main marshelling yard serving the dock complex at Avonmouth and Severnside chemical plants.
£10.95
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(Product Ref #4025)
Hornby OO BR Shunters Truck Stoke Gifford R6643E
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6463E BR Shunters Truck - Stoke Gifford
A new model of the GWR diagram M3 shunters truck. These small wagons were provided for shunters in the GWR to provide a safe riding vehicle plus a mobile store for shunting poles, brake sticks, wheel chocks and spare lamps. The truck also provided a useful spacer between the locomotive and wagons being shunted, so wagons could be positioned in or collected from inside a goods shed without the locomotive having to enter the building.

This model is finished in as a truck running in British Railways years with a DW prefixed number.
Truck allocated to Stoke Gifford yard, now the site of Bristol Parkway station where, although a small yard remains, the current car park area was once a vast marshelling yard dealing with traffic to and from South Wales and the West of England.
£14.99
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(Product Ref #7007)
Hornby OO BR ex-GWR Toad Goods Brake Van Goods Grey Bodmin RU R6694
BR Toad Brake Van - R6694
Finish:
Pristine
Length:
106mm
Livery:
BR
£16.99
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(Product Ref #47495)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6733 British Railways 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon
An exciting new model from Hornby for 2016, these large and quite distinctive hopper wagons were fitted with extra boards to provide volume capacity for 20 tons of coke to be carried.
Coke hopper wagons were built first by the LMS and later the design was adopted as a standard British Railways type. Often seen running in complete trains from the coke ovens to the iron and steel furnaces, frequently empty wagons returned in small numbers conveyed by regular goods trains.
£21.99
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(Product Ref #8382)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6733A British Railways 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon
An exciting new model from Hornby for 2016, these large and quite distinctive hopper wagons were fitted with extra boards to provide volume capacity for 20 tons of coke to be carried.
Coke hopper wagons were built first by the LMS and later the design was adopted as a standard British Railways type. Often seen running in complete trains from the coke ovens to the iron and steel furnaces, frequently empty wagons returned in small numbers conveyed by regular goods trains.
£21.99
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(Product Ref #55727)
Hornby OO BR ex-SR Bulleid Design Cattle Wagon R6737
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6737 BR ex-SR Maunsell Design Cattle Wagon
Richard Maunsell as chief engineer and Lionel Lynes as carriage and wagon superintendent produced a range of throughly modern wagons for the SE&CR and Southern railways. This cattle wagon design was little changed throughout its' life and the similarity of the later British Railways design is evident. Hornby are producing both the Maunsell and Bulleid designs, these earlier wagons being identified by planked ends and centrally pivoted hand brake levers.
Cattle wagons travelled widely across the British rail network, so the added variety of this Southern wagon is a welcome addition to the range of highly detailed wagons produced by Hornby in recent years.
£21.99
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(Product Ref #47361)
Hornby OO BR ex-SR Bulleid Design Cattle Wagon R6737A
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6737A BR ex-SR Maunsell Design Cattle Wagon
Richard Maunsell as chief engineer and Lionel Lynes as carriage and wagon superintendent produced a range of throughly modern wagons for the SE&CR and Southern railways. This cattle wagon design was little changed throughout its' life and the similarity of the later British Railways design is evident. Hornby are producing both the Maunsell and Bulleid designs, these earlier wagons being identified by planked ends and centrally pivoted hand brake levers.
Cattle wagons travelled widely across the British rail network, so the added variety of this Southern wagon is a welcome addition to the range of highly detailed wagons produced by Hornby in recent years.
£21.99
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(Product Ref #69869)
Bachmann OO BR ex-GWR 20-Ton Toad Goods Guards' Brake Van BR Grey 33-306D
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 33-306D BR ex-GWR 20-Ton Toad Goods Guards' Brake Van BR Goods Grey Livery
A nicely detailed model of the standard GWR design of guard's brake van, with the distinctive large enclosed verandah painted in the British Railways goods grey livery.
The ex-GWR brake vans were gradually withdrawn from general use under BR ownership as the brake wheel was outside the cabin, but many continued in service on Western region anyway. This van is labelled as being allocated to Newton Abbott and being in restricted use (RU) on goods trains around it's South Devon depot.
Later the engineers found the enclosed verandahs to be most useful for the secure storage of tools etc, resulting the GWR vans being found all over the BR network well into the 1980s!
Eras 4-5 1948-1966
£15.95
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(Product Ref #8675)

A nicely detailed model of the GWR pattern guards' brake van painted in the British railways bauxite brown colour.

The single-ended GWR brake vans were withdrawn from traffic use in the 1960s, as national agreements with the unions required access to both ends of brake vans. However hundreds of the GWR vans found a home with the engineers who appreaciated the large enclosed van section and solid-sided veranda which prevented loose items and tools from being lost 'overboard' while travelling.

Era 4/5 1948-1966

£14.95
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(Product Ref #56797)
Bachmann OO SR 25-Ton Queen Mary Bogie Brake Van SR Brown Small Lettering 33-827C
A detailed model of the Southern Railway bogie brake vans painted in the post-1934 brown livery with small size lettering.
These bogie brake vans were very smooth riding vehicles, ideal for use on the faster freight trains being introduced in the 1930s to give overnight delivery service between major cities.
£24.95
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An excellent model of the BR standard 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagon painted in the bauxite livery originally applied only��to vehicles fitted with vacuum train brakes, but later spread to many unfitted examples as well.

£11.95
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(Product Ref #82621)
Bachmann OO BR Standard 20 ton Guards Brake Van Bauxite Weathered 37-531
A detailed model of the British Railways standard design 20-ton goods guards brake van. Developed from the final LNER design these long-wheelbase vehicles provided a better ride than older short vans and an the brake handle was contained within the body.

This version painted in bauxite livery to indicate the van was equiped for working with vacuum brake fitted trains. Completed with a weathered finish,
£25.50
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Bachmann Branchline OO 37-983 Twin Pack BR Conflat A Wagons

Pack of 2 empty container conflat wagons
£18.00
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Bachmann OO 12 Ton BR Plywood Fruit Van BR Bauxite (Late) Weathered 38-183
Bachmann Branchline OO 38-183 12 Ton BR Plywood Fruit Van BR Bauxite (Late) Weathered
These vans were built to a design modifiied from the British Railways standard covered goods van apecially adapted for the carriage of fresh fruit and vegitables.
£17.95
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(Product Ref #77766)
An excellent model of the BR Presflo pressure discharge hopper wagon painted in the standard BR bauxite goods wagon livery. This model of B888112 carries advertising placards for Tunnel cement.
£19.95
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Bachmann OO BR 12 Ton Non-ventilated Box Van BR Bauxite Early Weathered 38-477
A detailed model of the LNER pattern covered box van with corrugated iron end panels and no ventilators.
This model is painted in the early version of the BR bauxite livery and lettering.
£18.95
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Bachmann OO BR 12 Ton Non-ventilated Box Van BR Bauxite Late Weathered 38-478
A detailed model of the LNER pattern covered box van with corrugated iron end panels and no ventilators.
This model is painted in the later version of the BR bauxite livery and lettering.
£18.95
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(Product Ref #74354)
Bachmann OO BR Midland 20T Goods Train Brake Van Grey with duckets 38-550A
Bachmann Branchline OO 38-550A Midland 20 Ton Brake Van BR Grey
A detailed model of the early LMS standard design of goods brake van, a direct development of the last Midland Railway design. These vans were built with and without side lookout duckets, both styles remaining in service into the 1960s.
This model of a van with lookout duckets is painted in the British Railways goods grey livery.
£27.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO 38-602 BR 21-Ton Grain Hopper Wagon Bauxite
A new and detailed model of the BR design 'Grano' covered grain hopper wagon.
These steel bodied hopper wagons were first developed in the 1930s, providing an easy solution to bulk grain transport within a weatherproof, self-clearing hopper. The British Railways design incorporated  features from the most recent builds from the big 4 companies. A large fleet was constructed in the 1950s, with a substantial number still in service into the 1970s.

While the majority of the BR grain wagons were painted grey when new to identify them as not having vacuum train brakes a number of bauxite painted wagons appeared later and these can add variety to model goods trains. When BR reconsidered its' goods wagon painting scheme in the 1960s bauxite brown became the standard colour for all goods wagons so wagons being overhauled and repainted changed to the new colour. At the same time the lettering of wagons was tidied up, collecting the lettering for wagon type, load capacity, tare weight and wagon number together in a defined box painted at the bottom left corner of the wagon body. Many were also upgraded with roller bearing axleboxes and more modern Oleo pneumatic buffers at the same time, all these changes being reflected in this model.

This model is painted in the BR bauxite brown livery with boxed lettering.

Era 6 1967-1971
£22.95
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A highly detailed model of the small GWR shunters trucks used to provide a place for the shunter to ride safely around goods yards, coupled to the shunting engine. The box and flat floor of the wagon provided storage space for tools and spares, including shunters poles, brake sticks, train tail lamps and spare couplings.

The Bachmann model has been designed to recreate several different designs of shunters trucks as the differences were mainly in detail design. Three versions have been displayed in Bachmanns' display cases covering designs with round turned type handrail knobs, straight angle-iron grab iron brackets and inward-angled angle-iron brackets.

This wagon is painted in the BR black livery lettered for use by the locomotive department. Shunters trucks used around major motive power depot were lettered loco dept. to distinguish them from those allocated to the traffic departments.

Era 4 1948-1957
£16.95
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New model announced 2013.

A highly detailed model of the BR design 12-ton pipe wagon painted in the BR engineers olive green livery.

These long drop-side wagons were a useful high capacity open goods wagon originally designed to convey pipes. A large number were built in the 1950s as post-WW2 reconstruction got underway and the mains sewer network was expanded, modernised and pipes renewed.

Era 7-8 1971-1994
£19.99
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(Product Ref #93451)
A well made model of the BR fruit van (mex) finished in bauxite livery.

These vans were converetd from cattle wagons by the GWR, being fitted with full-height sode doors and the open side panels planked over.
£10.82
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(Product Ref #46311)
Dapol OO Gauge 4F-031-031 Unigate Creameries 6 wheel milk tank wagon 70355
The 6-wheel milk tank wagons lost the brightly painted liveries during the post war austerity period and nationalisation of the railways. The tanks were painted in a plain silver scheme with the owners name displayed on a plate attached to the side.
Dapols model recreates this well, providing a milk tank suitable for running with BR steam and diesel traction up to the mid-1970s.
4F-031-013 Photo Shown
£14.98
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(Product Ref #68088)
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76CAR001 BR Bogie Carflat ex-LMS Chassis Bauxite

BR Carflat wagons were built between 1959 and 1975. Our version Diag 1/088 represents 340 wagons built to Diagram 1/088 specifically on ex-LMS 60ft chassis with 9ft bogies.

The Carflats to this particular diagram were built from 1964 to 1968.

Finished in BR Bauxite with Black under frames, this version would have entered use in 1964 after conversion at Derby Works.  Without TOPS code.

Our model will feature fine detail, high quality finish and NEM coupling pockets.
£26.99
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Oxford Rail OO BR ex-LNER Large Cattle Wagon BR Bauxtite OR76CAT001
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76CAT001 BR ex-LNER Cattle Wagon BR Bauxite
A detailed model of the LNER design cattle wagon painted in British Railways goods bauxite livery.
The LNER was slow to adopt steel underframe, so while the design of the cattle wagon followed the style used by the other four major railway companies the LNER examples continued to use wood underframes. This model reflects these details, along with the solid three-part doors with hand access holes, producing an accurate OO gauge replica of the LNER cattle wagon for the first time.
£10.95
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Oxford Rail OO BR ex-LNER 6 Plank Open Merchandise Wagon BR Grey OR76MW6002
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW6002 BR ex-LNER 6 Plank Open Merchandise Wagon British Railways Goods Grey.
The LNER constructed a slightly larger 6 plank bodied open wagon for general merchandise service, in place of the 5 plank body favoured by LMS and GWR companies. The LNER design used the RCH wood chassis far longer than the other companies who changed to the stronger steel frame design, resulting in the LNER wagons being quite easily identifyable. This model from Oxford Rail provides modellers with a good and detailed model of these LNER wagons for the first time.
£9.99
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(Product Ref #86722)
Oxford Rail OO BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagon P73162 OR76MW7013
Oxford Rail OO OR76MW013 BR Grey 7 Plank Wagon P73162

After Nationalisation, the large fleet of former Private Owner 7 plank wagons were painted in the new house colours of Grey by BR. Our 7 plank wagon recreates this livery in a pristine finish.

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£9.95
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Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW014 Triple Pack of BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagons P73208 / P153057 / P201347

After Nationalisation, the large fleet of former Private Owner 7 plank wagons were painted in the new house colours of Grey by BR. Our 7 plank wagon recreates this livery in a pristine finish.
This is a triple pack of 7 plank wagons with each model wearing a different running number.

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£29.95
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A new model of the GWR diagram M3 shunters truck. These small wagons were provided for shunters in the GWR to provide a safe riding vehicle plus a mobile store for shunting poles, brake sticks, wheel chocks and spare lamps. The truck also provided a useful spacer between the locomotive and wagons being shunted, so wagons could be positioned in or collected from inside a goods shed without the locomotive having to enter the building.

This model is finished in as a truck running in British Railways years with a DW prefixed number, but still painted in the GW goods grey livery. Truck allocated to Cheltenham where, in addtion to goods trains serving the businesses of the city wagons were intercharged with the LMS and many passenger trains terminated, needing the coaches to be shunted away for cleaning.
£10.95
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Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6783 Triple Pack of British Railways 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagons
An exciting new model from Hornby for 2016, these large and quite distinctive hopper wagons were fitted with extra boards to provide volume capacity for 20 tons of coke to be carried.
Coke hopper wagons were built first by the LMS and later the design was adopted as a standard British Railways type. Often seen running in complete trains from the coke ovens to the iron and steel furnaces, frequently empty wagons returned in small numbers conveyed by regular goods trains.
£54.99
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(Product Ref #47545)

Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 33-087 BR 5 Plank Open China Clay Wagon BR Bauxite
Expected November / December

A detailed model of the BR built china clay wagons as running in the 1960s and 70s when standard tarpaulin sheets were used when the wagons needed to be covered.
These wagons had side and end doors to permit rapid unloading and remained in service into the 1980s.

Special offer - Order in 4s at £47 for 4 (we will adjust charges before sending)

Length 80mm. Era 5-6, 1957-1971

£14.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 33-858 BR ex-LMS 30-Ton Bogie Bolster Wagon BR Bauxite Wreathered

A detailed model of the LMS design 30-ton bogie bolster wagon. These wagons were used for a variety of exceptionally long loads such as timber and iron and steel sections. The 30-ton capacity wagons could also be used to convey partially assembled structures such as trusses and bridge girders.
£21.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-237 Triple Pack of BR 16-Ton Steel Bodied Open Mineral Wagons BR Grey Weathered with Loads

Pack of three British Railways standard 16-ton steel bodied open wagons. Painted in the BR goods grey livery with a weathered finish, typical of the normal appearance of these wagons.
The 16-ton minerals were already being built at nationalisation, with British Railways adding to the fleet through the 1950s, reaching a total of around 250,000 wagons. The last of these were withdrawn from service in the mid-1980s, although the civil engineers retained a small fleet as waste (eg used/dirty ballast) carriers until around 1990.
Supplied with wagon loads.

Eras 5-7. 1948-1982
£48.41
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-238 Triple Pack of BR 16-Ton Steel Bodied Open Mineral Wagons BR Bauxite

Pack of three British Railways standard 16-ton steel bodied open wagons. Painted in the BR bauxite brown livery. This colour was initially applied to fitted wagons, but later became the standard wagon paint colour.
The 16-ton minerals were already being built at nationalisation, with British Railways adding to the fleet through the 1950s, reaching a total of around 250,000 wagons. The last of these were withdrawn from service in the mid-1980s, although the civil engineers retained a small fleet as waste (eg used/dirty ballast) carriers until around 1990.

Eras 6-7. 1967-1982

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A model of an iron ore tippler wagon running with TOPS lettering, code MSV.

Era 7-8 1971-1994
£14.95
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Well detailed model of the sloped side version of the well known 16-ton steel bodied mineral wagon. Painted in the BR good stock grey livery used on wagons not fitted with vacuum brakes.

£16.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-536A BR Design 20-Ton Goods Guards' Brake Van Flush Sides BR Freight Brown TOPS CAP Lettering

An excellent model of a standard BR 20-ton brake van running in the 1970s and 1980s.
This model replicates the flush sided appearance of a van which had been re-clad using plywood sheathing in place of tounge-and-groove boarding and carries the TOPS wagon type code CAP, indicating a van fitted with a hand brakes, plus through pipe (train brake connection but no brake cylinder) and a guards' brake valve for the vacuum train brake system.

Era 7 1971-1982

£25.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO 37-804 12 Ton Planked Sliding Door Ventilated Van BR Bauxite Weathered

A nicely detailed model of a British Railways covered box van fitted with sliding doors and corrugated steel end sheeting incoportaing a ventilator.
These wagons were a LMS design, the sliding door vans were favoured at some locations where the doors had to be opened alongside a building or loading dock, making the use of BR standard vans with swinging cupboard doors rather inconvenient.

£17.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-805 BR ex-LMS Covered Box Van BR Bauxite with ICI Fertiliser Labels

£17.95
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(Product Ref #82651)
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-806 British Army 12-Ton Covered Box Van Army Green Livery

The British military operates a number of rail-connected storage depots across the UK, along with their own port on Southampton water. The Army purchased a fleet of ex-BR box vans for interbnal service around the depots and for moving stores from depots to operational bases.
£16.95
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Bachmann OO BR Conflat with Speedfreight BD Container 37-952
A model of the standard BR container flat from the 1950's era painted in the bauxite livery applied to vacuum braked goods vehicles. This flat is carrying a BD type container painted in the grey and yellow Speedfreight livery.
£15.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-953 BR Conflat Container Wagon with BD Container 'Door to Door' Weathered

A nice model of the steam-ear 4-wheeled Conflat container wagon loaded with a large BD type container lettered for British Railways Door-to-Door service.

Eras 4-5
£17.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-954 BR Conflat Container Wagon with Pickfords Blue BD Type Container

A nice model of the steam-ear 4-wheeled Conflat container wagon loaded with a large BD type container owned by removals firm Pickfords.

Eras 4-5
£15.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-990 BR Conflat Container Wagon with Standard Type BA Container in Speedfreight Livery
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A nice model of the steam-ear 4-wheeled Conflat container wagon loaded with a large standard BA type container lettered for British Railways Speedfreight service.

Eras 4-5
£0.00
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 37-991 BR Conflat Container Wagon with Ventilated Type BA Container in Speedfreight Livery
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A nice model of the steam-ear 4-wheeled Conflat container wagon loaded with a large ventilated BA type container lettered for British Railways Speedfreight service.

Eras 4-5

£0.00
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-076C British Railways 12-Ton SR Design Plywood Sided Ventilated Box Van BR Goods Bauxite Early Lettering

An excellent model of the Southern design box van with plywood sides and the distinctive roof shape.

Era 4

£16.95
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New numbered model.

Based on the BR standard design of covered box van this group of vans were specially lined with insulation to convey chilled or refrigerated products, principally food products. To ensure that these specially equiped vans were clearly identified they were painted white or light blue.

£16.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-290 BR Prestwin Twin Silo Bulk Powder Wagon BR Bauxite
New model announced 2017. Details to be advised

Designed for carrying bulk powder product these distinctive wagons were used for materials which did not discharge easily from the Presflo design wagons.
The Bachmann photo shows one of the earlier diagram 1/274 10-feet wheelbase wagons.
£0.00
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-291 BR CQV Prestwin Twin Silo Bulk Powder Wagon BR Bauxite with TOPS Lettering
New model announced 2017. Details to be advised

Designed for carrying bulk powder product these distinctive wagons were used for materials which did not discharge easily from the Presflo design wagons.
The Bachmann photo shows one of the earlier diagram 1/274 10-feet wheelbase wagons.
£0.00
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-292 BR CQV Prestwin Twin Silo Bulk Powder Wagon BR Bauxite with TOPS Lettering. Weathered Finish.
New model announced 2017. Details to be advised

Designed for carrying bulk powder product these distinctive wagons were used for materials which did not discharge easily from the Presflo design wagons.
The Bachmann photo shows one of the earlier diagram 1/274 10-feet wheelbase wagons.
£0.00
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-330 13 Ton H/Sided Steel Wagon (Smooth Sides & Wooden Doors) BR Grey

A model of the BR standard design steel-bodied open merchandise wagon. This model features the chain pocket dimples which contained a ring to whcih loads could be lashed securely.

This model will be painted in the later BR goods brown bauxite livery.

£19.95
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Bachmann OO BR COVHOP Soda Ash Covered Hopper Wagon Light Grey 38-501
A detailed model of the BR diagram 1/210 covered hopper (COVHOP) wagon. Developed in the 1950s these wagons provided a self-clearing hopper discharge wagon suitable for bulk powder products which required reliable weather protection. Typical loads included salt, soda ash and dry sand, all of which would be lost or damaged by wind and rain, or fail to discharge through the hopper when wet.

The model, being produced in OO 'ready to run' for the first time, boasts a variety of great prototype detail features including replicated alternative braking systems, separately attached catwalks and filler lids.

This model is painted in the light grey wagon livery and lettered for use on soda ash (Sodium Carbonate) traffic. Often these wagons would have run in groups on a fixed route, the lettering helped ensure the empty wagons were returned promptly and not reloaded with materials which might cause contamination of the soda ash.

£28.95
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Bachmann Branchline OO 38-602A BR 21-Ton Grain Hopper Wagon Bauxite Heavily Weathered

A new and detailed model of the BR design 'Grano' covered grain hopper wagon.
These steel bodied hopper wagons were first developed in the 1930s, providing an easy solution to bulk grain transport within a weatherproof, self-clearing hopper. The British Railways design incorporated  features from the most recent builds from the big 4 companies. A large fleet was constructed in the 1950s, with a substantial number still in service into the 1970s and small fleets on some traffic flows lasting into the early 1980s.

Representing a large number of these wagons which were painted in the bauxite brown livery follwoing the fitting of vacuum train brakes or through pipes this model has been finished in a heavily weathered condition, typical of the appearance after several yaers in service and through into the 1970s.

Era 5 1957-1966
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A highly detailed model of the BR design 12-ton pipe wagon painted in the later bauxite brown livery.

These long drop-side wagons were a useful high capacity open goods wagon originally designed to convey pipes. A large number were built in the 1950s as post-WW2 reconstruction got underway and the mains sewer network was expanded, modernised and pipes renewed.

Era 5 1957-1966
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-726 War Department Warflat tank carrier bogie flat wagon. British Army bronze green with tank load.
New model announced 2013.
£42.46
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-727 BR ex-WD Warflat tank carrier bogie flat wagon. British Railways goods grey livery.
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge BR 12-Ton VEA Vanwide Covered Box Van BR Bauxite Weathered Finish.

British Rails' second and much more successful design of pallet carrying vans the Vanwide featured double doors in the central section of the wagon which when opened fully gave access to over half the length of the van. Loads were now placed centrally within the wagon wheelbase, resolving the unequal loading experienced with first design off-set door vans.
Dubbed 'Vanwide' these vans continued in service alongside the large air braked vans introduced from the late 1960s, with many being equipped with air brakes in place of the original vacuum train brakes, their last user being the military, whose depots had sharply curved track unsuitable for the larger long wheelbase vans.
£0.00
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-881 BR Railfreight 12-Ton VEA Vanwide Covered Box Van Railfreight Grey & Flame Red Livery.

British Rails' second and much more successful design of pallet carrying vans the Vanwide featured double doors in the central section of the wagon which when opened fully gave access to over half the length of the van. Loads were now placed centrally within the wagon wheelbase, resolving the unequal loading experienced with first design off-set door vans.
Dubbed 'Vanwide' these vans continued in service alongside the large air braked vans introduced from the late 1960s, with many being equipped with air brakes in place of the original vacuum train brakes, their last user being the military, whose depots had sharply curved track unsuitable for the larger long wheelbase vans.
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 38-882 BR Railfreight Distribution 12-Ton VEA Vanwide Covered Box Van Grey with Yellow Ends.

British Rails' second and much more successful design of pallet carrying vans the Vanwide featured double doors in the central section of the wagon which when opened fully gave access to over half the length of the van. Loads were now placed centrally within the wagon wheelbase, resolving the unequal loading experienced with first design off-set door vans.
Dubbed 'Vanwide' these vans continued in service alongside the large air braked vans introduced from the late 1960s, with many being equipped with air brakes in place of the original vacuum train brakes, their last user being the military, whose depots had sharply curved track unsuitable for the larger long wheelbase vans.

This model represents a wagon on military services, painted in a plain livery with yellow ends for improved visibility around military depots.
£0.00
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Model of a LMS design ventilated box van in service with British Railways follwoing nationalisation.

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A good model of these steel bodied vans which were specially built and fitted with secure doors for the transport of explosives.

Originally this was principally gunpowder and frequently used to transport explosives for mines and quarries, this name was retained for use on these vans long after other exploseives were developed. During peacetime the cargoes included all kinds of explosives and potentially explosive material, plus ammunition deliveries for reserve and cadet units across Britain.

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GWR orders for the Fruit D express fruit van were still being delivered into the 1950s. These useful vans were widely used for express parcels the growing small consignments business.

Many of these relatively new vans were still in service when the change to blue livery occured in the late 1960s/ early 1970s, the last examples surviving in service until about 1980, often travelling widely in parcels service.

This model painted in rail blue is ideal for the 1970s era, the twilight years of the Western regions' diesel hydraulic locomotive fleet, when many of these vans were used to transport spare parts from Swindon works to locomotive depots.

£18.51
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Dapol OO Gauge 4F-014-003 BR Fruit D Express Fruit Van Maroon

GWR orders for the Fruit D express fruit van were still being delivered into the 1950s. These useful vans were widely used for express parcels the growing small consignments business. Being a passenger rated van able to run in passenger trains the BR maroon livery was applied.

These vans were used for the growing parcels and small consignments business, later many being adopted by the engineering departments as material and locomotive parts carriers.
£18.50
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Dapol have produced a very nice model of the BR design banana van. These wagons were similar to ordinary box and fruit vans, but adapted with insulation and in some cases heating specially for the transport of imported bananas.

These vans ran in trains of varied length, according to the destination demands and could also be seen running singly to deliver smaller loads. When not needed for banana traffic the vans would sometimes be used for other 'clean' goods.

£10.80
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Model of the BR standard design of banana van with Fyffes bananas advertising labels.

Bananas required a special type of box van with insulation to avoid changes in temperature during transit. These vans often ran as block trains at express goods speed, sometimes even hauled by an express passenger locomotive, to ensure the fruit was delivered promptly to market, fresh off the ships!

£10.80
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Banana vans were commonly seen operating in block trains from the Bristol Channel ports in the 1950's. These vans were specially constructed, fitted with steam heating and extra insulation to maintain temperature and rippen bananas in transit.

Dapols' model represents the BR built vans, with doors designed to maintain a good seal. This wagon carries advertising for Geest, one of the principal UK banana importers.

£10.80
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Model of the British Railways standard design of 24-ton ore hopper wagon.

These steel bodied hopper wagons were used to convey iron ore from quarries and ports to the blast furnaces with hopper discharge allowing for rapid unloading. The high density of iron ore required just a short wagon to contain the volume of a full 24-ton load.

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Model of the British Railways standard 21-ton coal hopper wagon.

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Model of a 5 plank open wagon of LMS origin painted in British Railways grey livery.

Era 4 1948-1956

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Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76CAR001B BR Bogie Carflat ex-LMS Chassis Bauxite
Announced January 2017

BR Carflat wagons were built between 1959 and 1975. Our version Diag 1/088 represents 340 wagons built to Diagram 1/088 specifically on ex-LMS 60ft chassis with 9ft bogies.

The Carflats to this particular diagram were built from 1964 to 1968.

Finished in BR Bauxite with Black under frames, this version would have entered use in 1964 after conversion at Derby Works.  Without TOPS code.

Our model will feature fine detail, high quality finish and NEM coupling pockets.
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Oxford Rail OO BR ex-LNER Large Cattle Wagon BR Bauxtite E151872 OR76CAT001B
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76CAT001B BR ex-LNER Cattle Wagon BR Bauxite
A detailed model of the LNER design cattle wagon painted in British Railways goods bauxite livery.
The LNER was slow to adopt steel underframe, so while the design of the cattle wagon followed the style used by the other four major railway companies the LNER examples continued to use wood underframes. This model reflects these details, along with the solid three-part doors with hand access holes, producing an accurate OO gauge replica of the LNER cattle wagon for the first time.
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Oxford Rail OO BR ex-LNER 6 Plank Open Merchandise Wagon BR Grey E163353 OR76MW6002B
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW6002B BR ex-LNER 6 Plank Open Merchandise Wagon British Railways Goods Grey.
The LNER constructed a slightly larger 6 plank bodied open wagon for general merchandise service, in place of the 5 plank body favoured by LMS and GWR companies. The LNER design used the RCH wood chassis far longer than the other companies who changed to the stronger steel frame design, resulting in the LNER wagons being quite easily identifyable. This model from Oxford Rail provides modellers with a good and detailed model of these LNER wagons for the first time.
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Oxford Rail OO BR 6 Plank Mineral Wagon E147232 OR76MW6002C
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Oxford Rail OO BR 6 Plank Mineral Wagon Weathered OR76MW6002W
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Oxford Rail OO BR 6 Plank Triple Wagon Pack Weathered OR76MW6004
Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76MW6004 BR 6 Plank Triple Wagon Pack Weathered
The LNER constructed a slightly larger 6 plank bodied open wagon for general merchandise service, in place of the 5 plank body favoured by LMS and GWR companies. The LNER design used the RCH wood chassis far longer than the other companies who changed to the stronger steel frame design, resulting in the LNER wagons being quite easily identifyable. This model from Oxford Rail provides modellers with a good and detailed model of these LNER wagons for the first time.
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Oxford Rail OO BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagon P58699 OR76MW7013 B
Oxford Rail OO OR76MW013B BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagon P58699

After Nationalisation, the large fleet of former Private Owner 7 plank wagons were painted in the new house colours of Grey by BR. Our 7 plank wagon recreates this livery in a pristine finish.

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

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Oxford Rail OO BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagon Weathered P75934 OR76MW7015
Oxford Rail OO OR76MW015 BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagon Weathered P75934

After Nationalisation, the large fleet of former Private Owner 7 plank wagons were painted in the new house colours of Grey by BR. Our 7 plank wagon recreates this livery in a weathered finish.

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

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Oxford Rail OO BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagon Weathered P72521 OR76MW7015B
Oxford Rail OO OR76MW015B BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagon Weathered P72521

After Nationalisation, the large fleet of former Private Owner 7 plank wagons were painted in the new house colours of Grey by BR. Our 7 plank wagon recreates this livery in a weathered finish.

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£9.95
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Oxford Rail OO Triple Pack of BR Grey 7 Plank Open Wagons Weathered P75662 / P98402 / P162491 OR76MW7016

After Nationalisation, the large fleet of former Private Owner 7 plank wagons were painted in the new house colours of Grey by BR. Our 7 plank wagon recreates this livery in a weathered finish.
This is a triple pack of 7 plank wagons with each model wearing a different running number.

The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".

The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.

£29.50
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Oxford Rail OO Gauge OR76TOA003 BR ex-GWR 6 Wheel Toad Goods Train Brake Van Plated Sides BR Grey Bordesley Junction

These 6-wheeled goods train brake vans were built in the early 1900s in response to the need for greater braking force for the longer, heavier goods trains being hauled by the newest 2-6-0 and 2-8-0 goods engines. In addition to increasing weight from 16 to 24 tons a third axle was added to increase the brake force available. The new vans were initially allocated to the heaviest trains to help the the crew control the 80+ wagons a Churchward 28xx class engines (introduced from 1903) could haul.
The railway companies later settled on 20 tons as the optimum weight for goods train brake vans and the GWR commenced their long line of very similar long-wheelbase 4-wheeled vans.

The 6 wheeled vans continued to serve, many being fitted with robust metal sheathing for the lower body sides and surviving into the British Railways era. Their allocation became more widespread, often being used to provide depots with an extra-heavy brake van for use when it was needed and some were allocated to country branch lines with steep gradients to help the guard control the train in event of a broken coupling.

The Oxford Rail model has been designed to incorporate several of the changes made to these vans over their long lives. This model finished in later condition with steel-sheathed sides to the van and veranda finished in early British Railways grey livery.
Bordesley Junction was a major goods interchange point in Birmingham, originally a junction on the Grand Union Canal with the Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal the Midland Railways' Camp Hill line connects with the GWR Birmingham to London line at this point. Goods trains were received and despatched daily at Bordesley, serving destinations all over the West Midlands, south to London and north to Chester and Birkenhead.
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Oxford Diecast OO BR ex-GWR 6 Wheel Toad Brake Van Plated Sides Wolverhampton No.56962 OR76TOA004

These 6-wheeled goods train brake vans were built in the early 1900s in response to the need for greater braking force for the longer, heavier goods trains being hauled by the newest 2-6-0 and 2-8-0 goods engines. In addition to increasing weight from 16 to 24 tons a third axle was added to increase the brake force available. The new vans were initially allocated to the heaviest trains to help the the crew control the 80+ wagons a Churchward 28xx class engines (introduced from 1903) could haul.
The railway companies later settled on 20 tons as the optimum weight for goods train brake vans and the GWR commenced their long line of very similar long-wheelbase 4-wheeled vans.

The 6 wheeled vans continued to serve, many being fitted with robust metal sheathing for the lower body sides and surviving into the British Railways era. Their allocation became more widespread, often being used to provide depots with an extra-heavy brake van for use when it was needed and some were allocated to country branch lines with steep gradients to help the guard control the train in event of a broken coupling.

The Oxford Rail model has been designed to incorporate several of the changes made to these vans over their long lives. This model finished in later condition with steel-sheathed sides to the van and veranda finished in early British Railways grey livery.
Situated just north of Birmingham the city of Wolverhampton was the destination for many trains into the West Midlands, especially for traffic between the West Midlands and destinations to the north. Wolverhampton vans would have travelled great distances with trains being formed up to run direct to other cities served by the GWR.
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Oxford Diecast OO BR Toad 4 Wheel Brake Van Basingstoke No.35717 OR76TOB003

Noticeably shorter at 20 feet than the later and more familiar 24 feet 20-ton vans these all-wood bodied vans were the GWRs standard goods train brake vans from the 1888 to 1901, with around 840 being built. Early examples weighed only 13 tons with later built vans being ballasted up to 20 tons, though 16 tons became the most common weight. These vans were allocated diagram reference AA3 in the new index and after WW1 were allocated to lighter duties such as branch line and local pick-up goods trains. By the 1930s these vans were being allocated to the track and signalling engineering departments for use as tool and riding vans. Several examples lasted into British Railways service, being perfectly adequate for their duties.

This model is finished in British Railways grey livery and allocated to Basingstoke, one of the connections between the GWR and Southern networks.
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Oxford Diecast OO BR Toad 4 Wheel Brake Van Bala No.56449 OR76TOB004

Noticeably shorter at 20 feet than the later and more familiar 24 feet 20-ton vans these all-wood bodied vans were the GWRs standard goods train brake vans from the 1888 to 1901, with around 840 being built. Early examples weighed only 13 tons with later built vans being ballasted up to 20 tons, though 16 tons became the most common weight. These vans were allocated diagram reference AA3 in the new index and after WW1 were allocated to lighter duties such as branch line and local pick-up goods trains. By the 1930s these vans were being allocated to the track and signalling engineering departments for use as tool and riding vans. Several examples lasted into British Railways service, being perfectly adequate for their duties.

This model is finished in British Railways grey livery and allocated to Bala, the junction point between the GWRs Ruabon, Dolgellau/Dolgelly, Barmouth line and the branch heading off into the rugged North Wales hills to reach Blaenau Ffestiniog.
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Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6822 British Railways 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon B448144

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Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6822A British Railways 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagon B448149

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Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6826 BR Cattle Wagon B891313 Diagram 1529

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Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6826A BR Cattle Wagon B891214 Diagram 1529

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Hornby Railways OO Gauge R6830 Triple Pack of British Railways 20 Ton Coke Hopper Wagons

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