BR Engineers Wagons

The varied fleet of engineering wagons are increasingly popular subjects for modelling
EWS Turbot bogie ballast wagon EWS maroon livery No.DB978396
A detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie open ballast wagons featuring a finely moulded body with many separately fitted details.
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A detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie open ballast wagons featuring a finely moulded body with many separately fitted details.

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Detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie ballast wagons. These wagons were converted from the vacuum braked bogie bolster E wagons, displaced from steel traffic by air braked wagons, to replace the large fleet of unfitted wagons still being operated by the BR engineering departments. A body with fixed ends and drop sides was fitted to the former bolster wagons making them useful for many roles as general material carriers and for conveying worn ballast away from track relaying projects.
Model finished in BR engineers grey and yellow 'Dutch' livery.
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Detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie ballast wagons. These wagons were converted from the vacuum braked bogie bolster E wagons, displaced from steel traffic by air braked wagons, to replace the large fleet of unfitted wagons still being operated by the BR engineering departments. A body with fixed ends and drop sides was fitted to the former bolster wagons making them useful for many roles as general material carriers and for conveying worn ballast away from track relaying projects.
Model finished in BR engineers grey and yellow 'Dutch' livery.
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Dapol 4F-060-010 00 Gauge BR Grampus Engineers Open Wagon DB990653 Weathered Finish

The Grampus was one of the most numerous engineering wagons used by BR, being suitable for a wide range of duties. One could usually be found lurking around any sizable station or goods depot being used as a convenient carrier of anything which needed to be moved.

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British Railways Grampus wagons are the standard design of 20-ton steel bodied open wagon built for the engineering departments. Generally referred to as ballast wagons the Grampus design was developed from designs by the pre-nationalisation companies, the BR design incorporating removable end panels which make the Grampus useful for carrying exceptionally long loads like crossing timbers and signal posts in addition to the traditional role as ballast carriers. The wagons have had very long lives, many still being found in the 1980s being utilised as general material carriers, loaded with absolutely anything the engineers needed and sometimes resembling mobile rubbish bins.

The Dapol model nicely recreates this very common wagon type, this model painted weathered black livery can be used right through the wagons life, as many seem to have never been repainted!

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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number DC100065 in the BR engineers grey & yellow livery with Civil Link lettering.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van DW150066 in British Railways engineering department red livery lettered for service as a breakdown train packing van, conveying plates and timbers used to ensure crane stabilisers are properly supported and securely prop derailed vehicles between lifts.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van DW103582 in British Railways departmental service as a locomotive department stores van lettered for working between motive power depots and Eastleigh works. BR bauxite livery.
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In May 1918 an order was issued to convert 300 GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted MINK A ventilated box vans to insulated meat vans as a wartime measure. By 1922 refrigerated ships were bringing large volumes of 'green' bananas. 258 of the insulated vans were reconverted with steam warming apparatus added to ripen the bananas as they travelled to market.
This van is finished as British Railways W93370 in the bauxite livery applied by BR to identify vacuum train brake fitted wagons.
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Detailed model of the BR SPA low-sided, air-braked steel carrier wagon in use by the engineers departments as a materials carrier and coded ZAA PIKE and painted in the engineers grey and yellow Dutch livery.

As part of the development of the long wheelbase air braked wagons intended for fast goods trains a flat bed stake sided steel carrier wagon was produced. This proved ill-suited for many steel products, so following trials with a low-sided body 1,1000 SPA wagons were built. These have low, steel drop-door side bodies able to retain coiled products like rod/wire and featured floor bolsters suitable for loading and unloading by fork-lift truck.
As with many of the air-braked wagons there have been many subsequent modifications, both for revenue and departmental uses.

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Detailed model of the short 20ton bogie sleeper wagons built for British Railways to diagram 1-571 coded Pilchard and following former LNER design style for sleeper wagons.
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Detailed model of the short 20ton bogie sleeper wagons built for British Railways to diagram 1-571 coded Pilchard and following former LNER design style for sleeper wagons.
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The first standardised railway carriage design built by British Railways, the Mark 1 Coach introduced in 1951 continued to be produced until 1963, and even later in the form of multiple units and non-passenger stock. Mk1 Coaches were built in various places including Derby, Doncaster, Eastleigh, Swindon, Wolverton and York.
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Test Coach 18 'Mercury' was used to test the track based transponders utilised by the C-APT system. Throughout 1974 'Mercury' would be coupled to almost any available West Coast Mainline train many times per day.
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British Railways Mark 1 is the family designation for the first standardised designs of railway carriages built by British Railways (BR) from 1951 until 1974, now used only for charter services on the main lines or on preserved railways.
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This LMS CCT van was taken on by the Railway Technical centre as a stores van and test vehicle used by the track research team to examine the loading effect on the track from different types of rail vehicles. A very nice addition to model a RTC test train.
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This BR, ZRA Civil Link Van, DC200488 - Era 8 wagon measures at 146mm and is a fantastic addition to your collection or railway landscape, especially if you're looking for something with a modern twist or splash of colour.
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A detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie open ballast wagons featuring a finely moulded body with many separately fitted details.
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Designed for the carriage of machinery and other loads too tall to be carried on ordinary flat wagons the Loriot Y features a low central load bed and was often used for carrying tracked vehicles like bulldozers and crawler cranes. After nationalisation British Railways allocated most wagons of this type to the engineering departments, DW 41990 being for former GWR 41990 built in 1939 and finished here in BR engineering livery.
£37.50
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the many small coaches which survived into British Railway ownership. Small coaches such as these proved especially adept at branch line work, where their small size enabled the traversing of tight radius curves, the ability to be hauled by smaller engines, and they were more acceptable to lower passenger numbers. The Tool Van served as a vital addition to many trains, carrying the important tools required for proper maintenance and repair.
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This crane, as preserved at the One:One collection in Margate was built for the LNER as number 941599, then rated at 45 tonnes. On entry to BR service the crane would be renumbered multiple times as could be common for departmental rolling stock, first to 330110, then ADRC95218. 

Following a conversion from steam to diesel the crane would re-enter service as ADRC96719. Now rated at 50 tonnes, the crane is preserved and will be on display to the public when the museum opens.

The Hornby crane model includes the supporting trucks as well as a fully posable crane boom and hook, allowing the crane to be posed as if it were rescuing a stricken locomotive.

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The Limpet ballast wagons re-used older air-brake equipped chassis to help replace engineering wagons built in the 1950's with more modern vehicles. Bachmann's model captures these distinctive vehicles well, including the cut-out panels in the centre of the sides intended to prevent overloading with ballast, while retaining the high sides useful for many lighter track materials.
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A new model of the Maunsell and Lynes designed 25-ton goods train brake vans built for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway following WW1 and formed the initial standard brake vans for the Southern Railway. These long wheelbase vans with full-length cabins and enclosed verandas were known as 'dance hall' vans, in contrast to the later and much more austere Southern Railway 'pill box' vans.
Model finished in British Railways and BR engineers olive green livery.
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The JNA open wagons form part of the fleet of ballast carriers used by Network Rail. Trains of these wagons a frequently operated with ballast cleaner units and on track renewal operations, arriving with fresh ballast and taking away the dirty and worn ballast.
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The JNA open wagons form part of the fleet of ballast carriers used by Network Rail. Trains of these wagons a frequently operated with ballast cleaner units and on track renewal operations, arriving with fresh ballast and taking away the dirty and worn ballast.
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The JNA open wagons form part of the fleet of ballast carriers used by Network Rail. Trains of these wagons a frequently operated with ballast cleaner units and on track renewal operations, arriving with fresh ballast and taking away the dirty and worn ballast.
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The JNA open wagons form part of the fleet of ballast carriers used by Network Rail. Trains of these wagons a frequently operated with ballast cleaner units and on track renewal operations, arriving with fresh ballast and taking away the dirty and worn ballast.
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Detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie ballast wagons. These wagons were converted from the vacuum braked bogie bolster E wagons, displaced from steel traffic by air braked wagons, to replace the large fleet of unfitted wagons still being operated by the BR engineering departments. A body with fixed ends and drop sides was fitted to the former bolster wagons making them useful for many roles as general material carriers and for conveying worn ballast away from track relaying projects.
Although the Turbot fleet had been mostly sidelined before the rail privatisation EWS overhauled a small fleet of these wagons using them for coastal rock armour contracts.
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Detailed model of the BR engineers Turbot bogie ballast wagons. These wagons were converted from the vacuum braked bogie bolster E wagons, displaced from steel traffic by air braked wagons, to replace the large fleet of unfitted wagons still being operated by the BR engineering departments. A body with fixed ends and drop sides was fitted to the former bolster wagons making them useful for many roles as general material carriers and for conveying worn ballast away from track relaying projects.
Although the Turbot fleet had been mostly sidelined before the rail privatisation EWS overhauled a small fleet of these wagons using them for coastal rock armour contracts.
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The Romanian built IOA wagon is a type of high sided open wagon designed to carry ballast and spoil. They were first released in 2009 and all carried the distinctive Network Rail Engineers yellow livery and were designated Mussel. The IOA had a maximum load capacity of 102 tonnes and usually travel in block trains of 10 wagons or more.
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The Romanian built IOA wagon is a type of high sided open wagon designed to carry ballast and spoil. They were first released in 2009 and all carried the distinctive Network Rail Engineers yellow livery and were designated Mussel. The IOA had a maximum load capacity of 102 tonnes and usually travel in block trains of 10 wagons or more.
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The Romanian built IOA wagon is a type of high sided open wagon designed to carry ballast and spoil. They were first released in 2009 and all carried the distinctive Network Rail Engineers yellow livery and were designated Mussel. The IOA had a maximum load capacity of 102 tonnes and usually travel in block trains of 10 wagons or more.
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The Romanian built IOA wagon is a type of high sided open wagon designed to carry ballast and spoil. They were first released in 2009 and all carried the distinctive Network Rail Engineers yellow livery and were designated Mussel. The IOA had a maximum load capacity of 102 tonnes and usually travel in block trains of 10 wagons or more.
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Detailed new model of the British Railways design insulated express fish vans, a total of 558 being built at the former LNER Faverdale works from 1957 to 1960. Similar to the final LNER design and BR diagram 1/800 these vans had extra side bracing and roller bearings.
This model will be the first Diagram 1/801 van ever produced in OO gauge ready-to-run and features a wealth of detail with many separately fitted parts including steps on the engineers versions and two different types of buffers. Separate label boards will also be provided. Metal bearings will aid super smooth running enabling prototypically long trains to run with ease.
Model finished in 1970s BR rail blue with double arrows logo lettered Express Parcels with TOPS code NRV.
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Detailed new model of the British Railways design insulated express fish vans, a total of 558 being built at the former LNER Faverdale works from 1957 to 1960. Similar to the final LNER design and BR diagram 1/800 these vans had extra side bracing and roller bearings.
This model will be the first Diagram 1/801 van ever produced in OO gauge ready-to-run and features a wealth of detail with many separately fitted parts including steps on the engineers versions and two different types of buffers. Separate label boards will also be provided. Metal bearings will aid super smooth running enabling prototypically long trains to run with ease.
Model finished in bauxite goods livery as a barrier van lettered RBV.
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Detailed new model of the British Railways design insulated express fish vans, a total of 558 being built at the former LNER Faverdale works from 1957 to 1960. Similar to the final LNER design and BR diagram 1/800 these vans had extra side bracing and roller bearings.
This model will be the first Diagram 1/801 van ever produced in OO gauge ready-to-run and features a wealth of detail with many separately fitted parts including steps on the engineers versions and two different types of buffers. Separate label boards will also be provided. Metal bearings will aid super smooth running enabling prototypically long trains to run with ease.
Model finished in BR engineers gulf red livery with wasp-striped ends. Prefix ADB usually indicated allocation to the Mechanical & Electrical Engineers department.
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Detailed new model of the British Railways design insulated express fish vans, a total of 558 being built at the former LNER Faverdale works from 1957 to 1960. Similar to the final LNER design and BR diagram 1/800 these vans had extra side bracing and roller bearings.
This model will be the first Diagram 1/801 van ever produced in OO gauge ready-to-run and features a wealth of detail with many separately fitted parts including steps on the engineers versions and two different types of buffers. Separate label boards will also be provided. Metal bearings will aid super smooth running enabling prototypically long trains to run with ease.
Model finished in BR engineers yellow livery with wasp-striped ends lettered for storing and conveying re-railing equipment.
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Detailed new model of the British Railways design insulated express fish vans, a total of 558 being built at the former LNER Faverdale works from 1957 to 1960. Similar to the final LNER design and BR diagram 1/800 these vans had extra side bracing and roller bearings.
This model will be the first Diagram 1/801 van ever produced in OO gauge ready-to-run and features a wealth of detail with many separately fitted parts including steps on the engineers versions and two different types of buffers. Separate label boards will also be provided. Metal bearings will aid super smooth running enabling prototypically long trains to run with ease.
Model finished in BR rail blue livery with double arrow logo. Prefix ADW usually indicated allocation to the Western region Mechanical & Electrical Engineers department.
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Detailed new model of the British Railways design insulated express fish vans, a total of 558 being built at the former LNER Faverdale works from 1957 to 1960. Similar to the final LNER design and BR diagram 1/800 these vans had extra side bracing and roller bearings.
This model will be the first Diagram 1/801 van ever produced in OO gauge ready-to-run and features a wealth of detail with many separately fitted parts including steps on the engineers versions and two different types of buffers. Separate label boards will also be provided. Metal bearings will aid super smooth running enabling prototypically long trains to run with ease.
Model finished in plain black livery and lettered for the Midland region Mechanical & Electrical Engineers department. as a generator van based at Willesden TMD.
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The Plasser 12 Ton General Purpose Diesel-Hydraulic Crane is the next model to be designed and developed from the rails up for Bachmann’s EFE Rail range. These self-propelled cranes were given the TOPS code ‘YOB’ following their introduction in the mid-1970s. Used countrywide primarily at track relaying work sites, the cranes would be transported to site within engineering trains, but being self-propelled they were able to move around site and even perform light shunting during engineering possessions. Their compact nature allowed the YOBs to be used whilst an adjacent line remained open to traffic, thanks to them having no tail swing when the crane was in operation.

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The Plasser 12 Ton General Purpose Diesel-Hydraulic Crane is the next model to be designed and developed from the rails up for Bachmann’s EFE Rail range. These self-propelled cranes were given the TOPS code ‘YOB’ following their introduction in the mid-1970s. Used countrywide primarily at track relaying work sites, the cranes would be transported to site within engineering trains, but being self-propelled they were able to move around site and even perform light shunting during engineering possessions. Their compact nature allowed the YOBs to be used whilst an adjacent line remained open to traffic, thanks to them having no tail swing when the crane was in operation.

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The Plasser 12 Ton General Purpose Diesel-Hydraulic Crane is the next model to be designed and developed from the rails up for Bachmann’s EFE Rail range. These self-propelled cranes were given the TOPS code ‘YOB’ following their introduction in the mid-1970s. Used countrywide primarily at track relaying work sites, the cranes would be transported to site within engineering trains, but being self-propelled they were able to move around site and even perform light shunting during engineering possessions. Their compact nature allowed the YOBs to be used whilst an adjacent line remained open to traffic, thanks to them having no tail swing when the crane was in operation.

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The PIKO Track Cleaning wagon has been given a British outline finished as a VAB sliding-wall van in BR Railfreight brown livery.
Fitted with NEM tension lock couplings, this vehicle can form part of a goods train, polishing dust from the rails as it is hauled around your layout.

This model features a finely moulded body/applied livery, profiled wheels and is supplied complete with a fitted track cleaning pad.

£46.95

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The PIKO Track Cleaning wagon has been given a British outline finished as one of the high speed freight test and development vehicles operated by BRs Railway Technical Centre (RTC) to collect data on the characteristics of new goods wagons suspension system designs.
Fitted with NEM tension lock couplings, this vehicle can form part of a goods train, polishing dust from the rails as it is hauled around your layout.

This model features a finely moulded body/applied livery, profiled wheels and is supplied complete with a fitted track cleaning pad.
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Detailed model of a Cowans Sheldon 15ton capacity railway breakdown crane finished as British Railways crane RS1023 allocated to Stoke MPD.
While not capable of lifting a complete engine 15 tons was a useful lifting capacity for removing large components like boilers for running repairs.
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Detailed model of a Cowans Sheldon 15ton capacity railway breakdown crane finished as LMS crane 243 allocated to Wellingborough.
While not capable of lifting a complete engine 15 tons was a useful lifting capacity for removing large components like boilers, bridge girders, track panels, erecting signals etc.
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Detailed model of a Cowans Sheldon 15ton capacity railway breakdown crane finished as BR ex-SR crane DS316 allocated to Stewarts Lane.
While not capable of lifting a complete engine 15 tons was a useful lifting capacity for removing large components like boilers, bridge girders, track panels, erecting signals etc
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Detailed model of a Cowans Sheldon 15ton capacity railway breakdown crane finished as LNER crane 901628 allocated to Sunderland.
While not capable of lifting a complete engine 15 tons was a useful lifting capacity for removing large components like boilers, bridge girders, track panels, erecting signals etc
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A British Rail 6 Wheel Coach converted and used as a power source, a Generator Coach is an innovative and curious device serving in a capacity far different from the typical expectation of a coach simply to carry. While British Rail's standardised coaches with their simple and direct marks have dominated the InterCity lines for decades, many different services are provided including the typical purposes of coaches and railway transport.

In lines where a pantograph was not freely available to power electric trains, a power outage appears unexpectedly or even a hotel or other building required electricity; the Generator Coach was an emergency tool at hand.

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The breakdown crane is as much a part of railway infrastructure as much as it is a wagon. Such cranes began to appear in 1875, growing in size and complexity. 

Over 176 cranes have appeared around the UK since their introduction, with the most modern cranes able to lift entire locomotives off the ground. Being the national operator from 1948 BR inherited a patchwork of rolling stock from its constituent companies, as they had done twenty five years earlier, including all breakdown cranes in service.

BR employed some of the largest rail cranes, with the heaviest of the lot designed for the heaviest of tasks, such as the re-railing of locomotives, or tasks that may see a locomotive needing to be removed from the track all together

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This BR-era Ballast Plough Brake of type 'Shark' possessed Plough Brakes used to spread newly-dropped stone ballast. Built in 1957, the 'Shark' remains in service to this very day.
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Originally built in 1937 as a Southern Railway Van C type passenger brake vehicle, ADB975140 was converted for use as a departmental staff van in 1971.
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Following the improvements in production through the 20th century the standard length of rails increased from 45 feet to 60 feet. Now longer than the standard 45-feet bogie bolsters like the GWR Macaw B new 65-feet length rail carrier wagons were built.
The LMS developed bogie flat wagon, designed for use with bolsters for rail or as a flat deck wagon for track panels, was adopted as a standard type by British Railways and allocated the code name Salmon. 894 were constructed between 1949 and 1961 in 15 batches from private wagon builders as well as BR workshops. A great variety of modifications were made over the lives of these wagons, with over 400 being overhauled during the 1980s, receiving modern bogies and train air brakes. Many of these wagons were formed into continuous welded rail trains, while others were fitted with rail cranes to aid handling of jointed rails at relaying sites.
The Hornby Salmon range is a new tooling for 2023 with almost all variants of the wagon catered for. Fitted with diecast chassis, these wagons have fantastic weight that rolls freely on metal wheels. Bolsters are included in the accessory bag can be fitted to represent the different ways these wagons would have appeared.

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Following the improvements in production through the 20th century the standard length of rails increased from 45 feet to 60 feet. Now longer than the standard 45-feet bogie bolsters like the GWR Macaw B new 65-feet length rail carrier wagons were built.
The LMS developed bogie flat wagon, designed for use with bolsters for rail or as a flat deck wagon for track panels, was adopted as a standard type by British Railways and allocated the code name Salmon. 894 were constructed between 1949 and 1961 in 15 batches from private wagon builders as well as BR workshops and allocated TOPS type code YMO. A great variety of modifications were made over the lives of these wagons, with over 400 being overhauled during the 1980s, receiving modern bogies and train air brakes. Many of these wagons were formed into continuous welded rail trains, while others were fitted with rail cranes to aid handling of jointed rails at relaying sites.
The Hornby Salmon range is a new tooling for 2023 with almost all variants of the wagon catered for. Fitted with diecast chassis, these wagons have fantastic weight that rolls freely on metal wheels. Bolsters are included in the accessory bag can be fitted to represent the different ways these wagons would have appeared.
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Following the improvements in production through the 20th century the standard length of rails increased from 45 feet to 60 feet. Now longer than the standard 45-feet bogie bolsters like the GWR Macaw B new 65-feet length rail carrier wagons were built.
The LMS developed bogie flat wagon, designed for use with bolsters for rail or as a flat deck wagon for track panels, was adopted as a standard type by British Railways and allocated the code name Salmon. 894 were constructed between 1949 and 1961 in 15 batches from private wagon builders as well as BR workshops and allocated TOPS type code YMO. A great variety of modifications were made over the lives of these wagons, with over 400 being overhauled during the 1980s, receiving modern bogies and train air brakes. Many of these wagons were formed into continuous welded rail trains, while others were fitted with rail cranes to aid handling of jointed rails at relaying sites.
The Hornby Salmon range is a new tooling for 2023 with almost all variants of the wagon catered for. Fitted with diecast chassis, these wagons have fantastic weight that rolls freely on metal wheels. Bolsters are included in the accessory bag can be fitted to represent the different ways these wagons would have appeared.
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Following the improvements in production through the 20th century the standard length of rails increased from 45 feet to 60 feet. Now longer than the standard 45-feet bogie bolsters like the GWR Macaw B new 65-feet length rail carrier wagons were built.
The LMS developed bogie flat wagon, designed for use with bolsters for rail or as a flat deck wagon for track panels, was adopted as a standard type by British Railways and allocated the code name Salmon. 894 were constructed between 1949 and 1961 in 15 batches from private wagon builders as well as BR workshops and allocated TOPS type code YMO. A great variety of modifications were made over the lives of these wagons, with over 400 being overhauled during the 1980s, receiving modern bogies and train air brakes. Many of these wagons were formed into continuous welded rail trains, while others were fitted with rail cranes to aid handling of jointed rails at relaying sites.
The Hornby Salmon range is a new tooling for 2023 with almost all variants of the wagon catered for. Fitted with diecast chassis, these wagons have fantastic weight that rolls freely on metal wheels. Bolsters are included in the accessory bag can be fitted to represent the different ways these wagons would have appeared.
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YMA Salmons were the result of a BR rebuild, with wagons entering the workshops then leaving with shiny new air brakes. The fitment of these brakes allowed the wagons to be run in larger consists and also allowed for the removal of the rear coupled brake van, therefore reducing the staff required for a freight service.
The Hornby Salmon range is a new tooling for 2023 with almost all variants of the wagon catered for. Fitted with diecast chassis, these wagons have fantastic weight that rolls freely on metal wheels. Bolsters are included in the accessory bag can be fitted to represent the different ways these wagons would have appeared.
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The ZBA 'Rudd' is a type of low sided open wagon rebuilt from an older HTV type of coal hopper. This rebuild was done on behalf of the BR Civil Engineering department, the department responsible for maintaining the trackwork of the UK.

The ZBA was the most extreme of these rebuilt wagons with an entirely new body fitted as opposed to having the original one cut down. The first of these rebuilds began appearing in 1984, with the wagons becoming the longest lasting type. ZBA wagons saw their withdrawal come thick and fast around 2008, with their use diminished by advancements in wagon design in the 30 years they were in service.

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The ZBA 'Rudd' is a type of low sided open wagon rebuilt from an older HTV type of coal hopper. This rebuild was done on behalf of the BR Civil Engineering department, the department responsible for maintaining the trackwork of the UK.

The ZBA was the most extreme of these rebuilt wagons with an entirely new body fitted as opposed to having the original one cut down. The first of these rebuilds began appearing in 1984, with the wagons becoming the longest lasting type. ZBA wagons saw their withdrawal come thick and fast around 2008, with their use diminished by advancements in wagon design in the 30 years they were in service.

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The ‘Seacow’ wagon model features box sections in the vertical ribs to reflect a later variation. The hook couplings enable easier coupling of other rolling stock and locomotives on your layout. Stanchions support the wagon in an MGR Hopper style. A handbrake wheel is also featured. This model comes in a BR Engineers livery.
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The ‘Seacow’ wagon model features box sections in the vertical ribs to reflect a later variation. The hook couplings enable easier coupling of other rolling stock and locomotives on your layout. Stanchions support the wagon in an MGR Hopper style. A handbrake wheel is also featured. This model comes in a Mainline livery.
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This ‘Seacow’ wagon model features box sections in the vertical ribs to reflect a later variation. The hook couplings enable easier coupling of other rolling stock and locomotives on your layout. Stanchions support the wagon in an MGR Hopper style. A handbrake wheel is also featured. This model comes in an EWS livery.
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This ‘Sealion’ wagon model features box sections in the vertical ribs to reflect a later variation. The hook couplings enable easier coupling of other rolling stock and locomotives on your layout. Stanchions support the wagon in an MGR Hopper style. A handbrake wheel is also featured. This model comes in a BR Civil Engineering livery.

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This ‘Sealion’ wagon model features box sections in the vertical ribs to reflect a later variation. The hook couplings enable easier coupling of other rolling stock and locomotives on your layout. Stanchions support the wagon in an MGR Hopper style. A handbrake wheel is also featured. This model comes in a BR livery.
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This ‘Sealion’ wagon model features box sections in the vertical ribs to reflect a later variation. The hook couplings enable easier coupling of other rolling stock and locomotives on your layout. Stanchions support the wagon in an MGR Hopper style. A handbrake wheel is also featured. This model comes in a Loadhaul livery.
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This NE Scottish Area Hopper wagon model features box sections in the vertical ribs. The hook couplings enable easier coupling of other rolling stock and locomotives on your layout. Stanchions support the wagon. A handbrake wheel is also featured. A legend stating ‘Empty to Cowlairs’ reflects these wagons emptying their ballast load at Cowlairs. This model comes in an LNER NE Scottish Area livery.
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This ‘Trout’ Ballast Hopper wagon model features box sections in the vertical ribs. The hook couplings enable easier coupling of other rolling stock and locomotives on your layout. Stanchions support the wagon. A handbrake wheel is also featured. This model comes in a BR livery.
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An iron ore tippler wagon was an all-steel mineral wagon that did not have doors. Each wagon featured heavier axleboxes for carrying iron ore. The wagons could be turned over for unloading at its destination, the steelworks.
After these small capacity wagons were replaced with more modern rolling stock many of these vacuum brake fitted iron ore tippler wagons were taken over by the BR engineering departments for use as spoil carrier. TOPS coded ZKV these wagons were given the codeword Zander in the 'fishkind' series used for engineering wagons. This model comes in a bauxite livery with black patches applied to take the new lettering.

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