GWR Coaches & Wagons

Great Western Railway 1835-1948
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Finely detailed model of the distinctive Southern Railway 2+2 style planked box van, built for the GWR during WWII. The unusual roof outline of these vans has been captured well in this model.

£14.00
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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 GWR goods grey livery lettered for use at Park Royal, a London depot with a number of major businesses including the Guinness brewery and bottling plant.

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Model of GWR long wheelbase express fruit van number 2850.
These vans were designed to be able to run attached to passenger trains for speedy delivery of fresh fruit. The vans were also widely used for general express parcels traffic.
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These large 4-wheel vans were introduced in the late 1930's for express delivery of fresh fruit and could be conveyed by many passenger train services. Although designed as ventilated fruit vans the vents could easily be closed and the Fruit D was frequently used as a parcels and luggage van.

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Fruit D wagons were large ventilated wooden bodied vans designed for the fast and efficient transportation of fruit. They were first constructed in the 1930’s for use by GWR and later in the 1950’s by BR. The vans themselves had three large double side doors for fast unloading and loading and were usually seen as part of passenger or fast goods trains. Out of season these vans were used as parcel or luggage vans. As road transport took over as the principal way of transporting fruit, fruit D vans were converted and used as permanent parcels or stores vans and remained in service in this way into the 1980’s.
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The Fruit D was the last of the GWR design ventilated fruit vans, this design with three side doors not appearing until after WW2. The majority of these vans were built in the early British Railways years and were one of the last GWR types, still being seen in service in the early 1980s.
These long wheelbase vans were suitable for running in secondary passenger and parcels trains and were widely used for the growing express parcels business, rail services being able to provide rapid parcel transit times. Later as diesel traction took over on the Western region many Fruit D vans were used to convey spare parts for locomotives between depots for what was later named 'component exchange maintenance'.

This model painted in the BR maroon livery applied after 1957.
£22.40
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Model of a GWR MEX covered fruit van, a former cattle wagon converted to a fully enclosed van for express fruit and vegetable traffic.
These useful van were fitted with vacuum train brakes, making them suitable for forwarding by fast goods and local passenger trains to ensure rapid delivery.
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Following a reduction in the cattle business a number of cattle wagons were allocated to the conveyance of ale in casks (barrels).
Thoroughly cleaned and painted in the goods grey livery these wagons were lettered 'ALE' to ensure they were not inadvertently used for cattle loading!
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Avonmouth was a major grain port for many years and the GWR constructed a small fleet of grain covered hopper wagons coded GRANO to ensure a good supply of wagons would be on hand when the next grain ship docked. In addition to the regular distribution from the large dockside granary stores to the many smaller mills around the South West these wagons would be busy during the harvest season collecting grain from country granaries.
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Avonmouth was a major grain port for many years and the GWR constructed a small fleet of grain covered hopper wagons coded GRANO to ensure a good supply of wagons would be on hand when the next grain ship docked. In addition to the regular distribution from the large dockside granary stores to the many smaller mills around the South West these wagons would be busy during the harvest season collecting grain from country granaries.
Weathered finish
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Dapol 4F-037-007 00 Gauge GWR container conflat wagon with container K1674.
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Low-sided 4-plank open wagon in the goods grey livery of the Great Western. Supplied with sawn timber load.
The GWR built some 18,000 4 plank open wagons between 1886 and 1902 on robust iron or steel frames and fitted with modern oil lubricated axleboxes before WW1 the potential life of the 4 plank wagon fleet was assessed in the 1920s. Many wagons were still in good condition with an expected life of a further 10+ years, so were equipped with brakes on both sides to comply with the latest regulations and continued in service well into the 1930s.
£12.20
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£11.30
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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.
£37.50
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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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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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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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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchandise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brakes both sides painted GWR grey livery, 1904-1930s lettering style.
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchandise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished painted GWR grey livery with post-1937 small lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 86140 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1942 small wartime economy lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number 15852 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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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 89351 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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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 89645 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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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 16204 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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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 101961 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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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 89268 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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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 103502 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small lettering. Marked for return to the J.S.Fry & Sons chocolate factory siding at Keynsham & Somerdale station near Bristol.
£29.00
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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 89517 in GWR goods grey livery with the post-1942 wartime economy smaller lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V16 van 93016 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V16 van 93182 in GWR goods grey livery with pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V16 van 96112 in GWR goods grey livery with pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V16 van 16295 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V16 van 96881 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V16 van 28839 in GWR goods grey livery with the post-1936 small sized lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V16 van 93191 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V16 van 95915 in GWR goods grey livery with the 1942 wartime economy even smaller lettering.
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A detailed model of the GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted ventilated box van as converted to an insulated meat van. An order was issued in 1918 for the conversion of 300 vans to boost the fleet of meat vans during WW1, the diagram X6 vans having added insulation and the end bonnet vents sealed, though not removed to allow reconversion back to ventilated vans. For at least 285 of these conversions the extra insulation was retained as in 1922 these vans were further adapted as insulated and steam heated vans for banana traffic.
Model finished in GWR goods dark grey livery with 25in height lettering, as used in the pre-grouping era.
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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 93249 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with 16in height lettering, as applied in 1922.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
Although finished in the Great Western Railway dark grey goods wagon colours this wagon is evidently on hire, carrying 'duplicate list' number 09244 to avoid confusion with the GWRs own wagon 9244 and with repair instructions on the door for the owners repair agents in Cardiff.
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The GWR traffic department made extensive use of the gangway fitted Siphon G ventilated milk vans for carrying passenger luggage, parcels and pre-sorted mail by regular passenger trains services and by the network of dedicated parcels and mail trains. In the mid 1920s a revised design of Siphon G appeared with inside body framing, the external vertical planked body now presenting a much more pleasing appearance. Vehicles to this basic style continued to be constructed into the early British Railways era, with the last being withdrawn circa 1980 having been used as newspaper sorting and packing vans, taking the daily national papers into the West of England.
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The GWR traffic department made extensive use of the gangway fitted Siphon G ventilated milk vans for carrying passenger luggage, parcels and pre-sorted mail by regular passenger trains services and by the network of dedicated parcels and mail trains. In the mid 1920s a revised design of Siphon G appeared with inside body framing, the external vertical planked body now presenting a much more pleasing appearance. Vehicles to this basic style continued to be constructed into the early British Railways era, with the last being withdrawn circa 1980 having been used as newspaper sorting and packing vans, taking the daily national papers into the West of England.
Model finished as GWR diagram O.33 Siphon G number 2924 in GWR chocolate brown livery.
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‘Mogo’ vans were railway vans built by Great Western Railway (GWR) in order to transport motor vehicles. Each van could only take a single vehicle which was loaded by driving through doors in the end of the van. The van additionally featured side doors so that it could be used to transport normal goods if not needed as a motor transporter. 350 wagons were built by GWR with the first appearing in 1933.
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Detailed model of GWR Toad goods train guards brake van number 68611 finished in GWR goods grey livery and allocated to Cheltenham High Street yard.
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A detailed model of a specially constructed van for conveying high explosives, originally gunpowder.

These vans were clearly marked to ensure that railway staff knew the contents were dangerous and precautions had to be taken in the handling of the vehicle. The bold red cross will make this wagon stand out on your layout.

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Model of a GWR cattle wagon to the GWR standard design from the early 1900s and adopted by British Railways.
Originally built in three sizes to suit the needs of the farmer the Great Western adopted a simple lockable partition device to adjust the size of a large wagon as required, building these long wheelbase wagons suitable for travelling in fast goods trains. When not needed for livestock cattle wagons were often utilised for perishable traffic including fruit & vegetables, notably broccoli from Cornwall, and fresh flowers from the Channel Islands.
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with 16in height lettering, as applied 1920-1936.
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR WW2 bright blue Salvage Save for Victory livery. C1940-1944.
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Several of the South Wales railway companies followed the GWR in adopting the Iron Mink for their own fleet of ventilated box vans. There were usually detail differences between the GWR wagons and those of the other operators, allowing the origins of these vans to be deduced even after the South Wales fleets were integrated with the GWRs own Iron Minks at the grouping.
This model is finished in the brown livery of the Taff Vale Railway, wagon number 5352.
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Several of the South Wales railway companies followed the GWR in adopting the Iron Mink for their own fleet of ventilated box vans. There were usually detail differences between the GWR wagons and those of the other operators, allowing the origins of these vans to be deduced even after the South Wales fleets were integrated with the GWRs own Iron Minks at the grouping.
This model is finished in the red lead livery of the Barry Railway, wagon number 1343.
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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. Occasionally something really unusual might be carried, like a yacht or navigation bouy.
Wagon 41989 was built in 1937 and is modelled in the GWR standard goods grey livery.
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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. Occasionally something really unusual might be carried, like a yacht or navigation bouy.
Wagon 41990 was built in 1939 and is modelled in the GWR standard goods grey livery carried since preservation.
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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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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchandise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in early condition with single side brake GWR grey livery, pre-1904 lettering style.
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchandise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brake on one side only painted GWR grey livery, 1904-1930s lettering style.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicateds unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 13154 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 90066 equipped with a sheet rail in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 19818 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 21900 with sheet rail in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 21215 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 91584 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small sized lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number 22114 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number 5031 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number 15006 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number 15026 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number 20306 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number 30307 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number 99382 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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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 101720 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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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 89351 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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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 unfitted diagram V14 van 95016 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering. This van is lettered for flour traffic from Wantage, needing the van to be kept clean and returned promptly to Wantage Road for loading.
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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 93405 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with 16in height lettering, as applied in 1922.
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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 93566 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with 16in height lettering, as applied in 1922.
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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 93563 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with the post-1942 lettering applied to these vans as they were overhauled after WW2 ready for the return of banana imports.
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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 93665 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with the post-1942 lettering applied to these vans as they were overhauled after WW2 ready for the return of banana imports.
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The GWR ‘Bloater’ vans were built for fish traffic from 1916 onwards, to replace an ageing fleet of older designs used to transport fish. Due to the nature of the cargo, the vans were reserved solely for fish traffic and worked mainly from the major fishing ports in Cornwall and Pembrokeshire. Classed as Non-Passenger-Carrying Coaching Stock (NPCCS), the vans were through-piped for steam heating and were rated to run at express speeds with passenger trains. Three variants of the ‘Bloater’ are covered by these all-new EFE Rail models – the Diagram S8, S9 and S10. Within these diagrams could be found vans fitted with vacuum brakes and those fitted with both vacuum and Westinghouse air brakes – the latter were coded ‘Bloater A’, but by the early-1930s these had seen their air brakes removed and were recoded to ‘Bloater’.

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Coaches such as these were vital to the trains of the GWR, more compact than their 4 wheeled cousins and almost tender size. Brake Baggage Coaches combined the installation of a brake with the ability to move luggage as well, giving a variety of uses and versatility to the GWR trains.
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A good model of the 30-ton bogie bolster wagon with GWR plate frame bogies finished in GWR goods dark grey livery. supplied complete with a steel girder section load.

Era 3 1923-1948 (grouping)

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The GWR cattle wagon changed little during the 20th century, being a much more modern design compared to the other companies cattle wagons when it was first built. The GWR design was adopted almost unaltered by British Railways as the standard cattle wagon, allowing this model of the GWR wagon to represent the BR type as well.

This model carries the GWR goods grey livery with the late 1930s small style of lettering.

Era 3

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A detailed model of the GWR design shock absorbing box van painted in the GWR goods dark grey livery.

Shock absorbing box vans were fitted with bodies which had some freedom of movement, controlled by springs. This helped damp out sudden shocks caused during shunting, preventing damage to the load inside the van.
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The large GWR Fruit D express fruit van is returning with improved tooling. This model is painted in the GWRs' brown livery with 1934 roundel or shirtbutton logo.

These large 4-wheel vans were introduced in the late 1930's for express delivery of fresh fruit and could be conveyed by many passenger train services. Although designed as ventilated fruit vans the vents could easily be closed and the Fruit D was frequently used as a parcels and luggage van.

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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the GWR lined crimson lake livery of the 1912-1922 period.
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the GWR lined chocolate and cream livery. DCC sound fitted.
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the GWR lined chocolate and cream livery.
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the GWR lined chocolate and cream livery. DCC sound fitted.
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the GWR chocolate and cream livery with twin cities crests. 1927-1948.
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the GWR chocolate and cream livery with twin cities crests. 1927-1948. DCC sound fitted.
£165.75
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the GWR chocolate and cream livery with shirtbutton monogram. 1934-1942.
£68.00
MRP £80.00

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 24
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(Product Ref 121642)
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the GWR chocolate and cream livery with shirtbutton monogram. 1934-1942. DCC sound fitted.
£165.75
MRP £195.00

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(Product Ref 121643)
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the British Railways crimson and cream livery, 1948-1957.
£68.00
MRP £80.00

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(Product Ref 121644)
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the British Railways crimson and cream livery, 1948-1957. DCC sound fitted.
£165.75
MRP £195.00

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(Product Ref 121645)
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the British Railways plain crimson livery, 1948-1957.
£68.00
MRP £80.00

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(Product Ref 121646)
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the British Railways plain crimson livery, 1948-1957. DCC sound fitted.
£165.75
MRP £195.00

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(Product Ref 121647)
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the British Railways maroon livery, 1957.
£68.00
MRP £80.00

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(Product Ref 121648)
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A highly detailed model of the GWR diagram N driving trailer or auto coaches built in 1907 to diagram N numbered 37 to 41. These wood bodied coaches featured the panelled construction of the period which Dapol are faithfully reproducing, along with fully detailed interior including driving cab with controls and saloons with their mix of side bench and cross seating bays. The underframe carries retractable steps, brake fittings and gas reservoirs for the lighting, complemented by detailed reproductions of the GWR 'American' bogies with their prominent drop-equaliser beams.
This model is finished in the British Railways maroon livery, 1957. DCC sound fitted.
£165.75
MRP £195.00

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(Product Ref 121649)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117667)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117668)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117669)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117670)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117671)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117672)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117673)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117674)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117675)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117676)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117677)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117678)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117679)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117680)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117681)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117682)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 24
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(Product Ref 117683)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 1 production, Q3-4 2022
£55.00
MRP £64.80

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 24
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(Product Ref 117684)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 24
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(Product Ref 117685)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 24
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(Product Ref 117686)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117687)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117688)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 24
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(Product Ref 117689)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117690)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117691)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117692)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117693)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117694)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117695)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR toplight coaching stock introduced from the 1910s, the new design styling replacing the dated look of the Victorian clerestory roof.
Dapol have chosen to model the GWR 'Mainline and City' stock, a fleet of non-corridor coach 'sets' built for suburban services from Paddington, including services over the Metropolitan line to Aldgate and Liverpool Street in the City of London. Displaced by newer stock these coaches were later allocated to other districts, many not being withdrawn until the late 1950s.
Planned for tranche 2 production, winter 2022-23
£55.00
MRP £64.80

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(Product Ref 117696)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR diagram E140 brake composite coaches which were built as pairs formed into 2-coach 'B set' trains. These 2-coach sets were the normal train for many branch lines or could be coupled together when needed for mainline local stopping services. Introduced in 1930 the diagram E140 coaches featured partially recessed door handles and recessed guards' doors similar to the express stock being constructed around the same time. These highly detailed models include full interior detailing with seating, luggage racks and lighting.
Finished as coaches 6977 and 6978 in late 1930s chocolate & cream livery with shirtbutton monogram logos forming Bodmin Branch set number 2.
£150.00
MRP £169.95

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(Product Ref 120213)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR diagram E140 brake composite coaches which were built as pairs formed into 2-coach 'B set' trains. These 2-coach sets were the normal train for many branch lines or could be coupled together when needed for mainline local stopping services. Introduced in 1930 the diagram E140 coaches featured partially recessed door handles and recessed guards' doors similar to the express stock being constructed around the same time. These highly detailed models include full interior detailing with seating, luggage racks and lighting.
Finished as coaches 6457 and 6459 in inter-war chocolate & cream livery.
£150.00
MRP £169.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Nov 24
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(Product Ref 120214)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR diagram E140 brake composite coaches which were built as pairs formed into 2-coach 'B set' trains. These 2-coach sets were the normal train for many branch lines or could be coupled together when needed for mainline local stopping services. Introduced in 1930 the diagram E140 coaches featured partially recessed door handles and recessed guards' doors similar to the express stock being constructed around the same time. These highly detailed models include full interior detailing with seating, luggage racks and lighting.
Finished as coaches 6453 and 6454 finished in the GWR wartime economy plain brown livery lettered as Kingsbridge branch set number 2
£150.00
MRP £169.95

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(Product Ref 120412)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR diagram E140 brake composite coaches which were built as pairs formed into 2-coach 'B set' trains. These 2-coach sets were the normal train for many branch lines or could be coupled together when needed for mainline local stopping services. Introduced in 1930 the diagram E140 coaches featured partially recessed door handles and recessed guards' doors similar to the express stock being constructed around the same time. These highly detailed models include full interior detailing with seating, luggage racks and lighting.
Finished as coaches 6409 and 6410 the GWR wartime economy plain brown livery.
£150.00
MRP £169.95

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(Product Ref 120413)
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New highly detailed models of the GWR diagram E140 brake composite coaches which were built as pairs formed into 2-coach 'B set' trains. These 2-coach sets were the normal train for many branch lines or could be coupled together when needed for mainline local stopping services. Introduced in 1930 the diagram E140 coaches featured partially recessed door handles and recessed guards' doors similar to the express stock being constructed around the same time. These highly detailed models include full interior detailing with seating, luggage racks and lighting.
Finished as coaches 6894 & 685 in GWR post-WW2 lined chocolate and cream livery lettered for the Kingham Branch which was a cross-country link from the GWRs Cheltenham St.James station to the GWR London to Birmingham route.
£150.00
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New highly detailed models of the GWR diagram E140 brake composite coaches which were built as pairs formed into 2-coach 'B set' trains. These 2-coach sets were the normal train for many branch lines or could be coupled together when needed for mainline local stopping services. Introduced in 1930 the diagram E140 coaches featured partially recessed door handles and recessed guards' doors similar to the express stock being constructed around the same time. These highly detailed models include full interior detailing with seating, luggage racks and lighting.
Finished as coaches W6999 and W7000 in late GWR chocolate and cream livery with British Railways numbering. 1948 to early 1950s before full repainting
£150.00
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 with many passing to British Railways ownership at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
Model finished in a special mid-chrome green livery and lettered for the GWR's 'grouping era' CME Charles Coillett of Swindon, wagon 6000.
£29.95
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Detailed model of the GWR diagram O18 open merchandise wagons introduced in 1902 with higher 5 plank sides than used previously, cross-cornered DCIII spring applied hand brakes, self-contained buffers and 'sack truck' door. When new many were equipped with sheet supporting rails to keep tarpaulin covers from sagging, but these were removed from wagons as they were put into the 'common user' wagon pool. These wagons set the basic open wagon design used by the GWR until nationalisation and many survived as internal users into the 1970s, resulting in several examples being preserved.
This model is finished as GWR wagon number 34004 in GWR dark grey livery with pre-grouping 25in height lettering. This wagon was photographed by the GWR company photographer to record the latest new design of wagon.
£29.95
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(Product Ref 124662)
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Detailed model of the GWR diagram O18 open merchandise wagons introduced in 1902 with higher 5 plank sides than used previously, cross-cornered DCIII spring applied hand brakes, self-contained buffers and 'sack truck' door. When new many were equipped with sheet supporting rails to keep tarpaulin covers from sagging, but these were removed from wagons as they were put into the 'common user' wagon pool. These wagons set the basic open wagon design used by the GWR until nationalisation and many survived as internal users into the 1970s, resulting in several examples being preserved.
This model is finished as GWR wagon number 98289 in GWR dark grey livery with pre-grouping 25in height lettering.
£29.95
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(Product Ref 124663)
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Detailed model of the GWR diagram O18 open merchandise wagons introduced in 1902 with higher 5 plank sides than used previously, cross-cornered DCIII spring applied hand brakes, self-contained buffers and 'sack truck' door. When new many were equipped with sheet supporting rails to keep tarpaulin covers from sagging, but these were removed from wagons as they were put into the 'common user' wagon pool. These wagons set the basic open wagon design used by the GWR until nationalisation and many survived as internal users into the 1970s, resulting in several examples being preserved.
This model is finished as GWR wagon number 34004 in GWR dark grey livery with pre-grouping 25in height lettering. This wagon was photographed by the GWR company photographer to record the latest new design of wagon.
£29.95
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(Product Ref 124664)
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Detailed model of the GWR diagram O18 open merchandise wagons introduced in 1902 with higher 5 plank sides than used previously, cross-cornered DCIII spring applied hand brakes, self-contained buffers and 'sack truck' door. When new many were equipped with sheet supporting rails to keep tarpaulin covers from sagging, but these were removed from wagons as they were put into the 'common user' wagon pool. These wagons set the basic open wagon design used by the GWR until nationalisation and many survived as internal users into the 1970s, resulting in several examples being preserved.
This model is finished as GWR wagon number 97398 in GWR dark grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering. Wagon preserved on the Severn Valley Railway.
£29.95
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Detailed model of the GWR diagram O18 open merchandise wagons introduced in 1902 with higher 5 plank sides than used previously, cross-cornered DCIII spring applied hand brakes, self-contained buffers and 'sack truck' door. When new many were equipped with sheet supporting rails to keep tarpaulin covers from sagging, but these were removed from wagons as they were put into the 'common user' wagon pool. These wagons set the basic open wagon design used by the GWR until nationalisation and many survived as internal users into the 1970s, resulting in several examples being preserved.
This model is finished as GWR wagon number 98480 in GWR dark grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
£29.95
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Detailed model of the GWR diagram O18 open merchandise wagons introduced in 1902 with higher 5 plank sides than used previously, cross-cornered DCIII spring applied hand brakes, self-contained buffers and 'sack truck' door. When new many were equipped with sheet supporting rails to keep tarpaulin covers from sagging, but these were removed from wagons as they were put into the 'common user' wagon pool. These wagons set the basic open wagon design used by the GWR until nationalisation and many survived as internal users into the 1970s, resulting in several examples being preserved.
This model is finished as GWR wagon number 98652 in GWR dark grey livery with pre-grouping 16in height lettering.
£29.95
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(Product Ref 124667)
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Detailed model of the GWR diagram O18 open merchandise wagons introduced in 1902 with higher 5 plank sides than used previously, cross-cornered DCIII spring applied hand brakes, self-contained buffers and 'sack truck' door. When new many were equipped with sheet supporting rails to keep tarpaulin covers from sagging, but these were removed from wagons as they were put into the 'common user' wagon pool. These wagons set the basic open wagon design used by the GWR until nationalisation and many survived as internal users into the 1970s, resulting in several examples being preserved.
This model is finished as GWR wagon number 97199 in GWR dark grey livery with small size post-1936 lettering.
£29.95
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(Product Ref 124668)
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Detailed model of the GWR diagram O18 open merchandise wagons introduced in 1902 with higher 5 plank sides than used previously, cross-cornered DCIII spring applied hand brakes, self-contained buffers and 'sack truck' door. When new many were equipped with sheet supporting rails to keep tarpaulin covers from sagging, but these were removed from wagons as they were put into the 'common user' wagon pool. These wagons set the basic open wagon design used by the GWR until nationalisation and many survived as internal users into the 1970s, resulting in several examples being preserved.
This model is finished as GWR wagon number 97728 in GWR dark grey livery with post-1936 small sized lettering.
£29.95
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Detailed model of the GWRs diagram N19 10 ton capacity steel bodied locomotive coal wagons. These wagons were built from 1913 and being of all-metal construction lasted until the end of steam. These smaller capacity loco coal wagons were frequently used to supply small branchline sheds where the 10 tons of coal might last for an entire week, making these ideal for small GWR layouts.
This model is finished as wagon number 9876 in GWR dark grey livery with large pre-grouping company lettering.
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Detailed model of the GWRs diagram N19 10 ton capacity steel bodied locomotive coal wagons. These wagons were built from 1913 and being of all-metal construction lasted until the end of steam. These smaller capacity loco coal wagons were frequently used to supply small branchline sheds where the 10 tons of coal might last for an entire week, making these ideal for small GWR layouts.
This model is finished as wagon number 9882 in GWR dark grey livery with large pre-grouping company lettering.
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Detailed model of the GWRs diagram N19 10 ton capacity steel bodied locomotive coal wagons. These wagons were built from 1913 and being of all-metal construction lasted until the end of steam. These smaller capacity loco coal wagons were frequently used to supply small branchline sheds where the 10 tons of coal might last for an entire week, making these ideal for small GWR layouts.
This model is finished as wagon number 9902 in GWR dark grey livery with large post-grouping company lettering.
£29.95
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(Product Ref 9106)
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Detailed model of the GWRs diagram N19 10 ton capacity steel bodied locomotive coal wagons. These wagons were built from 1913 and being of all-metal construction lasted until the end of steam. These smaller capacity loco coal wagons were frequently used to supply small branchline sheds where the 10 tons of coal might last for an entire week, making these ideal for small GWR layouts.
This model is finished as wagon number 9950 in GWR dark grey livery with large post-grouping company lettering.
£29.95
MRP £32.95

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Detailed model of the GWRs diagram N19 10 ton capacity steel bodied locomotive coal wagons. These wagons were built from 1913 and being of all-metal construction lasted until the end of steam. These smaller capacity loco coal wagons were frequently used to supply small branchline sheds where the 10 tons of coal might last for an entire week, making these ideal for small GWR layouts.
This model is finished as wagon number 9916 in GWR dark grey livery with small post-1936 lettering.
£29.95
MRP £32.96

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(Product Ref 22492)
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Detailed model of the GWRs diagram N19 10 ton capacity steel bodied locomotive coal wagons. These wagons were built from 1913 and being of all-metal construction lasted until the end of steam. These smaller capacity loco coal wagons were frequently used to supply small branchline sheds where the 10 tons of coal might last for an entire week, making these ideal for small GWR layouts.
This model is finished as wagon number 23014 in GWR dark grey livery with small post-1936 lettering.
£29.95
MRP £32.95

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The GWR ‘Bloater’ vans were built for fish traffic from 1916 onwards, to replace an ageing fleet of older designs used to transport fish. Due to the nature of the cargo, the vans were reserved solely for fish traffic and worked mainly from the major fishing ports in Cornwall and Pembrokeshire. Classed as Non-Passenger-Carrying Coaching Stock (NPCCS), the vans were through-piped for steam heating and were rated to run at express speeds with passenger trains. Three variants of the ‘Bloater’ are covered by these all-new EFE Rail models – the Diagram S8, S9 and S10. Within these diagrams could be found vans fitted with vacuum brakes and those fitted with both vacuum and Westinghouse air brakes – the latter were coded ‘Bloater A’, but by the early-1930s these had seen their air brakes removed and were recoded to ‘Bloater’.

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The GWR ‘Bloater’ vans were built for fish traffic from 1916 onwards, to replace an ageing fleet of older designs used to transport fish. Due to the nature of the cargo, the vans were reserved solely for fish traffic and worked mainly from the major fishing ports in Cornwall and Pembrokeshire. Classed as Non-Passenger-Carrying Coaching Stock (NPCCS), the vans were through-piped for steam heating and were rated to run at express speeds with passenger trains. Three variants of the ‘Bloater’ are covered by these all-new EFE Rail models – the Diagram S8, S9 and S10. Within these diagrams could be found vans fitted with vacuum brakes and those fitted with both vacuum and Westinghouse air brakes – the latter were coded ‘Bloater A’, but by the early-1930s these had seen their air brakes removed and were recoded to ‘Bloater’.

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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the hundreds which served on the GWR from the Victorian era onwards, small coaches such as these proved especially good at branch line work, where their small size enabled the traversing of tight radius curves, while lower passenger numbers meant their small size was more acceptable and enabled trains to be hauled by smaller engines.
£32.85
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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the hundreds which served on the GWR from the Victorian era onwards, proving especially good at branch line work where their small size enabled the traversing of tight radius curves, while lower passenger numbers meant their small size was more acceptable and enabled trains to be hauled by smaller engines.
£32.85
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The Loriot Y was a design of well wagon intended to transport machinery that would be too large for the GWR loading gauge. Two wagons were built, and their service with GWR saw them regularly being used to transport bulldozers.
£49.99

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The ‘Loriot Y’ wagon model represents the prototypical wagon under BR ownership. The running number, DW41990, is emblazoned on the side. A wood grain print is used to replicate the wooden planks seen on the prototypical model. The model’s load is a BR Coles Crane, made by CORGI®.
£58.99
MRP £64.99

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