Private Owner Wagons

Many colourful privately owned and perated wagons from the years before WW2. Eras 2-3
Model of the standardised design of steel bodied grain wagon finished as GWR 'Grano' number 42313 marked for return to Avonmouth docks.
£17.60
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Nicely detailed N gauge model of the RCH 1923 design 7 plank open coal wagons used in great numbers by the larger railway companies and many private owners.
This wagon is finished in the livery of the Buckley Junction metallic brick company.
£10.75
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Nicely detailed N gauge model of the RCH 1923 design 7 plank open coal wagons used in great numbers by the larger railway companies and many private owners.
This wagon is finished in the maroon livery of the Black Park Colliery, Ruabon wagon number 330.
£10.75
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Nicely detailed N gauge model of the RCH 1923 design 7 plank open coal wagons used in great numbers by the larger railway companies and many private owners.
Finished in the deep red livery of the Black Park Colliery, this wagon describing the location as 'near Chirk', possibly a more accurate location than the alternative 'Ruabon'.

£10.75
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Nicely detailed N gauge model of the RCH 1923 design 7 plank open coal wagons used in great numbers by the larger railway companies and many private owners.
This wagon is finished in the livery of the Bersham Colliery.
£10.75
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Gloucester: 1
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Nicely detailed N gauge model of the RCH 1923 design 7 plank open coal wagons used in great numbers by the larger railway companies and many private owners.
This wagon is finished in Blue Circle Cement livery, large quantities of coal being required to fuel the cement furnaces.
£10.75
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Nicely detailed N gauge model of the RCH 1923 design 7 plank open coal wagons used in great numbers by the larger railway companies and many private owners.
This wagon is finished in the livery of G Russell & company.
£10.75
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£22.95
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£23.95
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Well-known biscuit makers Huntley & Palmers established themselves as one of the first global brands through the use of the railways. Their plant at Reading was connected with both the GWR and SECR and the company owned a small fleet of coal wagons, finished in an eye-catching red livery, to ensure a steady supply was available.
This model is produced from new tooling and features, amongst many things, a much finer and thinner body moulding, including interior detail, with accurately-placed brake rigging and brake shoes (in line with wheels), fine printing detail and metal-tyred wheels.
£18.50
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A nicely detailed model of Small & Sons 7 plank open wagon number 18. Small & Sons were coal and agricultural merchants in Somerset and Devon, with this wagon advertising locations at Taunton, Thornfalcon on the Chard branch and Tiverton. The open wagons were used for coal and forage, possibly also conveying corn in sacks during harvest season, though lime would likely have arrived in the suppliers ridge-rooofed vans.
£18.50
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Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£14.50
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Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£13.60
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Nicely detailed N gauge model of the RCH type 7 plank private owner open wagons.
Model finished as Gresford, Wrexham wagon number 228.
£10.75

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7 plank open wagon operated by the Tredegar colliery company in South Wales.
Large fleets of these colliery owned wagons moved cola on a rolling conveyor principle to the South Wales ports and steel works.
£23.95

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A nicely detailed model of an 8 plank open coal wagon fitted with coke rails to increase the volume carried. This wagon is painted in the black livery with yellow lettering and sunburst logo of smokeless fuels supplier Suncole.
£22.95

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Once common on the post-war British Railway network, these 4-wheel vans carried a wide variety of goods throughout the system. No longer in service they remain an iconic wagon type so typical of the railway scene from the 1950s to the 1980s and modellers will find a home for several on their layouts.
Model finished in National Coal Board black livery as an NCB colliery internal user wagon. Collieries often had a small fleet of wagons for internal use, especially where a coking plant was nearby, so much of the coal wound was finally dispatched as coke.
£18.50

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A bright red painted four plank open wagon operated by the Teign Valley Granite company of Bovey-Tracey in Devon.
Granite was quarried from the edge of Dartmoor and loaded into railway wagons for transport to customers. The Teign Valley company also operated other quarries around the south west of England.
This new release of the Teign Valley Granite wagon is being produced from Pecos' new N gauge wagon tooling and is fitted with the new metal-tyred wheels.

£18.50

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A new model of the standard RCH 1923 7 plank open coal wagons produced by Peco featuring the correct 9-feet wheelbase wood underframe and a detailed body moulding including interior planking detail.
Wagon finished in the livery of the Gellyceidrim Collieries Company of Swansea of grey body with a company 'illiteracy mark' on the side door.
£18.50

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A new model of the standard RCH 1923 7 plank open coal wagons produced by Peco featuring the correct 9-feet wheelbase wood underframe and a detailed body moulding including interior planking detail.
Wagon finished in the bright yellow livery of the Cadbury chocolate company.
£18.50

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Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£14.50

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Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£13.60

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Shell and BP operated their rail wagons as a combined fleet until the 1960s. This wagon represents a wagon for 'class B' products which were not highly flammable, mostly heavy fuel oils and bitumen.
£15.25

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The silver tank and red solebar stripe warn that this Esso tank wagon carries highly flammable products like petrol.
£15.25

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Wonderful Wagons! Perfectly printed and finished, Peco wagons offer some very interesting subjects which other manufacturers have passed on. Each model comes supplied in it's own hard storage case, ideal for stacking in a roling stock box.
£15.25

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£15.25

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Peco N Gauge model of a Gloucester RCW-built 7 plank open coal wagon in service with the well-known industrial conglomerate of Geust, Keen and Nettleford, or GKN.

Guest, Keen & Nettlefolds, or GKN as it was later more commonly known, was formed in the early 1900s by the amalgamation of Patent Nut & Bolt, Dowlais Iron Company, Guest & Co. and Nettlefolds Limited. They operated a very large fleet of wagons, including examples of this purple-brown with yellow band 7-plank coal wagon. Built by The Gloucester Railway Carriage & Wagon Company, Peco are particularly pleased with the reproduction of the Gloucester G builders plates on the sole-bar.

£13.25

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£21.95

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Nicely detailed N gauge model of the RCH 1923 design 7 plank open coal wagons used in great numbers by the larger railway companies and many private owners.
Finished in the deep red livery of the Black Park Colliery, this wagon describing the location as 'near Chirk', possibly a more accurate location than the alternative 'Ruabon'.
£11.20

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Nicely detailed model of a steam era 14-ton 4-wheel oil tank wagon lettered for the National Benzole company.

These silver-painted wagons were used to carry motor spirit, commonly called petrol, the National company trading on it's fuel blend or mix with benzole.
The National name was still in use into the 1970s, but has now been fully merged into BP.
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The production of coal gas created a number of chemical waste by-products and an entire chemicals industry spang forth to extract further useful products from this waste.

Imperial Chemical Industries, formed from a large number of smaller concerns, operated a fleet of tank wagons to convey a wide range of chemical products. As many of these products were not as hazardardous as fuel oils in the event of fire the tanks of ICI wagons did not need to conform to the rules applying to petrol wagons. This maroon colour (possibly originating from 'red lead' paint applied as a rust inhibitor) seems to have been quite commonly used.
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A detailed model of an 8-plank open coal wagon lettered for Ketton Cement.

The wagon also carries the identity of it's actual owners, Thos W Ward, the well-known Sheffield coal factors. It is likely that this wagon was painted  in connection with a long-term contract for the supply of coal to the cement companys' furnaces.

£24.95

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

£29.95

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

£29.95

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

£29.95

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Early 14 Ton Tank Wagons with timber saddles, cradles and wire hawsers were built in response to the need for oil products to fuel Britain’s rapid development during the early-twentieth century, along with two world wars. As the hostilities of World War Two drew to a close, a new design of tank with a central anchor mechanism securing the tank to the chassis was agreed between the private operators, the Petroleum Board and the railway companies. Construction of this new wagon did not pick up pace until the early-1950s, and with the introduction of larger, vacuum braked tank wagons during the late-1950s, the Anchor-Mount design soon became obsolete, and the final wagons of this type were built in 1963.

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Tippler wagons were built without side or end doors as these wagons would be unloaded by inverting them in a rotary cage known as a tippler. Typically used for iron ore traffic between quarries or ports and the iron making blast furnaces in late 1960 these were made redundant by the introduction of new high-capacity wagon. Many were redeployed for aggregates traffic, engineers use and sold for internal use on the railways of the coal and iron industries.
This model is finished in NCB internal user black livery with wasp-striped ends.
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Detailed model of J&R Stone 5 plank open wagon number 754
This model is produced from new tooling and features, amongst many things, a much finer and thinner body moulding, including interior detail, with accurately-placed brake rigging and brake shoes (in line with wheels), fine printing detail and metal-tyred wheels.
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A new model of the standard RCH 1923 7 plank open coal wagons produced by Peco featuring the correct 9-feet wheelbase wood underframe and a detailed body moulding including interior planking detail.
Wagon finished in the bright yellow livery used by the Colmans Mustard Works for their coal supply wagons.
£18.50

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A new model of the standard RCH 1923 7 plank open coal wagons produced by Peco featuring the correct 9-feet wheelbase wood underframe and a detailed body moulding including interior planking detail.
Wagon finished in Shirebrook Colliery red livery.
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A new model of the standard RCH 1923 7 plank open coal wagons produced by Peco featuring the correct 9-feet wheelbase wood underframe and a detailed body moulding including interior planking detail.
Wagon finished in the livery used by Birmingham based coal factors Lunt with the company name contained within a large black diamond on a grey wagon and listing the company depots in Birmingham, London and Manchester.
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A new model of the standard RCH 1923 7 plank open coal wagons produced by Peco featuring the correct 9-feet wheelbase wood underframe and a detailed body moulding including interior planking detail.
Wagon finished in Middleton Colliery red livery.
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Bricks were essential to the construction of the railways, being a convenient, transportable and regularly sized building medium. The London Brick company operated a large fleet of wagons both for the collection of coal for firing their kilns and delivering of the vast numbers of bricks needed for major projects.
This model uses Peco's new super-fine detailing 7 plank open wagon body featuring a finer wall thickness, metal-tyred wheels, fine brake rigging in line with the wheels and some great livery detail.
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A new model of the standard RCH 1923 7 plank open coal wagons produced by Peco featuring the correct 9-feet wheelbase wood underframe and a detailed body moulding including interior planking detail.
Wagon finished in Lothian Coal Company livery lettered for Newbattle colliery.
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Nicely detailed model of Kingsbury Collieries, Tamworth wagon number 700, finished in Kingsbury's unusual green livery

£18.50

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A new model of the standard RCH 1923 7 plank open coal wagons produced by Peco featuring the correct 9-feet wheelbase wood underframe and a detailed body moulding including interior planking detail.
Wagon finished in plain black lettered for the Pinxton Collieries company.
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Model of James Beswick Ltd. of Manchester 7 plank open coal wagon number 996 finished in red livery.
This model uses Peco's new super-fine detailing 7 plank open wagon body featuring a finer wall thickness, metal-tyred wheels, fine brake rigging in line with the wheels and some great livery detail.
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United Dairies 4 wheel bulk milk tank wagon.
The construction of country dairy plants allowed milk to be forwarded to city depots in bulk instead of in small individual churns. These milk tank wagons were built using the base design of the oil tank wagons then in use, though intended to run in faster stopping passenger and parcels trains. The 4 wheel chassis proved unsuited to this and a 6-wheeled design became standard for milk tank wagons.
This model recreates one of the early wagons, some of which could be used on shorter distance deliveries where speeds was less important.
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Express Dairies 4 wheel bulk milk tank wagon.
The construction of country dairy plants allowed milk to be forwarded to city depots in bulk instead of in small individual churns. These milk tank wagons were built using the base design of the oil tank wagons then in use, though intended to run in faster stopping passenger and parcels trains. The 4 wheel chassis proved unsuited to this and a 6-wheeled design became standard for milk tank wagons.
This model recreates one of the early wagons, some of which could be used on shorter distance deliveries where speeds was less important.
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Nicely details model of a cylindrical oil tank wagon in the plain black livery chosen by many heavy-oil suppliers and consumers, with the owners name spelt out along the length of the barrel.

Based at Kilnhurst near Swinton, South Yorkshire, this company produced tar, mainly from the residue left over in gas and coke works. It would have been a messy business! They had a small fleet of tank wagons, including this example No. 597, one of 5 built by Charles Roberts in 1940 and registered by the LMS. Carrying the name in full in chrome yellow on the black tank side, we are sure that these wagons did not stay in this condition for long! As usual, the free running characteristics and fine printing of the livery come as standard on this model.

£15.25

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 6007)
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Nicely detailed model of a cylindrical oil tank wagon in the plain black livery chosen by many heavy oil suppliers and consumers, with the owners name spelt out along the length of the barrel.

£15.25

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 115966)
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To place an order please call 01453 377030
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